TruAudio Ships Whole-House Amplifier
The DA-1260 boasts enough power to rock the house, and then some.
The DA-1260’s feature set includes individual input sensitivity controls and a global sensitivity input.
February 12, 2008 by Rachel Cericola

Don’t just rock the house; invite the entire neighborhood to the party. TruAudio just announced that they are now shipping the DA-1260 amplifier, designed to take your favorite music on a wild ride through any part of your whole-house system.

This 12-channel, six-zone amp uses analog and digital technology, meaning it can handle almost any type of audio. The specs include 60 watts per channel at 8 ohms and 90 watts at 4 ohms and a frequency response of 20- 20kHz (+/-1dB),

Sensitivity controls allow for customization on each zone, as well as protection—via multiple protection circuits and special transformers that reduce heat buildup.

Other features include a 12-volt trigger, global inputs, pass-through inputs and bridging options. Everything is packed into a rack-worthy unit that measures 4 x 17 x 13 inches.

The DA-1260 is available now for $1,800.

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