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Drawmer Offers New Speaker Protector

The new Drawmer SP2120 Speaker Protector is now available in the U.S. for $849. The Speaker Protector eliminates the possibility of "unauthorized" excessive 5/13/2003 8:00 AM Eastern

The new Drawmer SP2120 Speaker Protector is now available in the U.S. for $849. The Speaker Protector eliminates the possibility of "unauthorized" excessive sound pressure levels on speaker systems, which could result in damage to the chassis drivers and electronics. The SP2120 also provides venues with the ability to comply with local legislation regarding noise levels.

Intended for insertion in the sound system immediately before the amplifier stage, the SP2120's signal path combines a multiple time-constant circuitry and automatic gain control. The front panel of the 1U, 2-channel processor features an integral security lock to ensure that only keyholders can adjust maximum volume levels. In "unlocked" mode, two front-panel presets are available to adjust by the installer: The first calibrates the 16-segment L/R bar graphs and the second sets the absolute volume level.

For more, visit Drawmer's U.S. distributor, Transamerica Audio Group, at www.transaudiogroup.com.