Both the XD and XP units are part of Xilica's popular X Series range. 

Recently, the XA line was discontinued, so now these two prefixes represent the full X Series portfolio. X Series products are typically used in live sound applications, basic studio processing environments, or installation settings where standalone DSPs are required alongside basic control options and cost-efficiency. 

For more complex and sophisticated applications, including those requiring networked Dante audio, advanced control surfaces, high channel counts and superior processing blocks, many customers choose to upgrade to the new Solaro series, and the Neutrino and Uno ranges. 

The key differences between XD and XP products are:

(1) XD models include 8x8 AES/EBU digital audio, and FIR filters. The XP series does not include these options.
(2) The XD models are a premium option as part of the X Series, and as such, their power supply, DSP chip and internal components are of a higher quality than those in the more affordable XP range. 

Both products are available through authorised Xilica dealers, and both are manufactured in Xilica's own factory to Canadian-engineered designs. 

Find out more about the XD and XP units at xilica.com. 

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