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Steven Barnes

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Re: Mixer/DSP for retail space
« Reply #10 on: September 26, 2011, 09:45:35 pm »

We have been using Ashly stuff for the last couple years with great success. We have been using their NE series amplifiers for smaller restaurant stuff, and their larger ne24.24m processor with QSC and Lab Gruppen Amplifiers for larger stuff. They have many different remote control options if you want they or they can be locked out.

Also all the knobs and buttons on the NE stuff can be disabled in the programming.
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Re: Mixer/DSP for retail space
« Reply #11 on: January 10, 2012, 09:27:38 pm »

Check out Ateis by Penton Audio, you can't imagine what all it does in the audio field.....amazing....I use this in all my installations.... 



Products designed for fixed install will often offer security covers to prevent the meat socks from twiddling where they shouldn't.

While I was at Peavey I even developed a knob with a long shaft built into the back of the knob, so the installer could selectively remove the knobs from just the controls he wanted to protect, and cover the empty holes with hole plugs.

JR
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