Burnsville, MN (June 17, 2010)–Electro-Voice has debuted its Dx46 FIR (Finite Impulse Response)-Drive sound system processor.
The Dx46 provides manual input processing, with graphic EQ, PEQ and delay, and a FIR-Drive-optimized output stage, including crossover, EQ, PA and TEMP limiters. The Dx46 can also be operated via the IRIS-Net software platform, allowing remote control and configuration of a complete EV sound system.
Previous only available in EV’s N8000 system controllers and RCM-26 module-equipped Tour Grade series amplifiers, the FIR-Drive system employs Finite Impulse Response filters and processing to provide linear-phase performance.
The 1RU DSP unit offers six channels of 512-tap, complex-phase FIR filters in addition to EV’s PA Limiter and TEMP Limiter algorithms.
The Dx46 provides complete input processing, with graphic EQ, PEQ and delay, and a complete FIR-Drive-optimized output stage, including crossover, EQ and dynamics. It features specialized Array EQ and Array Delay blocks on each output.