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FM-3: The FM-3 portable mixer is equipped with balanced three-channel inputs and two-channel main outputs each featuring high-quality, custom transformers in addition to a wide variety of sub outputs. Housed in a solid aluminum body, it also features a newly developed Organic EL display. Features include metal axis fader pots, master, trim and HPF knobs with pop-up mechanism, mixer's parameter setting status on the display, and dc output with Hirose connector for powering a wireless receiver.
3600: 3600 pre-terminated cable assemblies are small and flexible. When combined with RJ45 plugs they offer fast, easy installation and termination. The use of a braided sleeve and pulling eyes provides additional protection when pulling and routing the assemblies through overhead trays, raised floors, cabinet poke-throughs and cable management hardware. The cable assemblies come in standardized six-cable bundles. Each 23 AWG 4-pair cable features Belden's patented Bonded-Pair technology to ensure CAT-6 performance and reliability, before and after installation. The assemblies are available in 1' increments from 6'-50' assembly lengths, and in 5' increments from 55' to 295' assembly lengths. Each is labeled with a unique serial number and bar code for easier asset management.
DA14: The Musicam USA DA14 is a versatile distribution amplifier capable of simultaneous distribution of both stereo and mono audio at a wide range of levels. Both balanced and unbalanced loads can be driven at professional or domestic levels, with each output totally unaffected by the settings or load on any other.
M2: Among the M2's features are twin high-grade, extremely low noise, wide bandwidth microphone preamplifiers, phantom power, Vorsis designed audio processing algorithms and analog and digital outputs. The M2 is controlled utilizing a Graphical User Interface equipped with three user levels. No user controls are on the front panel. Its dual independent processing channels can take the place of two conventional microphone processors. Full processing features are available such as de-essing, downward expansion, equalization, high pass, low pass and notch filters.
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