SURROUND AMPLIFIED PROCESSOR
RAP-1580MKII is the ideal home theatre solution delivering uncompromised performance packaged in a size efficient chassis that rivals many separates theatre component installations. It is an ultra-high-performance multichannel-integrated amplifier supporting DTS:X and Dolby Atmos 7.1.4 surround processing bringing music and movies to life with stunning clarity. The amplifier section is built upon a powerful Class AB design driving all 7 channels simultaneously at 140 watts per channel into 4 ohm speakers loads, anchored by a massive Rotel factory-made toroidal transformer.
RAP-1580MKII utilizes an array of 6 high performance Wolfson 24-bit/192kHz Digital-to-Analog Converters. These low noise, audiophile quality DACs are supported with premium-grade audio components in circuits tuned by Rotel’s acoustic engineering team in the U.K.
Dirac Live LE and a USB microphone are included providing unrivaled room correction and system calibration. Dirac delivers improved staging, better clarity and deeper, tighter bass ensuring the RAP-1580MKII delivers optimal performance in any setting.
The front HDMI input and all 7 rear HDMI inputs support HDMI 2.0b 4K video with HDCP 2.2 supported on 3 of these inputs and both 4K/HDR video outputs. The seven-inch front panel graphic display provides easy adjustments of all configuration parameters directly on the unit ideal for set-ups where the equipment is installed in a remote location.
The RAP-1580MKII supports a vast array of audio sources including 3 analog, 6 digital, PC-USB (24b/192k), apt-X Bluetooth, XLR, Moving Magnet Phono Stage, multi-input and front panel iOS USB. The unit also includes 12V trigger controls, IR remote input and outputs, RS232 and Ethernet connections for effortless integration with all popular control systems.
Rotel's RAP-1580MKII is simple to operate, powerful, flexible and refined. It is a state-of-the-art single chassis audio/video processor including best-in-class Dirac Room Correction that outperforms most component systems. In stereo or surround sound, this is a serious audio component.