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Channel Strip from dbx

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theonetheone

excellent

dbx 376Published on 01/03/12 at 03:01
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
strip lamp with built-in digital converter 19 "rack 1U. used to boost a voice on stage and in studio (French music, timbre close to Keane). type, U.S." thick ", the choice of sources, processing, output format, I used it connected digitally to a 03D, the set is very powerful with enormous potential!

UTILIZATION

no worries. notched knobs are very nice, screen clear. the manual is almost unnecessary (for me anyway).

SOUND QUALITY

treatment of the lamp brings roundness, warmth undeniable, but it is typed perfectly meets my needs and use that I have.

OVERALL OPINION

most, the sound, the choice of format and output connectors.

the least ... to quibble, as the previous notice:...…
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strip lamp with built-in digital converter 19 "rack 1U. used to boost a voice on stage and in studio (French music, timbre close to Keane). type, U.S." thick ", the choice of sources, processing, output format, I used it connected digitally to a 03D, the set is very powerful with enormous potential!

UTILIZATION

no worries. notched knobs are very nice, screen clear. the manual is almost unnecessary (for me anyway).

SOUND QUALITY

treatment of the lamp brings roundness, warmth undeniable, but it is typed perfectly meets my needs and use that I have.

OVERALL OPINION

most, the sound, the choice of format and output connectors.

the least ... to quibble, as the previous notice: the instrument input lacks a bit of banana.

The dbx 376 has perfectly met my needs, I had carefully selected for my own use then to repeat without hesitation!
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dbx 376Published on 02/12/04 at 18:33
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
The 376 in a single device intgre 1U all essential audio processing tools dune strip
Here you a complte range of treatment, including:

Prampli micro lamps
3-band correction paramtrique
Compressor
De-Esser
Output numrique

UTILIZATION

SINGLE OF USE
S THE SOUND MADE SIMPLE (JUST TURN THE EFFORT OF BUTTONS)
HIC JUST A MANUAL IN ENGLISH BUT A GOOD EAR AND A LITTLE TIME AND TEST TOUR AND PLAY

SOUND QUALITY

RODE NT2 COUPLING MY SOUND OF VOICE IS MUCH CLEANER HOT
DEESEUR THE WAY THE WONDER NSAIDs COMPRESSOR

OVERALL OPINION

L I used for about 6 J FOR ME AND AM SATISFIED
ITS much hotter than the competitors the same price (FOCUSRITE)
C IS FOR A GOOD PRODUCT TO A...…
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The 376 in a single device intgre 1U all essential audio processing tools dune strip
Here you a complte range of treatment, including:

Prampli micro lamps
3-band correction paramtrique
Compressor
De-Esser
Output numrique

UTILIZATION

SINGLE OF USE
S THE SOUND MADE SIMPLE (JUST TURN THE EFFORT OF BUTTONS)
HIC JUST A MANUAL IN ENGLISH BUT A GOOD EAR AND A LITTLE TIME AND TEST TOUR AND PLAY

SOUND QUALITY

RODE NT2 COUPLING MY SOUND OF VOICE IS MUCH CLEANER HOT
DEESEUR THE WAY THE WONDER NSAIDs COMPRESSOR

OVERALL OPINION

L I used for about 6 J FOR ME AND AM SATISFIED
ITS much hotter than the competitors the same price (FOCUSRITE)
C IS FOR A GOOD PRODUCT TO A GOOD VOICE COUPLER MICRO YOUR SOUND VERY NICE TAKE A CHARLEUR A GOOD PREAMP SETTING AND THERE IS NOTHING TO ADD TO MIX JUST A LITTLE ECHO AND QUALMITE ADT with return
VIEW PRICES IN LINE WITH THE BEST SO I C remake THE SAME THING
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: dbx
  • Model: 376
  • Category: Channel Strips
  • Added in our database on: 08/24/2006
Specifications
Mic Preamp Connector Female XLR Pin 2 Hot; Electronically balanced/unbalanced
Mic Preamp Input Impedance 330Ω
Mic Preamp max input level -9 dBu or +11 dBu with 20 dB pad engaged
CMRR >40dB, Typically 55dB
Mic Preamp Equivalent Input Noise (EIN) Typically -120 dBu with a 150Ω source load, 20Hz to 20kHz BW
Input Connectors (instrument/line) 1/4" Jack
Input Type (line) Electronically balanced/unbalanced; (instrument) Unbalanced
Max Input (instrument/line) +21dBu balanced or unbalanced
Gain Adjustment Range (drive control) Line/Instrument: -15dB to +15dB; Mic: +30dB to +60dB
Output Connectors Male XLR Pin 2 Hot and TRS 1/4"
Output Type Servo-balanced/unbalanced
Output Impedance Balanced 120Ω, unbalanced 60Ω
Max Output >+21 dBu, >+20 dBm (into a 600Ω load)
Insert Connector TRS 1/4" Unbalanced
Insert Impedance 100Ω (SEND), 20kΩ (RETURN)
Digital Output Connector XLR for AES/EBU, RCA for S/PDIF
Digital Output Impedance 110Ω for AES/EBU, 75Ω for S/PDIF
Word Sync I/O Connectors BNC
Word Sync Input Impedance 75Ω terminated by internal jumper
Word Sync Input 96, 88.2, 48, or 44.1kHz word clock
Word Sync Output 96, 88.2, 48, or 44.1kHz word clock
Output Level -20dB to +20dB
Line Switch Selects between microphone and line inputs
Mic Preamp Phantom Power +48V
Pad Switch 20dB pad
Phase Invert Switch Reverses pins 2 and 3 of the microphone input XLR
Low cut Switch 75Hz, 12dB/octave high pass filter
Frequency Response (analog) <10Hz to 75kHz
THD+Noise 0.35% typical at +4dBu out, 1kHz, 40 dB gain
EQ Low Frequency 80 Hz, shelving filter
EQ High Frequency 12 kHz, shelving filter
EQ Mid Frequency Sweepable from 100 Hz to 8 kHz, bandwidth 1.5 octaves
EQ Gain (all bands) Sweepable from –15 to +15 dB
Compressor Threshold Range -40 dBu to +20 dBu
Compressor Threshold Characteristic Selectable OverEasy® or Hard Knee
Compressor Ratio Variable; 1:1 to Infinity:1; 60 dB maximum Compression
Compressor Attack Time Program-dependent; Typically 5 ms (SLOW disabled), 15 ms (SLOW enabled) for 15 dB Gain Reduction
Compressor Release Time Program-dependent; Typically 50 dB/sec (SLOW disabled), 8 dB/sec (SLOW enabled)
De-esser Characteristic Wideband gain reduction
De-esser Frequency Range 800 Hz to 10 kHz High Pass
De-esser Release Time 12 dB/octave program-dependent; approximately 1 ms/dB
A/D Converter dbx® Type IV® A/D Conversion System
Sample Rate 96, 88.2, 48, or 44.1kHz selectable
Wordlength 24, 20, or 16 bit selectable
Dither Type TPDF, SNR2, or none
Noise Shape Shape 1, Shape 2, or none
Digital Output S/PDIF or AES/EBU
Digital Output Dynamic Range 107dB typical, A-weighted, 22kHz bandwidth
Operating Voltage DO: 120VAC 60Hz, 100VAC 50/60Hz; EU: 230VAC 50/60Hz
Power Consumption 35W
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Other names: 376 tube channel strip w/digital out, 376 tube channel strip

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