Peavey MX16, MX32, LIVE

Peavey has introduced three new models in the Architectural Acoustics Digitool multiprocessor series.
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Peavey MX16, MX32, LIVE

Mar 11, 2011 6:12 PM

Peavey MX16, MX32, LIVE

Peavey has introduced three new models in the Architectural Acoustics Digitool multiprocessor series: the MX16, featuring eight inputs and outputs; the MX32, featuring 16 inputs and outputs; and the LIVE, featuring eight balanced XLR inputs and outputs for live FOH applications. The Digitool processors feature an updated, more powerful DSP engine, full-color LCD screen, enhanced front-panel navigation, individual input and output mutes, and five-segment LED arrays for input and output signal monitoring. In addition, there is a USB port on the front for programming and an Ethernet port on the back for either programming or connecting to a network. On the back panel, there are eight control voltage ports and two RS-485 ports, allowing for more external control. All three models include a global 100-240V power supply and individual mutes and LED meters for each input and output. Price: NA

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