CODA Audio Introduces New LINUS12C Amplifier/DSP

by | Audio, Gear, News, Production

CODA Audio has announced the new LINUS12C, an amplifier (four channels, 3,000 watts each) accompanied by DSP and networking in a 19-inch/2U package that utilizes technology from the company’s flagship LINUS14 model and is designed for both touring and installation applications.

Its class D-IC output stage topology is designed to deliver a high degree of sonic accuracy with ample headroom to enhance system performance in terms of dynamics and transparency. A LINUS CORE SHARC floating-point DSP processor provides the processing power to enable the integration of sophisticated audio algorithms. The signal processing includes IIR and phase linear DS-FIR filters for exceptional linearity and sound performance, as well as look-ahead and frequency dependent limiters for increased system headroom and sonic fidelity under heavy use conditions.

“Our R&D team deserves huge credit for bringing LINUS12C to the table during very challenging times,” states CODA Audio global director of marketing David Webster. “We’re determined to remain ahead of the game to ensure that our customers always have exactly what they need, when they need it. The LINUS12C is a significant development within our range that caters for a very broad spectrum of applications, and maintains the very highest standards of quality you’d expect from CODA Audio.”

The latest version of Linus Control (v2.2.33) is available for download here and contains the implementation of the new LINUS12C.

CODA Audio

Sign Up for Connections, the Worship Facility Newsletter!

NEW THIS WEEK

Learning Series: The Challenge of Historic Churches

REGISTER AND DOWNLOAD NOW Every house of worship is as unique as the community it's in and the members who attend it. Part of that uniqueness is the challenges presented by the building itself, and none more so than in historic buildings, which were typically designed...

Preventive Maintenance Best Practices

Production lighting needs preventive maintenance to perform at its best. Like anything of value, production lighting requires some tech crew maintenance time if you want it to perform at its best––and for a long time. Much of what’s involved in the maintenance of the...