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«  Wow! »

Publié le 03/25/11 à 17:20

Analog EQ parametric extract neumann radio consoles.
Transistor (IC) and Haufe transformers.
no connection, should the rack with Tuchel.

Very nice quality fabricaton.
ach!

UTILIZATION


3 bands with 2 bandwidths for each.
each band has 11 frequencies, and +15 or -15 db
The boost / cut are 2, 4, 6, 10, 15 Db
all knobs are notched.
a bypass switch.

Not shelve, no filter. No level control input and output. It is therefore both simple and specialized therefore incomplete. but it goes fast to the essentials.

I love the knobs ribbed tictic is made, toctoc, and there is or there is not, but we will not take the head.


SOUND QUALITY


It's a great tool!
It does not distort the sound, and he can get anything you want to highlight, hide the misery if necessary.

2 @ 15k broadband: a nice "dive" arrives on the voices and cymbals, AC stands alone in the mix.
-4 @ 285Hz, and byebye cardboard piece of sound ungrateful.
4 @ 3K, broadband arrives without the presence snuffle all sources
6 @ 40Hz Narrowband: lower farm without drooling on the foot.

the list goes on, these modules are hell.

Attention to the entry level, if high boost, should mitigate some if not before it does not cash, but I forgive them all.
IF you need a shelve or filter, bin BE USED need something else. damage.


OVERALL OPINION


2 years of Use.

Always satisfied.
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