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New Architectural Acoustics Digitool Models

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Architectural Acoustics by Peavey Digitool (2011)
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Architectural Acoustics by Peavey debuts three new models of the venerable Peavey Architectural Acoustics Digitool multiprocessor series.

The Digitool is now available in the following models: the MX16, featuring eight inputs and eight outputs; the MX32, featuring 16 inputs and 16 outputs; and the LIVE, featuring eight balanced XLR inputs and outputs for live-sound FOH applications.
These new Digitool processors are said to feature an updated, more powerful DSP engine, full-color LCD screen, enhanced front-panel navigation, individual input and output mutes, and five-segment LED arrays for input and output signal monitoring. In addition, there is a USB port on the front for programming and an Ethernet port on the back for either programming or connecting to a network. On the back panel, there are eight control voltage ports and two RS-485 ports, designed to allow for more external control than the original Digitool MX.  All three models include a global, 100-240V power supply.
Updated Digitool features include:
  • Improved dynamic range
  • Improved mic/line input circuitry
  • Enhanced navigation for ease of use
  • Full-color LCD display
  • Individual front-panel mute for each input and output
  • Five-segment LED meters for each input and output
  • USB port for external programming and firmware updating
  • Rear-panel Ethernet port for network, programming and control
  • Eight control voltage ports
  • AES input
  • 3.81 mm Euro connectors (XLR for the Digitool Live)
  • Upgraded and more powerful DSP processing
  • Enhanced security system
  • New graphical user interface featuring MediaMatrix N-Ware
For more information, visit www.peavey.com.
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