2x15 EQ bands (2 independent channels) Analog
Button + / - 6dB or + / - 12dB
High-pass and low-down
Entry and sortieen xlr, jack and rca 6.35
110/220 volt switchable
20Hz to 50kHz
Signal / noise at 93dB
In practice, what to say, except that it is effective.
Could not be more simple (30 faders, 8 knobs)
The manual will not help you much, although it is very accurate and gives the basics of the technique of the Equal graph. (Notement with the frequency range of different instruments).
We like the three different connectors.
The sound is neutral, I find it "whistles" a bit in the treble but it is fair because it occurs mostly when you are 12 db gain and stronger.
Otherwise, it fits securely in a very good sound system consistent.
I paid 69 dollars in nine United States (hey hey, instead of 130 euros here ... do the math)
And frankly, for the price, compared to a relatively equivalent in behringer, but a bit more expensive, there's no pictures.
It is robust, we feel that a slider is not going to stay in the hand.
It is blue ... on the other hand, the finish is a little dirty on the rack ears (painting on the back not clean) but I'm nit-picking, after all it is primarily an audio product
and once rack ca not be seen.
At this price, why deprive yourself of a p'tit Equal booster is always ca.