WWW.ALTOPROFESSIONAL.COMOctober 22, 2014
Live performances are more than just a job, they are an experience for the performers, the audience and for the sound engineer. The EMPIRE TMX series was engineered to precise specifications to deliver the kind of performance you demand, while giving you everything you need to create an unforgettable experience. The EMPIRE TMX160DFX is part of the TMX line, which also includes the TMX200DFX, TMX120DFX and TMX80FX.
The TMX160DFX is loaded with all the connections you need including 30 total inputs comprised of 12 XLR jacks with phantom power, 16 Line jacks and stereo RCA. These low-noise channels are your best friend when connecting instruments, mics, or even your iPod for playing between sets. Even better, each mono and stereo channel has its own 3-shelf EQ, so you can dial in every nuance you need in seconds. A/D and D/A conversion is performed with 24-bit precision, which means you'll never have a "What was that?" moment. Easy-to-view knobs with incredibly smooth movement help to make mixing feel like playing a fine instrument.
The TMX160DFX's on-board Alesis digital effects processor provides pristine 24-bit, ultra-clean digital effects you, and the audience, won't soon forget. Effects include Large Hall, Medium Hall, Large Room, Medium Room, Karaoke, Short Spring Reverb, Long Spring Reverb, Chamber, Mono Delay, Mono Echo,Stereo Echo, Flanger, Chorus, Reverb + Chorus, Reverb + Delay and Thickener.
Did we mention power? The TMX160DFX comes standard with the ability to deliver ultra-clean power at 2 x 750W (4-ohms) or 1500W (8-ohms bridged). These aren't peak rating either, this is pure continuous power. In short, it's a beast. Fortunately, all that power isn't as heavy as you might expect. Weighing in at just under 28 pounds, the TMX160DFX is a clear winner in the power-to-weight class.
Whether you need just 8 channels, a full 20 or anything in-between, the Alto Professional EMPIRE TMX series has something to help you create an unforgettable experience every time.
All information is preliminary and subject to change.