31 band analog EQ 1 / 3 of octave.
Volume to get up to 6 db
Long fader almost 5cm
The SP model has in addition a set of cut-off frequency (16 to 160Hz and 3k to 32k) but also a gate (-70 to -20) limiter (-6 to +20 dB) and a module to +-8dB across a frequency range (16 to 160 and a 25k 2k5)
The only "trick" that does not switch on / off and frequency.
It is quite possible disconnect / connect when the system is a bottom. Only the disconnection will cause a short break but no "POP" noise or other devastating.
Balanced XLR connectors while
Very easy to use. You turn the knobs or we change the position of the zippers are opened and the ears.
It can hardly be simpler.
The sound quality is impeccable. It is not quite clear, from what I heard when it is activated the bass is much less clear and overflowing with everything "0" so that it is more beneficial.
Each pull affects the signals, we can choose exactly how often knock / increase.
I use it for several years without having a very competent person. I did have acquired some time ago.
The characteristic I like most is the sound of the unit and precision! I like the least .... er there is none.
Before I have a small pro behringer ultra-graph but it is not comparable. One is a toy and the other a true turie. With the behringer one could move the buttons in all directions there was no significant difference. I had the opportunity to have eq yamaha but they are even worse.
The value for money is very good indeed the unit is expensive but worth the cost. I do it again without hesitation that choice (bought on ocaz fanzine: D).
Note that the audio is buy scv-mail and again the same eq (with a mug of green Martian any) under reference EQ231-GSP
This eq is relatively deep (almost 30cm)
Simply has to have is excellent.
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sensei's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
View the previous opinion. Meisner is the SPR with the 231 phase inverter.
A dual channel graphic EQ 31 bands (20 - 20kHz + / - 15 dB), shelving bass / treble adjustment (16 - 160 and 2.5 kHz - 25 kHz) to + / - 8 dB. Gate and limiter, low cut, high cut (16 - 160 and 3 kHz - 32 kHz). Each section to its on / off switch per channel (Figure - shelving - dynamic)
Very comprehensive for a machine on 3 U
It is undoubtedly his forte! I used it for many years as EQ sound front, very powerful and accurate. Now, for 1 years, I have one that is out of the mix on any console.
What I like most is the sound of the machine, very precise, very musical, not aggressive, it can really do what we want. Eq a premium, with the potato. (Nothing to do with DBX or BSS Opal low end, and exit directly Berhinger and company.)
The direct competitor is the DN360 Klark Tecnik, more powerful correction (+ / - 18 db) but much less complete. The Klark its place live on stage for returns, the SCV to its place in studio operations finer and more complete.
What I love is the shelving at 32 kHz ... it gives the air, it brought out the sweetness but with the Harmonic Analog ... it is happiness .. P'ti and then a blow to 40 hz and then explodes down .. The filters are perfect for preparing your premaster (cut to 30 Hz) and limiter (although I do not use it in the studio) is perfect for live mixer nag too. The gate is fine with me, sweet release and slow attack, very well getting out of the mix.
Personally, a copy EQ, very known in France (supremacy of Klark live). A very nice tool for all lovers of sound.
I use the following string: output mix analog Soundcraft DC2020 - EQ SCV - Focusrite Liquid Channel Pair of used compressor / A / D converter end - record on DAW mix. And it works as hell the day I have a little money, I converted before the Liquid Channel (with Weiss for example) and uses emulation preamp in addition to digital compressor SC before the record ... Yum, just thinking about it ...