APart PXQ 2215 user reviews
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- An analog equalizer bands 2x15 2 / 3 octave + / -6 or 12dB, in 19 "rack 1U, a priori fairly standard (gains and LED indicators usual) but with a crossover and paramtrable dbrayable on each channel This makes the diffrence with most of its competitors. It can work as an active filter 2 x 2 basic ways.
Input and output XLR and RCA symtriques.
- Operation is intuitive. Despite the growing number of connectors and potentiomtres rglage due to the prsence filters, srigraphie the rear face is clear.
Anyone with basic knowledge of sound can use this product even if it does not have time to read the manual.
- Sound Quality
- With 6 frquences under 300Hz and Linkwitz-Riley filters, work on the lower part of the spectrum is a pleasure. He also contributed a great momentum around my Systm 900/1200Hz.
In normal use, with good Cables, we do not peroit a breath or distortion, even beyond the 6 dB, in contrast to other models.
Ms. playing with extreme corrections, the rponse is "natural". Recorded music (rock, jazz and electro), with and without voice vocoder, Latin percussion, bass, guitar, electronic drums ... He behaves any medium trs well in all situations and is unobtrusive.
In faade, without of course work miracles, this product not "save" the sound of Systmes average quality by eliminating bumps or filling large holes, but also found its place in a system I o pro rglages finest are required.
- Overall Opinion
- I use it for 3 months now it has changed several times to place as needed (faade, back, live, DJ, theater ...).
I heard Behringer, the first products we offer in-store systmatiquement. I also had a hand between Gemini, a Samson and a dbx. The quality of sound and especially the PXQ2215 prsence filters have prevailed over its competitors.
Obviously, this product is a bit more expensive than others, but it is worth its price. A counselor, PXQ 2215 can make many services, such as the correction of a system with subwoofers in a small or medium room and mobile use.
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- Type: 2 x 15, 2 / 3 octave.
In addition an X-over: Adjustable 20-300 Hz, 24 dB / oct. Linkwitz-Riley
EQ Control Range: + / - 6 dB or 12 dB selectable
Inputs: XLR Balanced 20 kOhm, 15 kOhm RCA Cinch
Outputs: Sub Out / High Fullrange out: balanced XLR + RCA Cinch
Distortion: 0.02% (at 1kHz, all slider at center)
Frequency Response: 20 Hz to 50 kHz,-3dB (all slider at center)
Signal to Noise Ratio: 93 dB
Dimensions (H x W x D): 44 x 483 x 280 mm
Weight: 3.5 Kg
Its uniqueness is to have a sub filter, a cross-over on each of 2 channels that can filter separately a sub or bi-amplification.
- Pro in its design.
It is a normal 2x15 bands to + / - 6dB or 12dB, fair and flawless and quiet enough for
- Correct the acoustics of a home studio.
- Correct a sound "club"
The knobs are small and close race, but it fits in 1U, you can not have it all. They "stick" well to the chassis.
Most is her 2 cross-over of Linkwitz-Riley filters that allow one or two sub or bi-amping stereo in the same box. Practice!
20 to 300 Hz on each channel
Slope-24dB / octave
Volume + or - 6dB adjustable output.
- Sound Quality
background noise (-93dB) is perhaps less far than a Klark (-114dB), but finally we are still in the muffler.
Seen commbien it is easy to correct what the analyzer offers, I suspect (not measured) that the phase rotations are almost as imperceptible as a Klark drumfilters and that are calibrated in 1 / 4 of frog hair ass *.
And that means when we equalized in the right steps. And there it means. Only the 15 bands, of course, but it's pretty.
* Unit of measure very family that I like.
- Overall Opinion
- I did not long ago, but I'm not at my first. I had these useless DBX 215 Klark-Teknik and DN27, DN31 and DN60 analyzer.
+ = Build quality, price
- = Evil distributed.