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EAWmosaic – RSX18 Cardioid Set Up

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EAWmosaic – RSX18 Cardioid Set Up

Cardioid subwoofer functionality provides greater sonic control and directivity to diminish excess low-frequency energy where you don’t want it, and EAWmosaic provides an extremely simple way to achieve this with the RADIUS RSX18. Push-button cardioid operation is also available via the encoder on the rear input panels. 


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