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Hallyd Hallyd
Publié le 07/19/06 à 15:33
12 filters numriques indpendants type Notch channel: frquence dintervention between 40 Hz and 20 kHz, CONTRL automatically.
Width filter: adjustable by the user, 1 / 10 or 1 / 5 doctave *, Q constant.
RESOLUTION: 1 Hz
Durencessaire frquence then resumed to eliminate feedback: 0.4 seconds 1 kHz
Rpartition dynamic filters / fixed per channel adjustable by the user, dernire mmorise configuration.
(*): Below of approx 200 Hz the feedback filters are increasing their width lgrement to the dacclrer reprage of these frquences Larsen, o is is often severe background noise (rumble).
INPUT / OUTPUT
Maximum dentre / output: +27 dBV peak (symtrique), +21 dBV peak (asymtrique).
Impdance load: 600 Ohms suprieure
Impdance dentre:> 40 kohms, or symtrique asymtrique, hot spot in 2
Impdance Output: 150 Ohms nominal, or symtrique asymtrique, hot spot in 2
Bypass: physical if the power cord (sent directly from the exit).
Reserved Dynamic: 23 dB peak (4 dBV nominal level dentre, symtrique).
Connectors dentre / output: XLR 3 points and 6.35 mm TRS
CHARACTERISTICS **
Rponse in frquence: 20 Hz to 20 kHz, + / -0.3 dB
Difference in gain between the two channels: + / - 0.2 dB
Spectral variation: + / - 0.25 dB, 20 Hz to 20 kHz
S / N ratio:> 100 dB
Total harmonic distortion: <0 005% 1 kHz
<0.01% 20 Hz 10 kHz
<0.025% 10 Hz 20 kHz
Dynamic range:> 105 dB
(**) Values ​​face with a measuring device Audio Precision System One Model 322 or equivalent.
Supply voltage
- Position 230 VAC: 200 240 Volts, 50/60 Hz
- Position 115 VAC: 100 130 Volts, 50/60 Hz
FUSE
- Position 230 VAC: fuse 0.06 A, 10 W, 0.080 AT
- Position 115 VAC: fuse 0.1 A, 10 W, 0.160 A SB
WEIGHT
- 3.6 kg (nominal)

UTILIZATION

Extra a simple child's play

SOUND QUALITY

Extremely effective at least in auto mode with respect to the manual mode not express ass !!!!!!!!
I use it on my microphone Neumann KMS 105, which asked me a lot of problem of feedback but it's ancient history now is the top and I highly recommend it because there is not for me best on the market

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a few hours but completely convinced dj
I love everything about this unit not throw
EXCELLENT price quality ratio I think even that there is no better way to treat the problem of feedback that does DBX dfend not too bad in this area also with their model afs 224.Si I need silent again this choice undoubtedly
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