MACKIE'S TT24 DIGITAL LIVE CONSOLE EXPLANSION OPTIONS ON DISPLAY AT NSCA
March 16, 2006 - Las Vegas, NV- With a strong commitment to the ongoing evolution of the groundbreaking TT24 Digital Live Console, Mackie is using this year's NSCA convention to show off four innovative add-on options that will be released throughout 2006.
TT24 Expansion Cards: UFXII
The UFXII card expands the TT24's already considerable DSP horsepower, adding 24 additional channels of EQ, Gating, and Compression for a total of 48 fully DSP functional channels. The UFXII is now available from all authorized Mackie dealers worldwide with a Pro User Net price of $899.99.
DS3232 Digital Snake with U100 Networking Card
The new DS3232 Digital Snake provides 32x32 channels of balanced XLR I/O and connects to the TT24 Console via standard CAT-5 cable (up to 300 feet in length). The Digital Snake features 32 state-of-the-art mic preamps and converters in a stage box, and provides remote control of the input gain from the TT24 console. By placing the microphone preamps and converters on stage, the signal degradation typically associated with lengthy cumbersome analog snakes is eliminated. The U100 Networking Card enables the TT24 to communicate with proprietary external devices including the DS3232. The DS3232 Digital Snake and U100 Networking Card will be available Q2, 2006.
LP48 Lake Processor Card
The LP48 expansion card brings a number of enhancements to the powerful TT24 in three possible configurations. First, the card can be configured in Lake Loudspeaker Processor mode as a 4 input by 8-output loudspeaker processor to provide eight channels of balanced analog output with line drive capability. Second, it can provide the user with up to 10 channels of Lake-designed insert EQ processing including the true response Lake Ideal Graphic EQ™ and Lake Mesa EQ™ with asymmetrical filters. Finally, users can configure the card with 6 channels of insertable EQ processing and a 2 input by 4-output Lake Loudspeaker Processor. The LP48 will be available in Q2, 2006.
These updates, along with the TT24 Digital Live Console are currently on display at NSCA, at the Las Vegas Convention Center, March 16-18, 2006, booth #2337.