The XD88 Extreme Drive is designed to provide controls for loudspeaker and EQ management.
Eight analog inputs and outputs and a flexible matrix routing allow any of the inputs to be sent to any of the outputs, plus any multi-channel combination, according to Carvin.
As a primary loudspeaker management system, the XD88 can control systems from 8 mono full-range channels to stereo 4-way and everything in between. The XD88 features 30 band graphic equalizers on each input with 60 instant access buttons for up/down of each fader band. Each output has 4 parametric EQ’s, high and low crossover filters, limiters, speaker delays up to 456ms (500 feet) on each output, and a RTA real time analyzer with a pink noise generator.
The XD88 provides a 64×240 graphic display, or for remote setting, use the easy to use USB PC interface – go to carvin.com/XD88 for the online demonstration. The memory capacity has enough storage to contain up to sixteen complete 8×8 configurations, and unlimited configurations can be stored on your PC, allowing you to keep settings for multiple loudspeakers, multi-room installs and line-arrays, according to Carvin.
Processing is said to offer extremely low latency, low noise with full 20–20Khz bandwidth from premium 24 BIT AD and DA converters.
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