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Welcome to the 2015 ProSoundWeb Buyer's Guide and Readers Choice Awards!
Products currently displayed in the category below are all nominees for the 2015 PSW Readers' Choice Awards (RCA's). Thank you for voting! Winning products in this category are indicated below.


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Signal Processors Products


  • image The DriveRack PA2 provides all the processing you need between your mixer and amplifiers to optimize and protect your loudspeakers. With the latest advancements in dbx’s proprietary AutoEQ and AFS algorithms, a new input delay module for delaying the FOH system to the backline, Ethernet control via an Android, iOS, Mac, or Windows device, and updated Wizards, the DriveRack PA2 continues the DriveRack legacy of great-sounding, powerful, and affordable loudspeaker management processors, for a whole new generation. View this product
    Filed in: Signal Processors

  • Meyer Sound’s Galileo Callisto 616 array processor is an elegant hardware and software solution for driving and aligning Meyer Sound loudspeaker array systems. The 2-space, rack-mount Callisto 616 includes six inputs, 16 outputs, and a fully digital matrix processor. The accompanying Compass control software provides comprehensive control of all parameters from a Mac or Windows-based computer. Callisto 616 features delay integration for aligning loudspeaker arrays, user defined shaping filters, and simultaneous low- and high-pass filters for subwoofer control. View this product
    Filed in: Signal Processors

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    The LM 44 provides a four input/four output analog configuration that is suited for a variety of system signal processing and routing applications. The LM 44 also provides 8 × 8 AES3 digital I/O and 4 × 8 Dante networked I/O, all with comprehensive signal routing to provide Dante break-in / break-out and failover functionality. Two LM 44 units may be stacked and linked to function seamlessly as a single 8 × 8 processor. View this product
    Filed in: Signal Processors