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A Ncore question for Bruno Putzeys
A Ncore question for Bruno Putzeys
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Old 7th October 2011, 08:25 PM   #1
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Default A Ncore question for Bruno Putzeys

OK, you're coming out with the Ncore amps soon. Awesome.

Are you going to produce an updated PSC2.400d with this technology? I'd like to build a 3-way PA/bass amp speaker consisting of small sub with four 12" woofers in a compact cabinet (envision a small suitcase with two pairs of opposed, high Xmax drivers similar to the woofs on a KEF Blade) and two slightly smaller cabs with four 18Sound 6.5" mids and eight BG Neo-3 tweeters in each.

It'll be a 5 ft. tall line source mounted atop a suitcase-sized sub that will be about 7.5 ft. tall in total. With your amps, that would be some pretty potent stuff for a bassist, keyboardist, digital guitarist (imagine a full Line 6 kit with a Variax and Pod HD Pro... staggering!), a PA or even, for the insane, a home cinema/music system. For well-heeled (it won't be cheap) working musicians, it will offer true hifi sound as well as being extremely compact for the volume quality offered.

Two of your high, powered plate amp would make this rig self contained (OK, a Behringer digital EQ would come in handy for sculpting and volume duties, but that would be in the rack with the pre's so in my book it doesn't count).

So, is a Ncore version of PSC2.400d with a 24/96 processor in the works?

Just wondering.

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