Turbosound 10000DP 4-Channel Powered Loudspeaker Management System

Turbosound 10000DP 4-Channel Powered Loudspeaker Management System

Turbosound 10000DP 4-Channel Powered Loudspeaker Management System

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  • 4x 2350W at 2 Ohms
  • 4x 2300W at 4 Ohms
  • Class TD Output Stage
  • LoudSmart Load Verification
  • SpeakerSafe Performance Monitoring
  • Universal Regulated Switchmode PSU
  • Power Factor Correction
  • Dante Digital Network
  • Inter-Sample Voltage Peak Limiting
  • Power Average Limiter
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Turbosound 10000DP overview

  • 1Description

The Turbosound 10000DP 4-Channel Powered Loudspeaker Management System is designed for high power professional live sound reinforcement applications. The unit comes in a 2RU chassis and works with the Flashline large format line array integrated loudspeaker system. Each channel is rated to over 2350W at 2 Ohms;, 2300W at 4 Ohms, 1300W at 8 Ohms, or 660W at 16 Ohms. The amplifier can also be bridged to deliver 4600W at 8 Ohms and 4700W at 4 Ohms.

Advanced features include Lake signal processing, Dante networked audio signal distribution, real-time performance monitoring, and accurate load verification. The system utilizes a universal power supply with Power Factor Correction (PFC) that allows for extended bursts of power without sagging power rails or bursts of low frequency beats from affecting high and mid-frequency headroom.

Each amplifier channel can handle a different impedance and depending upon the application, more power can be delivered to the channel(s) that need it while still leaving peak voltage accessible to all channels. A new set of limiter profiles can be used to improve the subjective performance of the system when the need for perceived higher SPL exceeds the allowable actual SPL limitations of a room.

To ensure the show will go on with uninterrupted power delivery to the speakers, the power management system utilizes a proprietary Breaker Emulation Limiter (BEL) to prevent tripping the mains breaker of the venue. Advanced peak limiting circuits keep the output devices below the thermal protection threshold and within acceptable operating tolerances. If the mains voltage begins sagging, Under-Voltage Limiting (UVL) ensures continuous operation, even if the supply drops to as low as 65 V.

The amplifier comes preloaded with optional settings that have been specifically tailored to different Turbosound loudspeakers.

Features advanced Lake signal processing
Enables audio distribution over Ethernet network
Universal Power Supply with Power Factor Correction (PFC)
Allows for extended bursts without sagging rails and extreme low frequency beats without affecting high-frequency or mid-frequency headroom
Differentiable Loads
Allows each channel to drive at a different impedance
Breaker Emulation Limiter (BEL)
Prevents tripping the mains breaker
Peak Limiting
Keeps output devices within operating tolerances and below thermal protection threshold
Under Voltage Limiting
Allows for continuous operation even if the mains supply drops to as low as 65 V
In the Box
Turbosound 10000DP 4-Channel Powered Loudspeaker Management System
  • Power Cord
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
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    Turbosound 10000DP specs

    Number of Inputs 2 channels

    Analog to digital: 2 inputs x 2 link
    Number of Outputs 4
    Peak Output Capacity 10,800 W
    Voltage 153 V peak per channel
    Current 49 A peak
    Connectors 2x XLR-3
    4x XLR-3
    1x Neutrik speakON NLT8
    2x Neutrik speakON NLT4
    2x RJ45 ethercon
    1x Neutrik powerCON 32A
    Power Output Per channel
    2350 W into 2 Ohms
    2300 W into 4 Ohms
    1300 W into 8 Ohms
    660 W into 16 Ohms

    4600 W into 8 Ohms
    4700 W into 4 Ohms
    Frequency Response ±0.5 dB (1 W into 8 Ω): 20 to 20,000 Hz
    THD+N From 20 to 20,000 Hz for 1 W: <0.05%
    At 1,000 Hz and 1 dB below clipping <0.04%

    Sample Rate converter: 0.00003% from 20 to 20,000 Hz unweighted

    Analog to Digital inputs:
    0.00022% typical at 1,000 Hz unweighted at +26 dBu headroom setting
    0.00033% typical at 20 to 20,000 Hz unweighted at +26 dBu headroom setting
    Dynamic Range With Analog Inputs: > 112 dB
    Common Mode Rejection >74 dB from 20 to 20,000 Hz
    Data Path Width 32 bit floating point at 96 kHz
    Propogation Delay Straight path analog server input to amp: 1.61 ms
    AES 96 kHz to analog input: 1.68 ms
    Input Sensitivity +12 or +26 dBu
    Limiter Adjustable Inter-Sample Voltage Peak Limiter (ISVPL): 17.8 to 153 V, step size 0.1
    Current Average Limiter (CAL) > 300 ms: 25 A RMS
    MaxRMS: Yes
    MaxPeak: Yes
    Output Attenuator: -inf to 0 dB, step size 0.25 dB
    Sample Rates 48 and 96 kHz
    Network Latency 0.8, 1.3, 4 ms
    User Interface
    Back Panel I/O Ports AES / EBU / I/O (input+link): 2x 3-pin XLR
    Analog, 2-channel I/O (input+link): 4x 3-pin XLR, electronically balanced
    Output Connectors: Neutrik speakON (1 x NLT8, 2 x NLT4) or 4 Binding Posts (pairs)
    Auto 10/100, Auto Uplink: 2x RJ45 etherCon
    Back Panel Controls Via Ethernet for Lake Controller software, or DLM (the 3rd party protocol)
    Mains Detachable Neutrik PowerCon rated at 250V/32A
    Cooling Two fans, front-rear airflow, temperature controlled speed
    Display 2.5" daylight readable LCD
    Indicators RGB LEDs and detailed fault description on display for fault/warning/limit/clip
    Mute 8 functions provided
    Operating Voltage 140 to 265 V
    70 to 135 V
    Inrush Current Max 5 A
    Power Management Power Average Limiter (PAL)
    Power Factor Correction (PFC)
    Breaker Emulation Limiter (BEL)
    Under Voltage Limiter (UVL)
    Approvals CE
    ANSI/UL 60065 (ETL)
    CSA C22.2 NO. 60065
    Dimensions (W x H x D) 19.0 x 3.46 x 15.2" (483 x 88 x 386 mm)
    Weight 30.0 lb (13.5 kg)

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