The new Russound D1650 D-Series, designed with professionals in mind to simplify installations while maintaining performance. Russound’s R-Series amps have been extremely popular with installers for many years. Now with the introduction of the D-Series the performance has moved up a level and they come with all the benefits of class D amplification, plus they are lighter and take up less room, making them an even more obvious choice for the installer.
The feature-rich design of the D1650 is ideal for the demands of distributed audio systems and is also compatible with our Russound volume controls. The D1650’s 16 channels are arranged in stereo pairs to provide discreet amplification and custom configurations for each of 8 zones.It is possible to bridge the D1650 to provide 8 mono channels with 160watts. Bridging is independent for each channel, enabling a mixture of 160 watt and 50 watt channels – ideal for Dolby Atmos installations where seven high power channels and two lower powered channels may be required.
The D-Series amplifiers all have the same legendary Russound sound quality and installer-friendly features customers have come to expect. Ultra-low distortion output (relatively unheard of in other multi-zone amplifiers) allows for clean, undistorted audio even at high listening volumes. A robust protection circuit provides efficient, safe and reliable operation under extreme conditions and protects each amplifier output channel.
The D-Series amps are even up to the rigorous demands of home theater applications, easily transforming into a powerful 160 watt X 8 channel monster (in bridged mode). You can also choose to individually un-bridge pairs for lower power applications such as Dolby Atmos or surround speakers. As an example you could run a Dolby Atmos 7.1.2 system at 7 channels @ 160W and 2 channels @ 50W. That’s Russound versatility!
Say “no” to the hum
Advanced triggering options allow the amps to operate on demand. Apart from the obvious energy efficiency, there is no amplifier hum on your speakers when the system isn’t in use.