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Generalmusic adds tiny LEM RD 62 FX to its range of compact stereo mixers

At Musikmesse 2005 LEM introduced its latest addition to the RD family of compact mixers, the RD 62 FX. Featuring balanced microphone XLR-inputs, balanced line jack-inputs for mono and stereo inputs, 3-band equalizer on all channels as well as seperate mix and control outputs, the RD 62 FX is a solution for all applications where high quality output and space are an issue such as project studios, home recording, live sound for small bands, houses of worship and clubs.
The RD 62 FX incorporates a DSP offering 16 presets such as different reverb rooms, stereo delay and combinations of reverb plus delay and reverb plus chorus. Specifications include a frequency response of 20Hz to 20kHz, an S/N ratio of -90dB and a THD <0,1%. The RD 62 FX has an on-board power supply.
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