06.08.2008 08:00 AM
Carvin announces EM900 IEM system

Carvin has introduced the new EM900 In-Ear Monitor System. This versatile, high-performance musicians’ monitor system offers strong sound quality and a wealth of features, including PLL (phase lock loop) electronics, balanced XLR inputs and rugged metal housings for dependable performance. Up to 16 complete EM900 systems can be operated simultaneously.

The system delivers full 20Hz–20kHz frequency response, sports 960 onboard UHF frequencies and includes a built-in limiter. The PLL design effectively eliminates squelch control. The EM900 transmitter features balanced XLR inputs. The EM901 receiver offers a pan control that facilitates the mix of two independent signals — either mono or stereo. As a result, each performer can adjust a two-channel mix in their ears. The EM900 In-Ear Monitor System includes flat response earbuds with three sizes of soft tips to ensure the proper fit and comfort.

Like all Carvin gear, the EM900 In-Ear Monitor System carries a factory direct pricing. The system is now shipping.

For more information, visit
www.carvinguitars.com/products/single.php?product=EM900.



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