Atlas Sound DPA602 602 Networkable Multi-Channel Power Amplifier

Atlas Sound DPA602 602 Networkable Multi-Channel Power Amplifier

Atlas Sound DPA602 602 Networkable Multi-Channel Power Amplifier

B&H # ATDPA602 MFR # DPA602
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Product Highlights

  • 600W into 70V, 100V & 4 Ohms
  • Multi-Channel Operation
  • Network-Based for Remote Monitoring
  • Foreground / Background & User Paging
  • Card Slot for Dante or Additional Inputs
  • On-Board DSP with EQ, Limiter & Filters
  • Multiple Points of Control
  • 1 RU Rackmount Unit
  • PC, iOS & Android Compatible
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Wattage: 600W


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  • 1Description

Designed to power audio signals in presentation scenarios, classrooms, conference rooms, retail situations, and other situations in which background/foreground music is required, the Atlas Sound DPA602 is a 600W multi-channel power amplifier featuring a network-based configuration for remote-web monitoring, as well as on-board DSP. Its four-channel setup can be configured in three different arrangements to meet the needs of any large-scale situation.

The unit is factory-set to operate in a two-channel 70V mode, though it is designed to operate with low-impedance amplification as well; in those cases, you can configure the amplifier to handle loads of 4 or 8 Ohms. Additionally, the DPA602 can be tweaked to simultaneously work in low- and high-impedance situations, allowing you to utilize 70 or 100V channels for background and paging, while dual 4 or 8 Ohm channels carry audio material in the foreground.

While the unit comes with four balanced line inputs, there's also an accessory slot which, if utilized, allows you to either add more analog inputs or route the unit into a Dante system. All inputs can be mixed into any amplifier channel, with each channel featuring an array of DSP tools such as EQs and limiters to tailor the sound for any room. Furthermore, outputs can be controlled through built-in pots or via the on-board GUI, and when networked, proprietary software will allow you to control various aspects of the DPA602, or indeed, any DPA amplifier patched into the network. This unit takes up 1 RU of rack space.

Notable Features
  • 2 x 300W 70V/100V (Factory Default)
  • 4 x 150W at 4 Ohms
  • 1 x 300W 70V/100V & 2 x 150W at 4 Ohms
  • No computer required to operate
  • Networkable
  • Configurable DSP via GUI
  • PC based DPA site manager software with LAN IP auto-discovery, fault reporting, input and output status, standby status and amplifier remote activation via a scheduler timer
  • On-board web browser GUI for remote monitoring of status and levels
  • User page with assignable level control, post contractor settings, password protection
  • Mute assignments triggered via audio signal or contact closure
  • Audio-sense auto power down (APD)
  • DSP parameters per output, parametric EQ, high- and low-cut filters, delay, limiter
  • 4 x balanced inputs, expandable with accessory card
  • Optional accessory card slot for a DPA-DAC4 4-channel Dante receiver or a DPA-AMIX card
  • PC-, iOS- & Android-controllable
  • Assignable level controls, onboard GUI (security password protected) or by front panel pots with tamper deterring covers
  • 4 x GPIO control ports assignable in GUI for mute or remote level
  • Controllable from third-party controllers


UPC: 612079190683
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Atlas Sound DPA602 602 Networkable Multi-Channel Power Amplifier
  • Power Cord
  • Limited 3-Year Warranty
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    Atlas Sound DPA602 specs

    Type 600 W 4-Channel configurable-network digital-commercial power amplifier
    Power Supply Type Switch mode with universal power supply
    Amplifier Class Class AB Hybrid-BASH
    Number of Inputs 4x, fixed, balanced, expandable to 8 via accessory card
    DSP Internal
    Network Ethernet
    Card Slot 1 x for Dante receiver card or DPA-AMIX
    Output Power
    Channels 2 x 300 W at 70.7 V
    2 x 300 W at 100 V
    4 x 150 W at 4 Ohms
    4 x 75 W at 8 Ohms
    1 x 300 W at 100 V + 2 x 150 W at 4 Ohms
    1 x 300 W at 70.7 V + 2x 150 W at 4 Ohms
    Input Impedance 40 kOhms
    Input Sensitivity 750 mV balanced, 0 dBu
    Maximum Input Level 14 dBu, 3.82 V
    Connection Type 3.5 mm Euro Block
    Accessory Slot Cards 4-input Dante digital card (DPA-DAC4) or 4-input analog Mic/Line analog card (DPA-AMIX)
    Front Panel Removable knobs and security cover
    GUI PC (requires Ethernet cable), iPhone, Android, using a standard web browser
    Status Indicators Power: Blue indicator
    Standby (Remote turn on): Blinking blue indicator, front panel only
    Output signal: Green
    LED bar meter: GUI Only
    Output limit / protect: Red
    2-channel operation, 4/8 Ohms: Yellow on channels 1/2 and 3/4
    70V / 100V operation: Yellow on channels 1/2 and 3/4
    Output mute status: Flashing red
    DSP IO routing: Matrix mixer
    Hi- and low- pass filters: One per output, adjustable slopes (6, 12, 18, 24 dB per octave) and frequencies
    EQ: 5 parametric filters per output
    Delay: 60 ms per output
    Limiter: Each output up to 12 dB of assignable limiting
    DSP frequency type: 48 kHz / 24-bit
    Ports & Connectors
    Control Ports 4 x PHX, remote and mute functions, assignable (rear panel)
    1 x RJ45 Ethernet for GUI access (rear panel)
    Output Terminals Output connectors: Type screw terminal barrier strip with cover
    Output connectors number of terminals: 8x
    Output connectors fixed or removable: Fixed
    Wire size: 18 to 10 AWG when using yellow spade lug .250 terminal, 8x included (Class 3 wiring required)
    Terminal spacing: .300" (7.62mm)
    Current rating: 25 A per terminal
    Defaults Amplifier configuration: 2-channel 70 V Mode (channels 1/2 = 70 V, channels 3/4 = 70 V)
    Level controls: front panel assigned, channels 1 and 3 levels active
    GPIO control ports (rear panel): Remote level, C1 assigned to channels 1/2 at 70 V, C3 assigned to channels 3/4 at 70 V
    I/O atrix: Input 1 Routed to Output CH 1/2, Input 3 Routed to Output CH 3/4
    Auto Power Down (APD): Disabled
    THD 0.03% at 1 kHz and 1 dB below rated power
    Signal to Noise Ratio > 100 dB below-rated output, A-weighted
    Frequency Response 20 Hz to 20 kHz (DSP filters set flat)
    Damping Factor 20 Hz to 400 Hz: 78.46
    Crosstalk Channels 1/2 and 2/1: 73 dB
    Peak Output Voltage At 8 Ohms per channel: 36 V
    At 4 Ohms per channel: 7.2 A
    Slew Rate > 6 V/µS
    Protection High/low input voltage, thermal, short, over current
    Power Requirements Operating voltage: 110 V to 120 V & 220 V to 230 V at 50/60 Hz, auto sense
    Minimum power-up voltage: 90 V
    Maximum operating voltage: 264 V
    Mains Power IEC 15A receptacle
    Power Cord Included: 4.9' / 1.5 m, IEC C13 to NEMA 5-15P plug, 18 AWG
    Power Consumption and Current Draw Sleep mode: 94 mA, 3.5 W, 12 BTU
    Standby APD mode: 210 mA, 14 W 48 BTU
    Idle active mode: 473 mA, 38 W, 130 BTU
    Average power at 4 Ohms, all channels driven: 2.2 A, 285 W, 700 BTU
    Average power at 70 V, all channels driven: 2 A, 224 W, 546 BTU
    Maximum power at 4 Ohms, all channels driven: 6.19 A, 718 W, 1085 BTU
    Maximum power at 70 V, all channels driven: 7.4 A, 704 W, 390 BTU
    Cooling System Idle: convection
    In use: Signal-sense variable-speed fan assist
    Air flow direction: rear to front
    Dimensions (W x H x D) 19.0 x 1.7 x 14.5" / 48.3 x 4.4 x 36.8 cm
    Weight 13 lb / 5.9 kg
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    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 24.75 x 18.5 x 3.38"

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