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Ashly Audio pêma

Ashly Audio’s promise to “simplify integration” continues with the introduction of pêma (Protea Equipped Media Amplifier), a unique powered processor, at InfoComm 2010 5/30/2010 6:50 PM Eastern

Ashly Audio pêma

May 30, 2010 10:50 PM




Ashly Audio pêma

Ashly Audio’s promise to “simplify integration” continues with the introduction of pêma (Protea Equipped Media Amplifier), a unique powered processor, at InfoComm 2010. By seamlessly merging Ashly’s powerful, open-architecture DSP functionality with Ashly’s renowned amplifier performance inside a 2RU box, pêma lowers overall system cost, occupies less space, improves energy efficiency, and both speeds and simplifies system installation and programming. Four- and 8-channel versions are available at both 125W and 250W per channel. The unit offers DSP algorithms such as ambient noise compensation; advanced automatic feedback suppression; automatic mixer; and a full complement of filters, EQs, delays, and the like. It also offers DSP control of the amplifier functionality: selection of bridge-mode operation, HPF settings for constant voltage system networks, stereo-linking of channel pairs, full control of ducking priorities, and full-range remote-gain control capability. Full 96kHz performance is available on 32-bit Analog Devices Sharc processors for utterly transparent audio. Price: $2,000 to $4,000 (depending on configuration)
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