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Electro-Voice to Launch Dx46 FIR-Drive Sound System Processor at InfoComm 2010

  • Electro-Voice has once again raised the bar for pro audio electronics design with the new Dx46 FIR-Drive Sound System Processor, launching globally at InfoComm 2010.
  • Extending the legacy of such legendary DSPs as the Dx34, Dx38 and NetMax N8000, the Dx46 combines ease of use and flexibility of control with the industry’s most advanced DSP technology: FIR-Drive.
  • Previous only available in EV’s N8000 system controllers and RCM-26 module-equipped Tour Grade series amplifiers, the FIR-Drive system employs state-of-the-art 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.
  • Dx46 brings FIR-Drive performance to a new, more compact form factor, at a price point that makes it accessible for a wide range of portable and installed audio applications. The most powerful 1RU DSP unit available, 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.

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