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Behringer To Ship New Digital Mixing Console

Behringer will begin shipping its new DDX3216 digital mixing console in December. The DDX3216 represents an affordable, fully automated, 32-channel, 16-bus 11/20/2001 7:00 AM Eastern

Behringer will begin shipping its new DDX3216 digital mixing console in December. The DDX3216 represents an affordable, fully automated, 32-channel, 16-bus digital console with eight aux sends and flexibile routing options, while incorporating the latest technology developments in digital signal processing.

According to company founder Uli Behringer, "This product is a milestone in our company history. We have invested five years of extensive research and development in collaboration with several top-ranking experts. We take much pride in the extensive know-how that went into this digital console, and will lay the groundwork for a wide range of spin-off products."

The Behringer DDX3216 represents a breakthrough in intuitive operation, providing analog feel in a compact, rackmountable unit. High-power floating point DSP technology ensures practically unlimited internal dynamic range, while high-resolution 24-bit A/D and Crystal D/A converters provide optimum audio quality bound to please even the most discerning user. Four effects processors, accessible from all 32 channels, provide first-class algorithms, such as chorus, delay flanger, LFO filter, phaser, pitch shifter, reverb, tremolo and more. The 4-band fully parametric EQ, compressor, gate, low-cut filter and phase inverter on all 32 channels, with additional delay function on the first 16 channels, provide effective dynamic processing.

For more on this new digital mixing console and free Windoews PC software, visit www.DDX3216.com.

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