iD4 captures all the key elements of CAMCO’s advanced amplifier designs and marries it perfectly with powerful on-board 64 bit digital processing to produce an advanced power amplifier/DSP management system suitable for all professional applications.
Featuring; two analogue inputs, two AES/EBU inputs, two outputs, ten PEQ bands per input / output, a frequency range from 20Hz to 40kHz, rugged analogue input stage dealing with input voltages up to +23dBu, excellent dynamic range of 120dB, highest quality converters, all come together forming part of iD4’s extensive feature set and resulting sonic purity.
The amplifier section provides 1900 Watts per channel at 4 Ohms, 1500 Watts per channel at 2 Ohms and 3800 Watts BTL, CAMCO latest SMPS, high value protection system, intuitive control set & rotary encoder control access to all parameters and functions, navigation is straightforward and clear.
Along with rugged construction and fine styling, shear quality of results from all departments and ease of use have been created to meet the highest of engineering requirements. iD4 power/management for pro speaker / speaker system.
The DSP section features 96 kHz sample rate and high quality converters with dynamic range of 117 dB for the analog inputs and 120 dB on the outputs, for optimal sonic purity.
For each input and output you can set up 10 parametric filters, limiters and delay, making the iD4 fully configurable for any speaker system.
Special features include multiband compressor for surgical processing of your music and grouping functionality for controlling multiple systems simultaneously.
Up to 100 presets can be stored for instant recall from the front panel of the iD4.
Easy to use and easy to configure systems set-ups, the software includes all the control functions that good audio engineers require, it is presented graphically to make it straightforward and intuitive to use.
The functions include grouping, clear graphical editing of parametric EQ’s, saving of PEQ graphs as images, exporting presets as text files, delay can be measured in metres, millimetres, feet, inches, seconds and milliseconds.