Ref No: PN000222

d&b D12 Amplifier

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Item Description

d&b D12 Amplifier

The d&b D12 Amplifier is a dual-channel amplifier that works to deliver clear and crisp sound through your chosen speakers by increasing signal strength. Suitable for both mobile and installation environment, it delivers medium power into low impedance loads between 4-16 ohms.

The D12 contains configurations for d&b loudspeakers and a linear mode. The signal delay capability enables user-definable settings of up to 340 msec to be applied independently to each channel. This is the same for the 4-band parametric equaliser which provides optional boost and cut, or notch filtering.

Configuring the amplifier is simple through the LCD Display, as well as the in-built digital rotary encoder. Class D Amplifiers within the D6 utilise an auto-sensing switch-mode power supply with active Power Factor Correction (PFC). This makes this amplifier suitable for mains voltages whilst maintaining a stable and increased output when used with weak or unstable mains supplies.

When the D12 is fitted with EP5 connectors and appropriate 5 wire cabling, d&b SenseDrive can be used, resulting in an extremely precise bass performance even at high levels. The amplifier includes NL4 and NL8 loudspeaker output connectors as well as RJ-45 connectors. These connectors allow access to the remote network via CAN-Bus.

Key Features:

  • 4-band parametric equaliser
  • Signal delay capability up to 340 msec (=100 m/328.1 ft)
  • LCD Display
  • Digital Rotary Encoder
  • Power Factor Correction (suitable for mains voltages: 120 V/230 V, 50 – 60 Hz (optional 100/200V)
  • d&b SenseDrive for accurate control of LF drivers in d&b loudspeakers (drive in 2-Way Active mode or d&b subwoofers)
  • NL4 and NL8 loudspeaker output connectors
  • d&b load monitoring for automatic and continuous impedance monitoring


A small but powerful amplifier, this piece of kit successfully increase the power of your signals with ease. To see our full range of amplifiers, click here.