Ashly to Introduce Two New Protea Speaker Processors At Infocomm 2009

Ashly to Introduce Two New Protea Speaker Processors At Infocomm 2009
  • Ashly Audio is introducing two new speaker processors for live sound and fixed installation applications to its line of Protea DSP products at InfoComm in Orlando, Florida, June 17-19. The Protea 4.8SP four-input/eight-output and Protea 3.6SP three-input/six-output 1RU digital signal processors offer an extremely intuitive user interface, plus PC control software, and comprehensive DSP, including crossover, equalization, delay and limiter functions.
  • Gain, delay and six filters (each a choice of parametric, low or high-shelf) may be applied to every input, each of which employs 24-bit, 48 kHz delta-sigma A/D converters with 128x over sampling. Outputs may be assigned from one or a combination of inputs. Butterworth, Bessel and Linkwitz-Riley crossover filters with up to 48 dB/octave slopes are available on the outputs, along with four parametric, low or high-shelf filters plus compressor/limiters to control feedback problems. Time delay adjustments, output gain and polarity reverse may also be applied to the outputs, which include limiters for speaker protection.