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User manual for Ashly nXp1.52 Network Power Amplifier NXP1.52

Ashly  nXp1.52 Network Power Amplifier NXP1.52
  • Manufacturer: Ashly
  • Basic description and contents of package
  • Product classification: Pro Audio - Installation Sound - 70-Volt Amplifiers
  • Safety instructions
  • Startup and operation of the 70-volt amplifiers
  • Tips for setting up your Ashly
  • Settings and expert assistance
  • Contact Ashly service
  • Troubleshooting
  • Warranty information
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User manual for the Ashly nXp1.52 Network Power Amplifier NXP1.52

The user manual for the Ashly nXp1.52 Network Power Amplifier NXP1.52 provides necessary instructions for the proper use of the product Pro Audio - Installation Sound - 70-Volt Amplifiers.

The nXp1.52 Network Power Amplifier from Ashly Audio is the networkable version of the nX amplifier. It comes with Ethernet control, serial data control, aux preamp outputs, instant standby mode, preset recall, fault condition logic outputs, and optional network audio and digital audio capability. All these are controlled using Ashly Audio's Protea software suite. This amplifier is designed to meet the most demanding live sound and fixed installation sound systems in stadiums, arenas, performance venues, worship spaces, and convention centers.
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Additional parameters of the Ashly nXp1.52 Network Power Amplifier NXP1.52:
General
Voltage Gain Selectable at 26 dB, 32 dB, 38 dB, or 1.4 V

0 dBu = 0.775 VRMS

Damping Factor >250 (8 Ω load <1 kHz)
Filter Input High Pass Filter: 80 Hz 2nd order
Distortion <0.5% SMPTE, typical
<0.5% THD-N, typical (8 Ω, 10 dB below rated power, 20 Hz to 20 kHz)
Channel Separation -75 dB (dB from full output, 1 kHz)
Signal / Noise 20 Hz to 20 kHz, un-weighted
>114 dB (all 3.0x models)
Frequency Response 20 Hz to 20 kHz, ±0.05 dB
Connector Balanced Input Connector: Euroblock 3.5 mm, 1/4" TRS and XLR combo jack
Input Impedance 10 kΩ
Maximum Input Level +21 dBu
Speaker Output Connector: Neutrik & speakON
Network Control Network: Compatible with standard 100 MB Ethernet
AUX Outputs Connector: Balanced Euroblock 3.5 mm
Maximum Output: 21 dBu
Contact Closure Remote Standby: Euroblock 3.5 mm, close contact to GND for standby mode
Preset Recall: Euroblock 3.5 mm, close contact to GND for preset 1-4 recall
Data Data Connection: Euroblock 3.5 mm - Gnd, +18 V, In, Out
Level Control Remote DC: Euroblock 3.5 mm - Gnd, CV, V+ per input
Attenuation Front panel, software, offset link group, and remote per channel
fully off = mute
Amplifier Amplifier Protection: Inrush current limitation, temperature monitoring, output over-power protection, mains fuses
Cooling Continuously variable temperature controlled axial fan(s)
Environmental Non-condensing 32 to 113ºF (0 to 45ºC)
Power Requirements
Power At 50 Hz
Nominal (Automatic Sensing SMPS): 120 VAC
Operating Range: 70 to 135 VAC
Minimum Power-Up: 85 VAC

At 60 Hz
Nominal (Automatic Sensing SMPS): 240 VAC
Operating Range: 140 to 270 VAC
Minimum Power-Up: 170 VAC
Connector Power Cable Connector: 20 A powerCON
Output For Maximum Output Power Per Channel, EIAJ Test Standard, 1 kHz, 20 Hz to 20 kHz, 1% THD & Low Z Output:

2 Ω: 1,500 W
4 Ω: 1,500 W
8 Ω: 1,250 W

For Low Z output, Bridge Mode, 20 Hz to 20 kHz & 1% THD:
4 Ω: 3,000 W

For Output Per Channel:
70 V: 1,500 W
100 V: 1,250 W

All Channels Driven

Power Draw Sleep Mode: < 1 W
Standby Mode: 40 W
Idle (No Signal): 55 W

All Channels Driven

Current Draw For 120 VAC
Sleep Mode: 0.1 A
Standby Mode: 0.70 A
Idle (No Signal): 1.00 A

For 240 VAC
Sleep Mode: 0.05 A
Standby Mode: 0.35 A
Idle (No Signal): 0.05 A
 

Maximum for all Channels Driven:
 

For 120 VAC
Typical: 8.0 A
 

For 240 VAC
Typical: 4.0 A

Dissipation Thermal Dissipation: <br> Sleep Mode: <3.4 BTU/hr <br>
Standby Mode: 136 BTU/hr<br>

Idle (no signal): 187 BTU/hr<br>

Typical (1 / 8 Max Power): 850 BTU/hr

All Channels Driven

LED Indicators Front Panel LED Indicators: White LED:
Power Switch: On, off, standby (flashing)

Red LED:
Clip / Mute Per Channel: Clip @ 1 dB below full output / mute
Protect: On, Off

Green LED:
Signal Per Channel: -18 dBu
Bridge Per Channel Pair: On, off
Com: On, for Ethernet data or device ID
Current Per Channel: Proportional to output

Yellow LED:
Temperature Per Channel: On dim at 90% max operating temperature, full bright + protect at 100%
Sleep: On, amplifier is asleep from audio inactivity
Disable: On, power switch & front panel attenuators are disabled
Processor
Input Source Protēa DSP
Options: Analog, auto (net, AES3, analog) Note: All DSP functions can be linked to 1 of 16 link groups
Limiter Brick Wall Limiter: Threshold: -20 to 20 dBu
Ratio: Infinite
Attack: 0.2 to 50 ms/dB
Release: 5 to 1000 ms/dB
Control Advanced Gate Controls: Key Engage Enable: Yes
Key Frequency: 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Key Bandwidth: 0.016 to 3.995 octave
Gain Gain (with / without VCA): -50 to 12 dB, off, polarity invert
Digital VCA Groups: 4 available
Remote RD8C Gain: Enable per channel, 0 dB to -∞
WR-5 (neWR-5) Remote Gain: 0 to -50 dB, mute
EQ Type For 31-Band
Filter Type: Constant Q or proportional
Bandwidth: 0.499 octave to 0.25 octave

For Parametric 2,4,6, or 10 Band
Frequency: 20 to 20 kHz
Level: -30 to 15 dB
Q Value: 0.016 to 3.995 octave
For Hi / Low Shelf 6 / 12 dB/octave
Frequency: 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Level: -15 to 15 dB

For All Pass
Frequency: 20 Hz to 20 kHz

For Variable Q HP / LP
Frequency: 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Q Value: 3.047 to 0.267

For Notch / Bandpass
Frequency: 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Q Value: 92.436 to 0.267
Crossover 2 Way, 3 Way, 4 Way Crossover & High Pass / Low Pass Filters
Bessel & Butterworth Filters: 12 / 18 / 24 / 48 dB/octave
Linkwitz-Riley Filter: 12 / 24 / 48 dB / octave
Frequency: Off, 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Delay Sampling Rate: At 48kHz (Input Time, Distance & Temperature)
Speaker Delay: 0 to 21 ms
Delay: 0 to 682 ms At 96 kHz (Input Time, Distance & Temperature)
Speaker Delay: 0 to 10.6 ms
Delay: 0 to 341 ms
Audio Metering Range: -60 to 20 dBu
Increments: 1 dB
Peak Hold Indicator: Yes
Signal Generator Pink Noise, White Noise, Sine Wave
Signal Level: Off, -50 to 20 dBu
Sine Wave Frequency: 20 Hz to12 kHz
Processor Input A/D, Output D/A: 24 bit
DSP Processors: 32-bit floating point
Sample Rates: 48 kHz, 96 kHz
Propagation Delay @ 48 kHz: 1.42 ms
Propagation Delay @ 96 kHz: 0.71 ms
Mixer Gain (0.5 dB Increments): Off, -50 to 12dB
Mute: Per channel
Auto-mixer Enabled: Per channel
Global Auto-mixer Response: 0.01 to 2 sec
Enable Ducking at Mixer: Yes
Ducking LED: Per channel if enabled Metering: Level, auto-mixer level
Filters Number: 12 In/Out per filter: Yes
Lock per filter and global lock: Yes
Filter Modes: Float, Restricted, Manual
Filter Type: Notch, Parametric
Filter Frequency Range: 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Notch Filter: -∞
Parametric Filter: 15 dB to -30 dB
Filter Bandwidth: 0.016 to 3.995 octave
Detector Sensitivity: 5 levels
Float Time: 5 minutes to 24 hours

Only available with 48 kHz sampling rate

Compressor
Threshold -20 to 20 dBu
Ratio 1.2:1 to infinite
Attack 0.2 to 50 ms
Release 5 to 1000 ms/dB
Detectors Peak / average
Attenuation 2 available
Metering In, out, attenuation, graphical
Controls
Level Target Level: -40 to 20 dBu
Action Type Gentle, normal, aggressive, user defined
Maximum Gain 0 to 22 dB
Metering Input, gain, attenuation
Ratio 1.2:1 to 10:1
Threshold -30 to 0 dB
Gain 5 to 1000 ms/dB
Hold 0 to 6 seconds
Noise Characteristics
Gain Maximum: -20 to 20 dB
Minimum Base: -40 to 20 dB
Gain Adjustment Range 0.2 to 20 s/dB
Groups Link Groups: 16 available
Input Channels ANC: 1 to 2 or 1 to 4
Threshold Range Noise: -40 to 20 dBu
Ratio Program/Ambient Gain: 0.3:1 to 3:1
Metering Input level, attenuation, average noise
Ducking Trigger Threshold: -80 to 20 dBu
Ducking Release: 5 to 1000 ms/dB
Ducking Depth: 0 to -30 dB, -∞
Enable Ducking at Matrix Mixer: Yes
Metering: Input
Gate
Threshold -80 to 20 dBu
Range Off, 100 to 0 dB
Attack 0.2 to 50 ms/dB
Release 5 to 1000 ms/dB
Metering Key signal, gate LED, graphical
Dimensions (W x H x D) 19.0 x 3.5 x 16.8" (482.6 x 89.0 x 426.7 mm)
Weight < 28.0 lb (12.7 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight 26.0 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 19.0 x 16.0 x 4.0"
The user manual for the Ashly nXp1.52 Network Power Amplifier NXP1.52 can be downloaded in .pdf format if it did not come with your new 70-volt amplifiers, although the seller is required to supply one. It is also quite common that customers throw out the user manual with the box, or put the CD away somewhere and then can’t find it. That’s why we and other Ashly users keep a unique electronic library for Ashly 70-volt amplifierss, where you can use our link to download the user manual for the Ashly nXp1.52 Network Power Amplifier NXP1.52.

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