BSS Blu-50 Processor

Blu-50 Half Rack 4×4 Signal Processor with BLU link £POA

BSS Blu-50 Processor

The BSS Blu-50 Processor is a half-rack width processor that offers a fixed configuration of four inputs and four outputs, configurable signal processing, logic processing and BLU link. The device can be powered with the included 12VDC power supply but can accept 12-48VDC via a terminal block connector. The BLU-50 can also be powered with PoE+ via the Ethernet port, allowing the device to be powered, configured, controlled and monitored using a single Cat 5e cable.

The analog inputs of the BLU-50 provide software configurable gain in 6dB steps up to +48dB per channel and software selectable Phantom Power per channel. Phantom Power, Signal Present and Clip information per channel is easily accessible, without the requirement for a PC, from clear front panel LED indication.

Ideal Fixed Installations for the BSS Blu-50 Processor

Please call us at Old Barn Audio on 01892 752246 if you have any questions or would like to buy a BSS Blu-50 Processor or any other processors from BSS for installation in your business premises.

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