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[Musikmesse] MAckie SP260 Speaker Processor

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Mackie announces the SP260 2x6 Speaker Processor.

Offering EQ, dynamics processing and system protection, the SP260 2×6 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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