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Amate works round the clock

Amate works round the clock

Amate works round the clock

The LMS608 has been designed for small-, medium- and large-scale passive sound reinforcement systems

Amate Audio has added to its LMS 1U 19-inch rackmount loudspeaker management processor series that employs 64-bit architecture for round-the-clock operation. Following on from the launch of the LMS206 in mid-2019, the LMS608 has four analogue inputs, a two-channel AES/EBU digital input and eight analogue outputs, all on balanced XLRs. The processor provides 24-bit AD/DA convertors for improved audio performance on inputs and outputs. The units are fully configurable, with each input assignable to any output and each output having two crossovers with selectable filtering and independent compressor/limiter settings.

The LMS608 and its LMS206 predecessor are comparable with Amate’s Nítid active loudspeaker series and have been designed for small-, medium- and large-scale passive sound reinforcement systems for both touring and fixed installation applications. Control parameters include 10 parametric equalisers with 1Hz frequency resolution – employing dB/2 bell parametric filtering. Selectable delay lines for each I/O are up to 2s (680m) with switchable polarity.

The LMS608 comes with 80 password-protectable, user-programmable memory presets offering variable levels of protection, while 20 additional pre-installed factory presets reportedly enable the near instantaneous system configuration capabilities of the Nítid active loudspeaker series with passive sound reinforcement. The processor also extends these capabilities with presets to a wider range of Nítid loudspeaker models and a number of Xcellence systems. USB and Ethernet connectivity provides enhanced external control with DSPLink software for Windows and MacOS (downloadable from the website).



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