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Shure Ships DSP Processor

The new DFR22 Audio Processor features 2-in/2-out DSP and Shure's patented automatic digital-feedback reduction algorithm (DFR). Also included are modules 5/29/2003 8:00 AM Eastern

The new DFR22 Audio Processor features 2-in/2-out DSP and Shure's patented automatic digital-feedback reduction algorithm (DFR). Also included are modules for EQ, dynamics processing, delay and matrix mixing. The DFR22 is also easily configured through a flexible drag-and-drop Windows software interface.

"The DFR22 will give current users of our DFR11EQ and P4800 the best of both products in a new form factor," said Bob Reider, Shure's category director of audio processing products. "It will function as an out-of-the-box, 2-channel feedback reducer or as a fully configurable 2x2 device with a full complement of software-configurable audio processors. It also answers the many requests we've received for a stereo version of our patented feedback-reduction algorithm."

The DFR22 features single-channel and stereo 5, 10 and 16-band DFR processing blocks. In addition, it now offers an Auto-Clear mode that removes changes to EQ made by the feedback reducer after a specified period of time. The DFR22 includes both XLR and Phoenix connectors, and takes up a single rackspace.

For more, visit Shure online at www.shure.com.

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