Dayton Audio Offers Easy Wireless Audio with New DTA-2.1BT 100W Class D 2.1 Amplifier with Bluetooth

December 24 2018, 00:05
Knowing that many homes still have excellent passive speakers which users would like to connect to their new wireless and multiroom systems, Dayton Audio just introduced the new DTA-2.1BT amplifier, a compact and lightweight Class D design that is perfect for the task. The DTA-2.1BT is able to adequately power most speakers, and also a passive subwoofer, allowing users to create an inexpensive and high-performance 2.1 set up for any office, bedroom, or small home theater. For just $99.00, it offers Bluetooth, RCA, and 3.5 mm inputs.

Improving on the design of the popular Dayton Audio DTA-2.1BT, version 2 also gives the user the ability to adjust the sub crossover frequency via a front panel control. This amplifier delivers 2 x 50W of power, which is more than enough for most bookshelf speakers, while also providing 100Ws for a passive subwoofer. Using efficient Class D topology, based on a highly efficient Texas Instruments TPA3116 amplifier chip, the DTA-2.1BT2 can produce exceptional output power in a small form factor. The amplifier accepts three of the most popular audio inputs including 3.5mm, stereo RCA, and the wireless convenience of Bluetooth.

The black aluminum, aesthetically pleasing enclosure front panel controls provides the ability to adjust crossover frequency, sub volume, master volume, and tonal control.
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