Peer Review - Sabine Navigator NAV240 Rochester NY

The NAV240 fit the bill, and the setup was very fast and efficient. Among the same types in Rochester market, it is intuitive and doesn't require days of training in order to use it. We've used Sabine Navigators in the past, and we knew it would sound good.

Masline Electronics Incorporated
(585) 546-5373
511 Clinton Ave S
Rochester, NY
 
Gaines Audio
(585) 266-0780
168 Rosemont Dr
Rochester, NY
 
Goldcrest Electronics Corporation
(585) 546-8464
700 Goodman St S
Rochester, NY
 
Glenwood Sales Company
(585) 328-1600
594 Hague St
Rochester, NY
 
Arrow Electronics Incorporated
(585) 427-0300
2165 Brighton Henrietta Town Line Rd
Rochester, NY
 
Color-Tech Electronics
(585) 865-6031
2892 Dewey Ave
Rochester, NY
 
General Surplus Electronics
(585) 338-7001
182 Avenue D
Rochester, NY
 
Eic Electronics Incorporated
(585) 544-4392
85 Avenue E St
Rochester, NY
 
Time Warner Communications
(585) 756-1255
71 Mount Hope Ave
Rochester, NY
 
Metro Traffic Control
(585) 232-6840
315 Alexander St Ste 300
Rochester, NY
 

Peer Review - Sabine Navigator NAV240

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Source: PRO AV Magazine
Publication date: September 1, 2007

By Byard Hey

My Pick: Sabine Navigator NAV240

What I Like About It: This particular job required a specific feature set, and the Navigator had it all. We needed a 2 x 4 audio processor with a front panel that could be locked out, crossovers and delays, and a set of feedback control filters. The NAV240 fit the bill, and the setup was very fast and efficient. I like a product that is intuitive and doesn't require days of training in order to use it. We've used Sabine Navigators in the past, and we knew it would sound good.

I Would Change: Phoenix connectors instead of XLR would be an improvement, which are currently only available on the NAV8802.

Where I Used It: We used this product at the Nathaniel “Traz” Powell Stadium at Miami-Dade Community College in Miami.

This facility recently went through an extensive renovation to the existing football field that included new artificial turf, new running track encircling the field, and the addition of a high jump pit and pole vault pit. Nathaniel “Traz” Powell Stadium also doubles as a split-use facility for the Miami-Dade Public Schools high school track and field events as well as high school football games. The facility's existing sound system was not only out of date but also had been damaged by the hurricanes that had come through the area in the past years.

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