02.15.2005 02:46 PM
Graham-Patten Systems introduces new products at NAB2005


Graham-Patten Systems’ new D/ESAM 8000 mixer
Graham-Patten Systems’ will debut the new D/ESAM 8000 mixer at NAB2005 in Las Vegas. The mixer employs the Klotz VADIS mixing engine and routing system.

User features include four-output/16-channel D/ESAM 400 send outputs; a monitor sub-mixer; fader range; user configuration registers and D/MEM write protection.

For more information, visit www.gpsys.com.

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