Radial Engineering Q4 Parametric EQ
Radial Engineering announces the Q4 class-A parametric equalizer.
The Q4 is a line level device designed to interface with balanced audio recording systems. It features four EQ bands with fixed low and high frequency shelving at 100Hz and 10kHz, plus two semi-parametric mid bands that span between 300Hz ~ 2.4kHz and 1kHz ~ 12kHz respectively. Each mid band is also equipped with choice of wide or narrow Q to open up the sweet spot or tighten it. All frequencies are set with up to 12dB of boost or cut. The EQ may be bypassed to compare the pre and post effect.
As with other Radial 500 series modules, the Q4 is encased in steel to provide durability and screening against outside electro-magnetic fields. Inside, the Q4 features a double sided circuit board with through-hole parts. When mounted inside a Workhorse rack, the Omniport serves as a ¼" TRS I/O that can be interfaced with a mixer's insert point using a simple TRS connector. The Q4 is made in Canada and guaranteed for 3 years.
Pricing & Availability:
The Q4 will start shipping October 2012. Estimated retail price: $800 USD.
Visit Radial Engineering for more details.
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