TOA mixer amplifier made for mosques
A six channel digital mixer amplifier designed specifically for mosques has been designed by Japanese manufacturer TOA. Named the MX-6224D, the mixer amplifier has been created in recognition of the fact that while the number of mosques around the world is increasing, there are few sound systems capable of meeting their complex requirements.
Ideally intended for small to medium sized mosques, the MX-6224D is described by the manufacturer as an affordable solution offering simple operation that requires little technical knowledge. Features include two onboard 120W digital amplifiers with DSP plus six mic inputs, all of which offer three band EQ. Three of the inputs also boast increased sensitivity to 6dBV, reportedly allowing greater freedom of movement for the user, while a number of reverbs are available plus a high-pass filter. Built-in loudspeaker equalisation means that the MX-6224D is optimised for use with TOA’s BS-1030 and TC-631M models.
Finally, while the MX-6224D can be fully controlled from its front panel, an optional remote control is also available, connecting to the main unit via Cat-5.