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Loudspeaker Management System from Electro-Voice .

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Electro-Voice has introduced the new Dx46 FIR-Drive Sound System Processor, launching globally at InfoComm 2010.

FIR-Drive
The FIR-Drive system employs Finite Impulse Response filters and processing to provide linear phase performance for sonic clarity and improved pattern control beyond all other DSP and system drive packages, the company says.

A 1RU DSP unit, it offers six channels of 512-tap, complex-phase FIR filters in addition to EV’s state-of-the-art PA Limiter and TEMP Limiter algorithms.

Connectivity
A USB interface offers local connection while an Ethernet interface with an integrated switch is on hand for more advanced connectivity. Five GPI ports provide input for contact closures or other hardware interfaces.

IRIS-Net
The IRIS-Net software control platform allows integration of an EV sound system, including amplifiers, additional external controls and more.

Advanced DSP
Dx46 provides input processing, with graphic EQ, PEQ and delay, and a FIR-Drive-optimized output stage, including crossover, EQ and dynamics. It even provides specialized Array EQ and Array Delay blocks on each output.

Key features
•    2 x 6 FIR-Drive loudspeaker system processor
•    Analog and AES/EBU inputs
•    IRIS-Net control and configuration
•    Ethernet and USB data interfaces
•    Loudspeaker protection package, including PA and TEMP limiters
•    Dedicated array EQ and delay sections for advanced applications
•    -6 dB switchable analog pad inserted before A/D converters on inputs
•    Four separate delay sections
•    Five contact closure inputs
•    60 factory presets
•    30 user presets
•    Edit/Compare mode

For more information, visit www.electrovoice.com.

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