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Designed from the ground up to provide state-of-the-art signal processing, the DriveRack 220i is the perfect tool for any fixed-install application. With a full complement of processing features and Mic/Line inputs the DriveRack 220i can provide both system and microphone processing. Featuring the new, patent-pending Advanced Feedback Suppression (AFS) algorithm, equalization, dynamics processing, delay, matrix mixing, and bandpass filters, the DriveRack 220i will exceed your expectations.The DriveRack 220i is piloted from the intuitive DriveWare GUI that offers both Configuration and Control of the processing modules. Modules can be accessed, edited and saved as part of programs. Processing modules can be linked between the channels for true stereo processing. If independent processing is desired, parameters can be copied from one channel to the next to ensure that setup is quick and easy. Stored programs can be loaded from either the front panel or from wall mounted Zone Controllers. Zone Controllers can also be used for output muting or adjusting output volumes.What type of microphone do I need to use with my DRPA?You need an omni-directional, flat frequency, measurement microphone. The dbx RTA-M ($149.95 MSRP)is perfect for this application and is available from your local dbx dealer.Why can`t I use just a regular mic to pink my room?The RTA needs to be able to pick up all frequencies from 20Hz to 20kHz. Regular mics have frequency plots that can be all over the place. Bumps and dips at various frequencies would cause the RTA to hear pink noise incorrectly.Can I make a mono input to 4 or 6 full-range output configuration on the DRPA? Yes, you can select mono input while in the WIZARD mode. This will split input 1 signal to input 2. You can then run the HI/LO pass filters on the x-over out to 20Hz-20kHz on all six outputs.