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Alto Professional Empire Series
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The Empire powered mixer line offers the power, flexible routing capabilities and rugged portability to strengthen sound. Up to 2,000W of class D power can be attained from either tabletop or cabinet style designs. The mixers accommodate extremely dynamic source material. Empire mixers feature high-quality EQ and built-in effects. The TMX tabletop mixers are available with 8, 12, 16 or 20 channel sizes and each includes onboard digital effects. The 8, 12 and 16 channel models provide bi-amped, Class D power at 2 x 350W, 2 x 500W and 2 x 750W, respectively. The 20-channel model provides bi-amped, digital power of 2 x 750W + 2 x 500W. The RMX cabinet mixers provide eight channels of mixing, EQ, onboard effects and power: 500W mono/250W stereo for RMX505DFX; 1,000W mono/500W stereo for RMX1008DFX; 1,500W mono/750W stereo for RMX1508DFX; and 2 x 1,000 at 8ohms bridged/4 x 500W at 4ohms for RMX2408DFX.
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