MESSE 2015: Rack And Power Up 500 Series Processors

GB dbx introduces PowerRack8 power supply      15/04/15

MESSE 2015: Rack And Power Up 500 Series Processors


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dbx has announced the introduction of the PowerRack8 power supply for its new 500 Series processors. The PowerRack8 is an 8-slot, 19-inch rack-mount power source designed to hold up to eight 500 Series processors in a vertical configuration.

Jason Kunz, Market Manager, Portable PA and Recording & Broadcast, told us, "Our new PowerRack8 provides a convenient, easy way to house, power, connect and configure the dbx 500 Series modules. It's the perfect add-on for integrating our 500 Series processors into any studio or live installation."

The dbx PowerRack8 provides eight slots of balanced XLR inputs and outputs along with eight slots of unbalanced 1/4-inch inputs and outputs. A 48V phantom power switch is located on the front panel, along with switches for the unit's flexible, digitally controlled onboard signal routing with memory function. dbx says that the PowerRack8 supplies 350mA per module slot and features rugged, all-metal construction.

Pricing and Availability:
The dbx PowerRack8 is expected to be available in September 2015.

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