Elite Acoustics launches the D6-8 Pro acoustic amp

Complete with a six-channel mixer.

The Elite Acoustics D6-8-Pro

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Elite Acoustics has introduced its D6-8 Pro acoustic guitar amp, which comes loaded with a dearth of useful features to make gigging as an acoustic player easier.

The amplifier notably features a mixer, with a flexible I/O arrangement: two high Z instruments inputs, four mic inputs (with +48V phantom power) and six line inputs. Each channel sports independent effects, including a compressor, gate, mid-sweepable EQ, high pass filter, notch filter, phase reverse. These are powered by the same DSP engine as Elite Acoustic’s battery-powered D6-8 amplifier.

Effects are controlled and selected via a UI, with dedicated physical parameter knobs. If you want to play a backing track or fill space with music, the amp is also Bluetooth compatible for easy streaming. The mixer’s outputs allow for both a ground-lifted main mix signal and an aux mix signal to be sent to a desk or interface via XLR.

There’s also active crossover and individual amplifiers for the 8″ woofer and 1″ silkdome tweeters – meaning a more clarity across the whole frequency range of the amp.

The D6-8 Acoustic Pro lists for $899. Find out more at eliteacoustics.com.

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