New Sound Reinforcement Products

May 2002
Mix;May2002, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p78
Lists several sound reinforcement products as of May 2002. ProSys PS-8810 digital signal processor from BSS Audio; SWM-5000 wireless microphone system from Sabine; LQ-12P Powered Speaker from Crest Audio; UB2199-WP louspeaker from EAW; THX-approved SR2800 live sound/fixed install amplifier from Hafler.


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