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AirTools Voice Processor 2x

Next generation two channel programmable Voice Processor for today?s broadcast professional. The microphone is a crucial link to the audience. Proper management of that link is essential. Enter the AirTools Voice Processor 2x, an outstanding programmable microphone processor that is flexible, powerful, and easy to use. Chief Engineers treasure its programmability and rich DSP feature set. On-air talent enjoy its simplicity of operation. Studio managers appreciate how it independently processes two microphone channels in one rack space. And, most importantly, everyone loves the sound ? including the listening audience. The 2x offers a comprehensive set of voice enhancement tools for any situation. The 2x?s Windows? software application enables total control of all essential parameters. Once a desired sound is dialed in, all settings are saved as named presets for later recall from the front panel or remotely. Any mic can be optimized for a diverse air staff with either male or female voices. Our Voice Processor legacy began with the original model 528, and has continued through the 601, 528E, 628 and 6200. Now you can maintain quality assurance throughout your voice talent signal chains with the AirTools Voice Processor 2x, Engineered by Symetrix. Our name has become synonymous with high quality audio processing for over 30 years. FEATURES: - Two (2) independently programmable channels of ultra-low latency digital microphone processing in one rack space. - Two (2) Mic/Line inputs, two (2) Mic/Line outputs, two (2) AES3 outputs, Word Clock input. - Processing modules include Compression, Equalization, De-Essing, Downward Expansion, Highpass and Lowpass filters, and Voice Symmetry. - Configure named presets for each on-air personality ? up to 50, including factory presets ? using the included Windows? software over Ethernet. - Recall presets with convenient front panel controls, optional hardware remote(s), or third-party control protocol.