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Roland Ships the Edirol M-10DX Digital Mixer

More portable and affordable than its M-16DX big brother, the M-10DX 10-channel digital mixer packs an amazing amount of high-end features into its small frame, including a 24-bit/96kHz processing engine and a backlit LCD so you can see the effects in operation as well a graphical spectrum analysis...

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More portable and affordable than its M-16DX big brother, the M-10DX 10-channel digital mixer packs an amazing amount of high-end features into its small frame, including a 24-bit/96kHz processing engine and a backlit LCD so you can see the effects in operation as well a graphical spectrum analysis.

This all-in-one solution offers built-in pro-quality FX, including insert effects, reverb/echo and finalize effects, flexible analog and digital I/O, Room Acoustic Control for instant automatic room compensation.

Based on the same high-resolution processing engine as the flagship M-16DX, the M-10DX provides full 24-bit/96kHz processing for the ultimate in transparent, noise-free digital mixing. Mixing is made simple, with dedicated channel controls for 3-Band EQ, Pan, Aux, Select and Level. Scene memories allow instant recall of channel and effect parameters.

For maximum portability, the M-10DX condenses almost all of the M-16DX's functions into a compact tabletop package for easy portability and use anywhere. It even retains the backlit LCD from its big brother, so you can see the effects in operation as well a graphical spectrum analysis.

AC adaptor comes included.

www.rolandus.com/edirol

By our press release coordinator Thursday November 30, 2006
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