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RMX16 gets a makeover

RMX16 gets a makeover

RMX16 gets a makeover

The digital reverberation system is being relaunched in hardware format

Nearly 40 years since it made its debut, AMS Neve’s RMX16 digital reverberation system is being relaunched in hardware format as part of the company’s rackmounted 500 Series. The RMX16 500 digital reverb module incorporates the nine programs that came as standard with the original RMX16 plus the nine rare aftermarket programs that were only available to users via a remote control with barcode reader input. The module comes in a three-slot wide format and 18 factory programs including the Ambience, Nonlin and Reverse. Designed to be musical rather than simply implementing mathematical algorithms, AMS Neve has taken care to replicate the complex sonic characters of the original unit’s analogue and converter circuitry.

With micro-programmed parallel processing of 16-bit data, the RMX16 500 also features an 18kHz bandwidth, allowing it to be used as a high-quality digital delay line; 90dB dynamic range and 0.03% distortion in delay mode; adjustable input and output levels for optimum signal-to-noise performance; low power consumption (and therefore cool running); independent control of each program’s fundamental reverberant parameters; and ‘nudge buttons’ to increment or decrement data for all selectable reverberation functions. Alphanumeric program descriptions have been incorporated for ease of use when storing or recalling information for the unit’s memory, while a new rotary push encoder allows all parameters and settings to be adjusted by ear. A new wet/dry mix blend function and updated save/recall feature with 100 user-defined memory slots are also included.

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