The dbx DriveRack PA2 is a loudspeaker management signal prcessor designed to provide processing between your mixer and amplifiers to optimize and protect your loudspeakers.
What's new with the DriveRack PA2?
With the latest advancements in dbx’s proprietary AutoEQ™ and AFS™ algorithms, a new input delay module for delaying the FOH system to the backline, Ethernet control via an Android®, iOS®, Mac®, or Windows® device, and updated Wizards, the DriveRack PA2 continues the DriveRack legacy of great-sounding, powerful, and affordable loudspeaker management processors, for a whole new generation.
New, improved AutoEQ algorithm ensures an extremely accurate, fast, and non-intrusive automatic EQ experience.
With the RTA Mic (sold separately) “listening” to your room, the new, updated DriveRack PA2 AutoEQ algorithm sets speaker levels and room EQ automatically in a matter of seconds. This means room adjustments can now be made very quickly, without subjecting the audience to annoying, lengthy broadcasts of pink noise.
Enhanced AFS™ algorithm for faster, more precise feedback elimination, without adversely affecting your system’s tone.
Nothing turns audiences away like annoying and potentially painful audio feedback. Fortunately, dbx engineers have revisited their already-stellar Advanced Feedback Suppression algorithm and made it work even better. The DriveRack PA2 listens for and anticipates feedback and adjusts speaker output automatically before it even has a chance, while never altering your sound.
Updated Wizards make initial set up easy, while ensuring speaker tunings and other settings are up-to-date.
Wizard functions on the DriveRack PA2 guide you through easy, step-by-step processes to help you get the most from your loudspeaker system. Helps you easily configure level balancing, AutoEQ, Advanced Feedback Suppression, and provides access to built-in and constantly updating speaker tunings from most major speaker manufacturers.
|Input||(2) line inputs. (1) RTA Mic input|
|Input Connectors||(2) Female XLR line inputs. (1) Female XLR RTA Mic input|
|Input Type||Electronically balanced/RF filtered|
|Input Impedance||>50 kohm|
|A/D Converter||dbx Type IV™ Conversion System|
|Mic Preamp Phantom Power||+15VDC (RTA)|
|Mic Preamp Equivalent Input Noise (EIN)||< -117dB, 22Hz-22kHz, 150 ohm (RTA)|
|Output||(6) Line Outputs|
|Output Connectors||Male XLR|
|Output Type||Electronically balanced, RF filtered|
|Output Impedance||120 Ω|
|A/D Dynamic Range||112 dB A-weighted, 110 dB unweighted|
|Type IV Dynamic Range||123 dB with transient material, A-weighted, 22kHz BW; 121 dB with transient material, unweighted, 22kHz BW; 115 dB typical with program material, A-weighted, 22kHz BW|
|Alignment Delay||10ms per channel (60ms total)|
|Dynamic Range||>110 dB A-weighted, >107dB unweighted|
|THD+Noise||0.003% typical at +4dBu, 1kHz, 0dB input gain|
|Frequency Response||20Hz – 20kHz, +/- 0.5dB|
|Interchannel Crosstalk||< -110 dB, -120dB typical (input-to-output: < -100 dB)|
|Operating Voltage||100-120VAC 50/60 Hz - EU: 220-240 VAC 50/60 Hz|
|Power Consumption||22 W|
|Unit Weight||5.25 lbs. (2.4 kg)|
|Shipping Weight||6.75 lbs. (3.1 kg)|
|Dimensions||1.75” (H) x 5.75” (D) x 19” (W), 4.4cm (H) x 14.6cm (D) x 48.26cm (W)|
|D/A Dynamic Range||112 dB A-weighted, 110dB unweighted|