The HDL 6-A is powered by a 1400W peak power digital amplifier, split 200W for the HF and 500W for the LF. A new generation DSP handles all the processing within the cabinet and allows adjustment of HF projection. This setting is accessed by the button on the rear of the cabinets.
MAIN XLR INPUT (BAL/UNBAL). The system accept female XLR input connectors and line level signals from a mixing console or other signal source.
LINK XLR OUTPUT. The output XLR male connector provides a loop trough for speakers daisy chaining.
Controls the volume of the power amplifier. The control ranges from - (maximum attenuation) to the MAX level (maximum output).
POWER INDICATOR. Power on indicator. When the power cord is connected and the power switch is turned on this indicator lights green.
SIGNAL INDICATOR. The signal indicator lights green if there is signal present on the main XLR input.
LIMITER INDICATOR. The amplifier has a built in limiter circuit to prevent clipping of the amplifiers or overdriving the transducers. When the peak clipping circuit is active the LED blinks orange. It is okay if the limit LED blinks occasionally. If the LED blinks frequently or lights continuously, turn down the signal level. The amplifier has a built in RMS limiter. If the RMS limiter is active the LED lights red. The RMS limiter has the purpose to prevent damages the transducers. The speaker shall never be used with the limit indicator red, continuous operation with the RMS protection active can cause damages to the speaker.