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American Audio PPA-210

Portable PA Speaker Cabinet from American Audio .

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American Audio has introduced a PA system with built-in digital effects, graphic EQ and portable playback.

The PPA-210, contains includes two 10" speakers, an 8-channel powered mixer, dynamic microphone and every cable—including a mic cable and two 20' speaker cables—required to set it all up.

The entire system is designed to latch together to form one compact unit on wheels. There's even a storage department for the microphone, accessories and cables. Handles on three sides and the unit's low overall weight add to portability.

The system includes a 3-band EQ and built-in digital effects on each channel; a 7-band system equalizer with switch; 4 XLR mic inputs; and an internal digital delay effects processor with 16 selections including echo, delay and vocal enhancement.

Additionally, the PPA-210 is equipped with USB and mini jack inputs for easy MP3 playback. You can connect an MP3 player or a flash drive containing music, hit play and walk away from it, AA says.

Power output is 300W (150W 8 ohms per channel) stereo power amplifier with dynamic distortion processor. Frequency Response provides 20 Hz to 20 kHz 1dB (at send output) or 30Hz to 20kHz 1dB (at speaker output, with processor threshold exceeded). Distortion comes in at <0.05%, 20 Hz to 20 kHz, 1 dB below rated output. System Signal-to-Noise Ratio is listed at >80dB @ 1W. And Input Impedance (Channels 1-2-3 and 4) is "Mic" 2kΩ.

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The PPA-210 has an MSRP of $699.95.

Check out www.americanaudio.us for more.
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