[Musikmesse] MAckie SP260 Speaker Processor
Mackie announces the SP260 2x6 Speaker Processor.
Offering EQ, dynamics processing and system protection, the SP260 2x6 Speaker Processor is designed to provide system optimization for both passive and powered systems. The six outputs feature five different operating modes to cover a range of systems.
Each output features dedicated level control, polarity invert, high/low-pass filters, 7-band parametric/shelving EQ, 600ms delay and limiting. Two input channels provide independent 600ms delay and a 5-band parametric/shelving EQ. The front-panel control also includes 7-segment LED metering per channel. The SP260 utilizes 24-bit AKM AD/DA converters with 120dB dynamic range. With 24 user-definable presets and I/O for routing and configuration, the SP260 is a processor suited for a range of portable and permanent applications.
The product is scheduled for Q2, 2012 availability.
You can visit Mackie during Prolight + Sound / Musikmesse from March 21-24, 2012 in Frankfurt, Germany in Hall 6.1, Stand C30 for additional info, including pricing.
For more detailed product information, visit www.mackie.com.
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