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EMX620/AS108 Bundle
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Yamaha Corporation of America, Professional Audio, announces the introduction of the affordable, yet powerful, EMX620/AS108 powered mixer/speaker bundle at Winter NAMM 2001. This self-contained PA system—ideal for solo performers, bands, houses of worship, smaller venues and media presentations—is currently available.

"Yamaha has responded to market demand for a small, portable PA system," states Wayne Hrabak, marketing manager, Professional Audio. "This bundle provides users with simplicity, reliability and a minimum of labor, plenty of power and a host of professional features."

The six-input EMX620 mixer features a single 200-watt (4-Ohm) amplifier and built-in limiter. Channels 1-4 contain balanced XLR connectors with switchable pads and master phantom power, plus balanced 1/4-in. jacks; inputs 5 and 6 include two unbalanced inputs each. All channels contain two-band EQ, plus independent monitor and effects sends. RCA connectors with separate level control for a tape recorder or CD player are conveniently located on the front panel. A user-friendly DSP provides a professional quality seven-band graphic equalizer and three digital effects. The unit is housed in a rugged carpet enclosure with corner reinforcement and side handles.

The AS108 speakers feature two-way, bass reflex design with an 8-in. low-frequency driver and dual 1/4-in. connectors for input and pass-through. Cabinets include a pole socket for easy mounting, as well as two bracket points for permanent installation. Exteriors feature durable, weather-resistant coating and a single, spring-loaded handle for easy transport.

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