Like its DD-8 predecessor, the new DD-8+ is an eight-channel, 125wpc amp that uses the company’s DriveCore technology, but it adds several new features including four new stereo digital audio inputs with a built-in hi-res DAC, preamp and DSP audio management features, and the ability to configure and control the amp from major web browsers and third-party IP control systems.


  • Multi-Channel Network Amplifier for all Distributed Audio and Home Theatre Applications
  • Patented DriveCore™ 8 x 125 W, 8 ohms, all channels driven from IU rack space (rack ears included)
  • 10 analogue (5 stereo) and 4 stereo digital inputs
  • Assign any and all input sources to any or all outputs
  • 5V – 15V DC trigger input/output and signal-sensing channel inputs
  • 24-bit/192kHz High-Resolution ESS Sabre32, 32-bit Hyperstream DAC
  • Independent channel output level, bass, treble, variable HP and LP filters
  • Built-in DSP, control via Ethernet
  • Ten-band parametric equalizer with pink noise generator
  • Compatible with IP control/automation systems by Crestron, AMX, Control4 and Savant
  • Output limiter per output channel
  • High-efficiency, quiet convection-cooled design: flatstack up to 5 units together
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 5.4cm (w/ feet) / 4.5cm (w/out feet) x 43.8cm x 37.8cm