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BugBrand announces that the first 15 modules of the second version of its PEQ parametric equalizer are now available.

PEQ v2 is an equalizer that features three parametric sections with Butterworth high-cut (400Hz - 20kHz) and low-cut (20Hz - 1.4kHz) filters with a 12dB / octave slope.

Each parametric section (20Hz - 340Hz, 80Hz - 2.4kHz and 600Hz - 16kHz) includes a 15dB boost/cut control and frequency bands are variable between 1/3 and 3 octaves more less or more pronounced effect.

This new version has a revamped input/output circuit with a balanced output on 1/4” jack (the 1/4” input is unbalanced) ; a two-way switch now manages the bypass and BugBrand refined the adjustments for extended frequency and Q ranges.

The PEQ v2 is mono and powered by a universal 12V external supply. BugBrand even provides different plugs for the different countries.

15 modules are now available for sale for the price of £190 excl. taxes at www.bugbrand.co.uk.

 

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