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Tony Grimwood

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DSP matrix/mixer
« on: June 06, 2004, 06:21:05 pm »

I'm looking for a DSP controller for install work. What I'm after would ideally have 8 line inputs, 8 outputs, assignable in any combination and would boast useful features like eq, dynamics and delay. Something like the dbx zonepro with more ins and outs. One-button recall of various preset configurations and remote control ability  would also be highly desirable. any suggestions welcomed.

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Tony
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Karl P(eterson)

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Re: DSP matrix/mixer
« Reply #1 on: June 06, 2004, 07:02:05 pm »

A few recommendations.

Allen Heath iDR
BSS Soundweb
Biamp Audia Flex
Yamaha (is supposed to have a compatible system any time now i here)
Media Matrix

BSS is probably the most popular for this type of work with Biamp/MM trailing a bit behing (in my observations) I dont see Allen Heath stuff around a lot, but I like what I see.

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Dan Timon

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Re: DSP matrix/mixer
« Reply #2 on: June 07, 2004, 09:26:37 am »

In addition to Karl's suggestions, Polycom Vortex EF2280, and ClearOne XAP800 will fit the bill. Both are addressable via RS232 for remote control applications, using Crestron, AMX or PC controllers or other simple RS232 controllers.

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Re: DSP matrix/mixer
« Reply #3 on: June 07, 2004, 11:37:52 am »

TonyTech wrote on Sun, 06 June 2004 18:21

I'm looking for a DSP controller for install work. What I'm after would ideally have 8 line inputs, 8 outputs, assignable in any combination and would boast useful features like eq, dynamics and delay. Something like the dbx zonepro with more ins and outs. One-button recall of various preset configurations and remote control ability  would also be highly desirable. any suggestions welcomed.

Cheers,
Tony


Try the Lectrosonics DM 16/24

Deigital automatic matrix mixer.
16 in and 24 out for under US$4k.

I know it is more then you need, but look at the price.

http://www.lectrosonics.com/lecnet/dm1624.htm

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Re: DSP matrix/mixer
« Reply #4 on: June 07, 2004, 08:03:00 pm »

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BSS is probably the most popular for this type of work with Biamp/MM trailing a bit behing (in my observations) I dont see Allen Heath stuff around a lot, but I like what I see.



I've used the Allen & Heath DR66 in one of my systems and liked its feature set. The only downside is that if you need delay, it's an optional plug-in that costs.

Thanks to all for the suggestions - some interesting products out there.

Tony
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Re: DSP matrix/mixer
« Reply #5 on: June 08, 2004, 01:58:42 pm »

Take a look at the Architectural Acoustics Digitool

Digitool

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Re: DSP matrix/mixer
« Reply #6 on: June 12, 2004, 07:42:25 am »

Take a look at this and let me know what you think.

http://www.eawcommercial.com/en/products/digital/dx10.shtml

I've just picked up a nice used one but haven't rounded up all the connectors to try it out yet.
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Re: DSP matrix/mixer
« Reply #7 on: June 12, 2004, 07:32:00 pm »

The Mackie box looks good, but as always, economics are the secret police of my (and the client's) desires. I'll pick up the phone tomorrow - it's Sunday morning here right now - and get a price from the local representative.

cheers,

Tony
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Re: DSP matrix/mixer
« Reply #8 on: June 17, 2004, 09:18:57 am »

[quote title=TonyTech wrote on Tue, 08 June 2004 01:03]
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I've used the Allen & Heath DR66 in one of my systems and liked its feature set. The only downside is that if you need delay, it's an optional plug-in that costs. Tony


Note that the iDR Series is our (A&H) new generation of DSP/matrix mixers. The iDR-4 is the equivalent of the DR66, as is the iDR-8 for the DR128. The new series has many improvements and advantages over the DR, including built-in rather than optional delay. Further info on our new site for the iDR www.idrseries.com.
Regards,
Carey (A&H design)
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Re: DSP matrix/mixer
« Reply #9 on: June 19, 2004, 10:20:12 am »

BSS Soundwebs?  Then you could expand the mixer by plugging in more boxes...
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