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The eHMA250 supports both low (4Ω and 8Ω) and high impedance (50V, 70V and 100V) loudspeaker lines

Ecler has released the eHMA250, a self-powered audio mixer that includes two mic inputs, two mic/line ST inputs, two line ST inputs and one aux/rec output. The model supports both low (4Ω and 8Ω) and high impedance (50V, 70V and 100V) loudspeaker lines, with independent four-zone on/off switches (zone 1, zone 2, zone 3 and zone 4), a low impedance output and an auxiliary output. It also includes an audio priority system (such as voice messages and emergencies) available in four inputs and embedded Chime function (compatible with one-zone paging microphones), two-band tone control, auto standby mode, a mute port and a remote port (RJ45) for remote volume control. The frequency response (–3dB) is 70Hz – 25kHz (high-Z) and 20Hz – 25kHz (low-Z). The mixer weighs 3kg and measures 435mm x 44mm x 220mm (WxHxD). It is also compatible with Ecler’sWPaVOL volume remote wall panel.

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