Movek’s myMix, a networked personal mixer/multitrack recorder, can create up to eight independent stereo mixes and up to 18 tracks of multitrack recording to an SD card. Musicians make their own personal cue mix using a simple interface with color LCD screen where all input channels appear as separate named channels with control over volume, tone, pan and effects. Line-level outs and a stereo 3.5mm jack can output to headphones, in-ear monitors, a main P.A. or stage wedges. Systems with more than two units connect via standard Ethernet switches.
Crest E-Lite 1800 Amps
The new E-Lite 1800 and E-Lite 1800 DSP power amplifiers from Crest feature 900 watts per channel, weigh less than 10 pounds (the non-DSP version is only 7.5 pounds) and can run in parallel, stereo and bridged modes. Onboard DSP amplifier on the E-Lite 1800 DSP offers variable delays (up to 120 ms per channel), adjustable crossover, limiting, parametric EQ, HF driver EQ, four user-presets and lockable security settings.
RCF TTL55-A Line Array
The flagship TTL55-A from RCF is a high-power, three-way, active line array system that’s scalable from a few modules to full touring rigs. Each has 3,500 watts of networked, DSP-controlled amplification driving six neodymium transducers — dual 12-inch woofers in a clamshell configuration, flanked by a 10-inch midrange and three 1.5-inch HF drivers — for 143dB max SPLs. Matching stage wedges, rigging hardware and the TTS56A double 21-inch, 6,800-watt subwoofer complete the package.