Dan Dugan Expands Mixing Controller Line

San Francisco, CA (October 25, 2006)--At the recent AES Convention, Dan Dugan Sound Design expanded its line of automatic mixing controllers with the Model E, an economy model that makes Dugan Speech System automatic mixing available to a wider range of applications.
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San Francisco, CA (October 25, 2006)--At the recent AES Convention, Dan Dugan Sound Design expanded its line of automatic mixing controllers with the Model E, an economy model that makes Dugan Speech System automatic mixing available to a wider range of applications.

It is smaller than earlier Dugan products, fitting eight channels into one RU height and half-rack width. With provided hardware, two Model E units (together providing 16 channels) can be mounted side by side in one rack space.

The Model E connects in two ways, either to a mixing board's insert jacks with standard TRS cables, or through an 8-channel ADAT optical interface. When analog I/O is used, the ADAT connectors can be used to link multiple units up to a maximum of 64 channels. The Model E can also be linked with the Models D-2 or D-3.

Dan Dugan Sound Design
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