IPX Series amplifiers now shipping with new IRIS-Net software release
Presented to the market earlier this year and immediately recognized as the new standard for amplifiers in fixed installations, Dynacord’s IPX multi-channel DSP amplifiers are now shipping. Incorporating Dante and OCA (AES70) audio networking technology, the amplifiers are accompanied by the feature-packed 4.0 release of IRIS-Net software for system configuration, remote control and supervision as well as the ability to create customized graphical user interfaces with individual user access permissions.
Engineered and made in Germany, the IPX Series comprises three 4-channel and one 8-channel amplifier model, offering a power density of 5 kW, 10 kW and even 20 kW from a single amplifier with all channels driven. Designed from the ground up for outstanding audio performance, integration flexibility and reliability, IPX Series amplifiers cover a wide range of demanding sound system installations from concert halls, art centres, theatres and houses of worship to distributed systems in stadiums and entertainment facilities. IPX series amplifiers feature eight Dante audio inputs in addition to their analog inputs. In combination with native network redundancy and configurable input fail-over and fallback configuration, this feature represents a new level of system redundancy.
The full potential of the DSP-controlled amplifiers is unleashed with the IRIS-Net 4.0 software. It facilitates the creation of fully customizable graphical user interfaces with user access privileges for different user levels – an important feature to control even the most complex sound systems. IRIS-Net is already used globally in thousands of audio installations and systems for the configuration, remote control and supervision of complete audio systems made up of multiple devices, all from a single user interface. Combining pro sound and public address functions into a common system, IRIS Net supports Ethernet, CobraNet, CAN bus and USB as well as OMNEO, Dante and AES70 (OCA). IRIS-Net applications range from live sound systems to complex stadium installs, cruise ships and houses of worship.