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Peavey has announce its Sanctuary range has obtained the necessary CE approvals in order to make its European debut at ProLight & Sound/Musikmesse 2009.


Sanctuary Series is a range of products aimed specifically at the worship market, although Peavey say it would be suited to a wide variety of fixed installations with a live sound element. The range includes amplifiers, mixers with automatic mixing and feedback elimination, microphones for all applications and loudspeakers available in white and black and finish to blend into any décor.

Mixers:
Sanctuary Series mixers are available in a number of formats and are dedicated to making pro audio easy and cost-effective for non-professional operators, according to Peavey. For example, the Automix technology is an automatic mixing function designed to turn down unused channels to give dominance to the main microphone, minimising unwanted noise.

Models include the S-32 32-channel mixer, the S-14 12-channel mixer and the S-4 4-channel rack-mount mixer, which may be used either as a stand-alone or plug-in device.

Enclosures:
The SSE is a new series of enclosures featuring high power ratings with custom components, a "sleek" look and a metal grille. Products include the SSE 10 which is a 2-way lightweight speaker system featuring a 10” woofer for music and the spoken word, and the smaller SSE 6 with a 6.5” woofer, designed for speech reinforcement. Also in this series is the SSE UB2, a low-profile quarter-spherical coverage array designed to provide mid/high frequency coverage. Finally, the SSE LA compound-radius, curved 60° V x 120° H line array enclosure is designed to provide a controlled and contoured vertical coverage pattern.

Amplifiers:
The SA-4200 power amp has four channels rated at 200 Watts each into 4 Ohms or 70 Volts (selectable in two-channel pairs) and also features built-in automatic delay.

For more info on those products and more, visit www.peavey.com.
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