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dbx ZonePRO™ 1260m/1261m

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Digital PA Controller from dbx belonging to the ZonePRO series.

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The new 1260m, 1261m, 640m and 641m join the 1260, 1261, 640 and 641: The new ZonePRO devices share the same total numbers of inputs and outputs as their equivalent siblings but feature additional mic/line inputs.

The 1260m and 1261m have six mic/line inputs and the 640m and 641m have four mic/line inputs. This is designed to increase the number of available microphone inputs further.

Ambient Noise Compensation (ANC) is also introduced on the new ZonePRO Devices. This processing function is designed to allow the level of zone outputs to track the ambient noise level, monitored through a microphone and microphone input. This feature is suited to applications such as retail environments where the volume of the audio system can be matched automatically to the number of shoppers and their associated noise level.

Processing offered on all eight members of the ZonePRO family includes Advanced Feedback Suppression (AFS) and AutoWarmth, a psychoacoustic function designed to maintain full frequency bandwidth even when the signal level has dropped.

Each of the new ZonePRO devices features Ethernet and RS-232 control. ZonePRO Designer provides configuration and control of all ZonePRO devices. The Configuration Wizard within ZonePRO Designer guides users through the step-by-step configuration process.

Additional system control is offered by a range of Zone Controllers and third party control. The Zone Controllers are non-technical control interfaces for functions such as source selection, volume control and preset recall.

Check out www.dbxpro.com for more details.
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