11.01.2005 12:41 PM
BEL Digital Audio announces new multichannel delay

The new BEL 8159 multi-channel digital delay unit
UK manufacturer BEL Digital Audio has announced the release of the new 8150 audio delay unit.

Housed in a 1U stainless steel chassis, the 8150 is configured as four independent stereo pairs, each being controlled in steps of 0-15 fields.

By providing four stereo channels, the BEL 8150 can provide a simple, yet effective, way of delaying multichannel audio sources. Alternatively, the unit can be installed in a fixed location, with each stereo channel being dedicated to a specific A/V device. The delay accepts either analog or digital inputs and provides simultaneously both analog and digital outputs.

For more information, visit www.beldigital.com.

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