Yamaha Corporation of America, Commercial Audio Systems Division, recently announced the release of the SP2060 speaker processor (pictured). Designed to function as a distributed system processor or as a stand-alone device, the SP2060 has been designed to offer complete 24-bit/96kHz processing and substantial DSP power for the Yamaha Installation Series loudspeakers.
Built into a space-saving 1RU chassis, the SP2060 provides a number of DSP functions (PEQ, allpass filter, delay and limiter), and also includes a dedicated library for each Installation Series model—all accessible from the familiar SPX-type cross-keys navigation buttons on the front panel.
“Having control in a single unit can offer an amazing amount of functionality and system flexibility,” states Marc Lopez, product manager. “The SP2060 adds a new dimension to the Yamaha Installation Series, and allows designers and engineers to get the most from their systems.”
Connections include two XLR analog inputs, an AES/EBU digital input, an Ethernet port for wired or wireless PC control, and six XLR analog outputs. SP2060 editor management software provides editing, data management and remote control capability from a computer and is also fully operational from within Yamaha’s DME Designer software.
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