TOA Electronics, Inc., a manufacturer of premier commercial audio and security products, recently announced the enhancement of the D-2000 Series Digital Mixing System to include the D-2012C Remote Fader Control Unit and the D-2012AS Console Case.
The TOA D-2012C Remote Fader Control Unit is equipped with 12 assignable motorized faders, 8 rotary encoders and is fully programmable and customizable. The D-2012AS Console Case is an accessory to the D-2012C that is designed to make it a desk-top type unit. The entire D-2000 Series Digital Mixing system consists of the D-2008SP Digital Mixing Processor Unit, the D-2000AD1 Mic/Line input module and the D-2000CB CobraNet Interface Module. The D-2008 is a 19â€? rack-mountable unit with up to 128 inputs/output and features essential sound system signal processing functions, including feedback suppression, auto-mixing, 32 preset memories and Ducker/NOM attenuation. The system is designed to provide highly flexible mixing capabilities for small to medium-sized applications such as audio/visual presentation areas, corporate boardrooms, houses of worship, gymnasiums, and partitioned hotel banquet halls.
The D-2000 Series is UL/cUL approved, competitively priced and is backed by TOA’s 5 year warranty.
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