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Behringer Debuts Eurocom MA4000 & MA6000 Series Mixer-Amplifiers At 2010 InfoComm
For integration into distributed speech and music systems, integrating signal routing, priority muting, dedicated paging input and more
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See PSW’s comprehensive 2010 InfoComm coverage.

At the 2010 InfoComm show, Behringer introduced two product families within its new Eurocom installed product line aimed at applications requiring integrated mixer-amplifiers, the new MA4000 and MA6000 Series

The MA4000 Series includes integrated mixer-amplifiers, a rack mountable mixer and complementary power amplifiers at various power levels. Key features include universal inputs that accept microphone, line or auxiliary sources without need for optional input modules.

Designed for integration into distributed speech and music systems, the MA4000 Series integrates extensive signal routing, priority muting, dedicated paging input and both record and zone 2 outputs, allowing systems integrators to deliver unprecedented value and performance.

The MA6000 Series is intended for applications requiring a higher level of sophistication and capability, with a feature set that includes eight universal inputs with individual two-band equalization, direct outputs, and adaptive proportional gain automatic mixing for use in speech reinforcement systems that can be expanded to accommodate up to 32 inputs.

In addition, four auxiliary inputs are provided with intuitive front panel selectors to allow users to quickly and easily select between music sources.

Equipped with remote volume control, source selection and system power, the MA6000 series is aimed at installations in conference centers, council chambers, courtroom, hotel meeting rooms and many other venues.

Both series include the company’s proprietary Dual-Mono technology which provides two independent power amplifier channels within each enclosure. One channel is dedicated to low impedance loads, while the other simultaneously drives 70/100V loads at equal power.

Applications that can benefit from this technology include those where high performance low impedance loudspeakers are used for one area while distributed loudspeakers serve another, without need for additional power amplifiers.

For more about the new Eurocom line of installed sound products, see the exclusive PSW interview with Behringer Vice President Costa Lakoumentas.

Behringer Eurcomm Website

Also be sure to see PSW’s exclusive interview with VP Costa Lakoumentas on the new Eurocom systems contracting products division


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Posted by chris babst  on  07/15/10  at  09:51 PM
When will the Eurocom line of installed sound products be available
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