SA Unveils New Development in Audio Processors

Brooklyn, NY (January 9, 2007)--Stage Accompany (SA) has unveiled its Fractal F24 and F48, the company's latest development in audio processors. The Fractal is a loudspeaker management system with a fully open architecture that will enable the sound engineer to program any system to his needs.
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Brooklyn, NY (January 9, 2007)--Stage Accompany (SA) has unveiled its Fractal F24 and F48, the company's latest development in audio processors. The Fractal is a loudspeaker management system with a fully open architecture that will enable the sound engineer to program any system to his needs.

SA will also have presets for many SA loudspeaker systems. For optimal performance, the Fractal is equipped with the latest-generation, 32-bit, floating-point DSP. The unit is housed in a 3mm-thick aluminum chassis, standard to all Stage Accompany electronic products.

The Fractal F24 model (pictured), with its 2-in/4-out audio connections, can be used universally in almost any scenario. It's the perfect companion for SA's 4-way line-array systems AV27 and AH36. The Fractal F48 model is the 4-in/8-out version designed for larger applications, but with the same interface and options as the F24.

With its flexible user interface and 4x20 character display, operation is fast and easy. A personal computer can be easily connected through the front-panel USB connector, and the supplied user-friendly software makes it easy to set up and adjust one's system. For the use in larger systems, the Fractal is equipped with two network connectors (RJ45) on the backside of the unit, so that multiple units can be linked and controlled using a single PC.

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