New BSS digital PA processor
The BSS Soundweb London digital PA processors now features the BLU-50 four-channel unit.
The BSS Soundweb London BLU-50 is a semi-rack wide unit that offers a fixed configuration of four inputs and four outputs and includes a 12V DC power supply (12-48V DC available via the included connector), but it can also be powered via Ethernet (PoE+), which allows for a complete management of the device via the network with a single CAT 5e cable.
You can adjust, for each input, the gain up to +48dB with 6dB steps and enable the phantom power via the upcoming new versions of the HiQnet London Architect v6 or HiQnet Audio Architect v1.4.
The BLU-50 also features the BLU Link, a 48-channel digital audio buss that uses a CAT 5e cable to connect compatible devices over a 100m distance with low-latency, or up to 10km via optic fiber.
Last, the BLU-50, just like the other Soundweb London processors, offers 12 Control inputs, 6 Logic outputs and a, RS-232 port for integration with other compatible devices.
More info at www.bss.co.uk.
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