Chatsworth, Calif.—Sep 3, 2009
Datasat Digital Entertainment Introduces 16-Channel Audio Processor at Rocky Mountain Regional Convention
Datasat Digital Entertainment will introduce the AP20, a 16-channel digital audio processor, at the Rocky Mountain Regional Convention in Salt Lake City, Utah, this September. The product offers one of the most impressive collection of features all packaged together, in addition to exclusively offering rights to Dirac Live® within the cinema space.
"The company's vast experience in conventional analog sound systems combined with state-of-the art digital signal processing technology has resulted in our latest product, the AP20 Audio Processor," Jason Vreeman, Vice President of Sales, Datasat Digital Entertainment, stated. "The box is designed to provide maximum flexibility in a single, cost-effective package."
Engineered to deliver precise reproduction of both analog and digital sources, the AP20's 16 channels leverage the power of 6 Analog Devices 400mHz DSPs.
Key product features include:
- Individual Channel & Global Delays
- 3rd Octave or Parametric EQ
- Dirac Live® Room Optimization
- Three Expansion slots for future development
An optional plug-in card is also available for legacy "A" chain film support. The card supports two projectors, A-type and SR-type noise reduction and matrix decoding all accomplished in the digital domain for maximum flexibility and sound quality.
The AP20 will be on display in booth #49 and demos will be conducted by appointment only at the Rocky Mountain Regional Convention beginning Wednesday, September 9th.