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A digital signal processor karaoke preamp with digital reverb.
The secret to truly professional-sounding vocals are DSP effects. With the DA-5800RX Karaoke Preamp from VocoPro, you can take your singing to the next level. It has a 24-bit, high-speed DSP digital chip with a 48KHz sampling rate and 55 internal effects, including several Hall, Delay, and Reverb, and Reverb + Echo styles, as well as Echo, Tremolo, Exciter, and more. Each of these effects has LPF adjustment for added control and customization for the voice. Some other features that help you optimize your sound are a Vocal tonal enhancer as well as the Sonic Enchancer.
This 1 RU rackmountable preamp gives you tons of control, including microphone EQ controls for Bass, Mid level, Mid frequency, and Treble levels; individual master controls for Mic, Effects, and Music volume; Master input and output volume control; Subwoofer volume and frequency controls; and Low-Pass Filter control. The DA-5800RX processor also has and abundance of I/O, with 3 switchable L/R stereo inputs for DVD (RCA), AUX (RCA) and VOD (XLR);
3 microphone inputs (1/4"); 3 video inputs (RCA) for DVD, AUX, and VOD channels; 1 video output (RCA);
unbalanced L/R XLR output and balanced L/R RCA audio pre-out; low output (RCA) for subwoofer; and center output (RCA) for vocal-only, with volume control.
While there's no guarantee everyone singing will have the best voice, all of the VocoPro DA-5800RX Preamp's versatile features will help ensure the best performance possible.
Get plenty of DSP effects, I/O, and control for a better-sounding karaoke performance. Order this preamp today.
DA-5800RX Karaoke Preamp with Reverb
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Comments about VocoPro DA-5800RX Karaoke Preamp with Reverb:
It seems like i got a defective unit. For some reason everything works up until the point at which i try to use the subwoofer output. I found that if i remove all mic input connections that the subwoofer output functions. As soon as i plug in a mic it goes dead and will only come back if i turn down the master volume nearly off. Very strange like there is an internal short somewhere.