EAW Debuts UMX96 Digital Recording Console

Whitinsville, MA (April 24, 2006)--EAW's UMX.96 digital recording console is a 24-bit, 96 kHz digital live console with expandable, onboard 56x44 analog I/O, 3x12 integrated loudspeaker processing, the first full integration of SmaartLive, a 15-inch touchscreen, and a tactile rotary encoder with intuitive user interface.
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Whitinsville, MA (April 24, 2006)--EAW's UMX.96 digital recording console is a 24-bit, 96 kHz digital live console with expandable, onboard 56x44 analog I/O, 3x12 integrated loudspeaker processing, the first full integration of SmaartLive, a 15-inch touchscreen, and a tactile rotary encoder with intuitive user interface.

The UMX.96 console uses SmaartLive's measurement capabilities for instant system measurement and calibration. When selected, an input or output feeds SmaartLive, which, in turn, provides RTA on the EQ screen of any channel post EQ in order to show the instant effects of the EQ on the signal.

Additionally, UMX.96 incorporates EQ, crossovers, limiters that are based on EAW-designed filters that allow loudspeaker alignment, audio distribution and zoning to be done directly from the mixer. EAW's new Gunness Focusing technology will be incorporated through an optional processing card.

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