02.15.2005 03:01 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
dbx introduces new system processor

dbx Professional’s DriveRack 4800 system processor features new algorithms, including its Advanced Feedback Suppression (AFS).

The unit’s 96 kHz processing engine and standard digital I/O further extends frequency response and reduces latency, with an optional CobraNet card.

Utilizing four analog and AES/EBU inputs, with eight analog and AES/EBU outputs, the DriveRack 4800 also features Harman Professional’s latest HiQnet protocol.

For more information, visit www.dbxpro.com.

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