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.

Marshall AR-DM22-B

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.

Marshall AR DM 31 B

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.

Marshall AR DM 31

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.