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Ashly Protea 4.24G Graphic Equalizer

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This used Ashly Protea 4.24G Graphic Equalizer comes with a Power Cable.

This unit is in good condition with normal wear, has been tested, and works great. Please see pictures for details on item condition.

Product Details:
Full control of the Protea 4.24G 4-Channel Graphic EQ System Processor is accomplished from the front panel in an intuitive and straight-forward layout. It's like using your old analog equalizer, only with extra features and benefits to simplify your audio chain requirements. Housed in an all-steel 2U package, the 4.24G has all the audio processing tools needed for flawless equalization and sound control. In addition to 28 bands of 1/3-octave EQ are a programmable compressor/limiter for speaker protection and programmable delay of up to 1.364 seconds for time delay applications required by speaker arrays and clusters or monitor speakers. Individual, programmable 24dB/octave high- and low-pass filters allow you to zero in and fine tune the audio spectrum you need to work in. A large 240 x 64 fluorescent backlit display keeps you constantly informed of every parameter, function and utility, including metering and user preferences.

  • 24 Bit A/D - D/A Audio Resolution
  • 24 Bit Digital Signal Processing
  • Four 28-Band 1/3 Octave Channels of EQ
  • Programmable Compressor/Limiter
  • Programmable Delay
  • Programmable High and Low Pass Filters
  • Balanced XLR and 1/4 Inputs and Outputs
  • Intuitive User Interface
  • Large, 240 X 64 Fluorescent Backlit Display
  • Linkable Channels
  • Constant Q/Reciprocal Filter Design
  • +/- 15dB Boost and Cut, 0.5dB increments
  • 128 Preset Locations
  • RS-232 Computer Interface
  • Full MIDI Implementation
  • Input and Output Metering
  • Password Protection of System Operation

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