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Aphex 103A Aural Exiter TYPE C
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  • Bruno REYBruno REY

    A great device failed in 2010

    Aphex 103A Aural Exiter TYPE CPublished on 11/11/10 at 04:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The APHEX Type C generates harmonics on any signal passing through it. Two channels, separate, but a "yes or no" for both. Excellent with lots of sounds: Rhodes, Hammond, Vocals, Drums, Brass. It regenerates harmonics that are not there, or very weak, instead of adding treble! Analog in and out in Jack or RCA

    UTILIZATION

    use is bone simple. A knob to the "DRIVE": in fact, the "threshold" of the trip. A knob for the "TUNE": search frequencies to regenerate. A knob to the "MIX" Between its direct and APHEX.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Is the kind of device that you hear when it is removed. One has the impression, by keeping BYPASS, throw a big heavy curtain on the processed sounds!

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    The APHEX Type C generates harmonics on any signal passing through it. Two channels, separate, but a "yes or no" for both. Excellent with lots of sounds: Rhodes, Hammond, Vocals, Drums, Brass. It regenerates harmonics that are not there, or very weak, instead of adding treble! Analog in and out in Jack or RCA

    UTILIZATION

    use is bone simple. A knob to the "DRIVE": in fact, the "threshold" of the trip. A knob for the "TUNE": search frequencies to regenerate. A knob to the "MIX" Between its direct and APHEX.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Is the kind of device that you hear when it is removed. One has the impression, by keeping BYPASS, throw a big heavy curtain on the processed sounds!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it since the late 80's, but I just acquire a character. Finally!
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