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White Instruments Paramedic 26 XLR Digital Parametric EQ

Same as Paramedic 26-P but with XLR input/output connectors - 4.5-second delay
MFR# Paramedic 26 XLR

Product Description

The new ParaMedic 26 has no front panel controls for economy and security. All setup and operating functions are conducted from a PC running Windows 95/98/NT4 and White Windows 2 software. The computer/DSP link is generic RS-232 requiring only an industry standard cable. No outboard interface boxes are required. The RS-232 protocol and non-volatile EEPROM are new and more efficient. Transfers between the PC and ParaMedics as well as memory I/O are 50% faster. A convenient data connector is placed on the front panel and paralleled to the rear panel. Up to 250 PARAMEDICs can be daisy-chained (in any mix of models) and controlled from one PC.

Improved Input and Output Circuits and Control: The servo-balanced analog inputs and outputs are hand trimmed at the factory for matching levels. They can be operated unbalanced without a change in gain. All outputs are equipped with precision machine-wound inductors in an L-C circuit to absorb digital noise. Analog input and digital output levels can be individually adjusted in 0.5dB steps. The inputs can be linked together and selected outputs can be grouped. Linked or grouped levels are adjusted together and any offsets are maintained. The standard PARAMEDICs 22,24 and 26 are equipped with detachable Phoenix type audio connectors. XLR equipped models are available at no additional cost. Either model may be factory equipped with a set of fully balanced input transformers, output transformers, or both.

Output Levels: Individual outputs can be muted and have their polarity reversed. The 4 or 6 output levels can be assigned in up to three groups with a Master Level to control all. The Master level may also be muted.

Labeling: Name labels can be applied to all inputs, outputs, crossover sections and memories. These user assigned custom names will be displayed throughout the setup process.

Advanced Technology DSP Engine: A powerful Analog Devices' SHARC DSP with 32/40 bit floating point math delivers the raw computing power necessary to implement a complete multi-function audio processor. New discrete, 24 bit AD/DA converters sample the data at 48kHz assuring a wide dynamic range. The firmware can be updated in the field via the PC by re-flashing the unit with files downloaded from our web site.

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