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Architectural Acoustics by Peavey will debut new products at InfoComm 2010, including three redesigned and reengineered models of the Peavey AA Digitool Multiprocessor.

The MX16, featuring 8 inputs and 8 outputs; the MX32, featuring 16 inputs and 16 outputs; and the LIVE, featuring 8 balanced XLR inputs and outputs for live sound FOH applications.

The company says these new Digitools will feature an updated, more powerful DSP engine, full color LCD screen, enhanced front panel navigation, individual input and output mutes, and 5 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 8 control voltage ports and 2 RS 485 ports, allowing for more external control than the original Digitool MX. All three include a global 100–240V power supply.

Updated features include:
  • Improved dynamic range
  • Improved mic/line input circuitry
  • Enhanced navigation
  • Full-color LCD display
  • Individual front panel mute for each input and output
  • 5 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
  • 8 control voltage ports
  • AES input
  • 3.81 mm euro connectors (XLR for the Live)
  • Upgraded and more powerful DSP processing
  • Enhanced security system
  • New graphical user interface featuring Media Matrix N-Ware

For more details, check out aa.peavey.com/signalprocessors/digitoolmx.cfm.
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