For almost 30 years, Marshall Electronics has specialized in the development, manufacturing, and distribution of leading edge technology products for a wide range of professional Audio / Video applications. Our Headquarters, R&D Center, and Production operations are located within a few miles of Los Angeles International Airport in El Segundo, California. We are a privately owned American company with four distinct operating units, Broadcast / Multimedia Division, Optical Systems Division, Professional Audio Division and Cable and Connector Division. We operate manufacturing facilities in the US, China, Japan, Korea and Russia, along with an additional R&D Center in Portland, Oregon.
The AR-DM22-B is ideal for TV facilities, studios, post production, VTR bays, mobile production vehicles, satellite links, and wherever multichannel audio monitoring is required. The AR-DM22-B supports 16 audio channels with four slots available for interchangeable input / output modules. This unit also provides pristine audio quality and unrivaled flexibility with 100% digital processing, Class D (digital) amplification, selectable stereo downmix modes, Dolby® Digital / Dolby® E decoding capability (with optional ARDM-D552 module), a ¼” headphone jack with Level control, and an RS-485 port for on-site firmware upgrades.
The AR-DM31-B is a third generation digital audio rack-mount monitor from Marshall, featuring improved audio quality and a redesigned chassis. The AR-DM31-B has reengineered speaker enclosures to maximize output power and new front panels that allow more natural reproduction of all frequencies in the 200-20,000 Hz range. The existing volume and balance knobs have been modified for easier access.
This unit is enhanced with four pairs of balanced XLR inputs, along with a balanced XLR output for interfacing to downstream equipment. Controls include separate headphone and speaker volume with master balance and a front panel MUTE button. The unit's dual 10-segment bar graph meters provide the ability to visually monitor the audio source.