Eminence Speaker LLC is proud to introduce the D-fend™ SA300, a fully programmable stand-alone unit designed to protect passive loudspeakers from excessive power conditions.

Eminence, KY (April 4, 2013) -- Eminence Speaker LLC is proud to introduce the D-fend SA300, a fully programmable stand-alone unit designed to protect passive loudspeakers from excessive power conditions. A patent-pending technology, D-fend allows maximum driver performance while ensuring damage-free operation

With D-fend there are no more worries about blown speakers, HF drivers or crossovers. Or even worse: fire caused by excessive heat. Not only does D-fend keep your system safe, but your venue and audience as well. The user simply sets the thresholds and D-fend monitors and limits the amount of input power it passes through to the loudspeaker. It’s USB compatible, and can be programmed to your specifications from a desktop or laptop. Operating from a standard speaker-level signal, the D-fend SA300 requires no auxiliary power unless being used in lowpower applications.

D-fend loudspeaker protection is ideal for system installers, PA gear rental companies, OEM manufacturers, and any end-users who own passive loudspeakers.

“The D-fend SA300 is a truly unique and versatile product”, says Josh Martin, Technology Sales Manager at Eminence. “The on-board microprocessor allows you to customize attack, release, and threshold settings in order to maximize loudspeaker performance while keeping it safe; an achievement unseen within the audio industry. Whether you’re an installer or a rental company, you can have peace of mind someone isn’t accidentally destroying your investment and reputation.”

The D-fend™ SA300 is available to resellers through Eminence’s dealer and distributor network, and is also available direct to the consumer through d-fend.net.

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