Harbinger’s new LP9800 is 14-channel powered mixer, part of its LvL series, that provides 800 watts of power. Users are able to drive stereo mains, split the power to handle both mains and monitors, or deliver all 800 watts in Mono Bridge mode. Each power-amp channel (mains and monitors) has a level control and a 5-segment LED input meter so you can check levels at a glance.
Line-level preamp outputs are provided for feeding powered stereo main and mono monitor speakers, so Harbinger says the LP9800 works great with virtually any speaker system. A pair of 1/4-inch line-level inputs let you route stereo signals directly to the amplifier.
You get 14 input channels with nine XLR microphone inputs and 1/4″ TRS balanced line inputs-each with a -25 dB pad, rumble filter, and clip indicator-plus three stereo channels with XLR mic and 1/4″ TS inputs, and a total of 14 line inputs. That’s easily enough to mix and manage sound for an entire band. Every input channel has a three-band EQ, effects send, and aux send. Globally switched, +48 volt phantom power serves all microphone inputs.
Dual, 9-band graphic EQ lets you shape the main or monitor mix. RCA Aux In and Aux Out jacks can route break music from a CD/MP3 player, send the main mix to a recording device, and more.
A 24-bit, stereo, digital effects processor delivers studio-grade reverb, delays and various other effects, complete with a Quick Parameter control, on/off switch, and 16 performance-ready presets. The effects can be routed to both the mains and the monitors, with separate level controls. You even get a jack for an effects-bypass footswitch (not included).
It lists for $349 and all the specs are here.