LMS206 from Amate Audio Debuts

Amate Audio has introduced the new LMS206 loudspeaker management processor, making the advanced system configuration capabilities of its NÍTID active loudspeaker series available for use with passive audio systems.

The LMS206 is the first of a series of next generation loudspeaker management processors, providing continuous ‘round the clock’ uncompromising operation, employing a 64-bit DSP architecture.

The two-input, six-output (on balanced XLR, with 24 bit high resolution ADDA signal convertors), 1U 19” rackmount device is fully configurable. Each input is assignable to any output. Each output has two crossovers with selectable filtering — Butterworth, Linkwitz-Riley and Bessel — and independent compressor/ limiter settings. 10 parametric equalizers, with 1 Hz frequency resolution, employ best industry practice dB/2 bell parametric filtering, exploiting the superior performance capabilities of advanced digital processing.

Delay lines are selectable up to 2 seconds (680 meters) and polarity is switchable. Up to 80 storable user configurable memory presets can be password protected.

The LMS206 additionally features 20 highly sophisticated pre-installed configuration preset memories, providing exceptional operational efficiency with the rapid onboard system setup capabilities of Amate Audio’s NÍTID active loudspeaker series. These provide instantaneous system control configurations for various combinations and numbers of Amate Audio’s NÍTID and Key passive loudspeaker models.

The unit’s front panel features a 2x 16 black backlit LCD Display with extensive LED input and output monitoring (level, clip and limiter). A USB port provides for enhanced external control with Amate Audio’s DSPLink control software for Windows and Mac OS (downloadable from the website).

Differing levels of password protection allow for complete lockout of the unit, whereby software is only enabled for monitoring or specific user memory mode, where operation is restricted to the loading and configuration of a particular user’s own memory settings.

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