Digital Sound Processor (1993-00)
Input Sensitivity: 1V
Output Level: 1V (6V max)
Gain: ± 0dB
Frequency response: 15Hz to 20kHz
Signal to Noise Ratio: 86dB
Total harmonic distortion: 0.08%
Control Range: ± 12dB
Frequency Bands: 31.5, 40, 50, 63, 80, 100, 125, 160, 220, 315, 450, 630, 800, 1K, 1.25K, 1.6K, 2.2K, 3.15K, 4.5K, 6.3K, 8K, 10K, 12.5K, 16KHz
Dimensions: 430 x 92 x 290mm
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Reviewed Oct 04th, 2016 by Baldnolocks
I dunno why rating for this EQ seems like low, i have been using this one for ages, since perfect does'nt exist, i give this one a 8
Reviewed Jul 01st, 2015 by Stimpy
Having owned this unit for a few years, I can say that it was the worst equalizer I ever owned.
This EQ was basicly a unit where it's roots were firmly entrenched in Midi-System technology, complete with fake Hall Church Disco etc fake echos and reverbs. All they served to do, was to make your system sound like a trashy Â£300 Aiwa midi system! It has a huge flashy display, which seems to promise so many EQ bands to adjust, but actually, it is a lie, as the display has 6 times more bands on it than what can actually be adjusted. So this EQ only actually had only 3 adjustable frequencies, and a 3 point parametric EQ, which uses a jog-dial to move your curves.
Products like this one, are why Graphic Equalizers have such a bad name. To say that I was not happy with this unit is an understatement! I had upgraded to this unit from an old Marantz EQ-551, and that was a REAL equalizer, with 10 adjustable frequencies per channel, with a real 12dB of boost or cut!
It was a good thing that this was given to me by a friend, and that I did not pay Â£350 for it, as was it's insane price back when it was released! Technics actually had the nerve to call this their top-of-the-range EQ!!!
Stay very far away from this unit, it sounds crap, and can only be purchased if you want a huge flashy display, and the ability to bring cheap midi system Karaoke to your vintage stack!
Reviewed Oct 14th, 2013 by minhazul007
Excellent Product. I am very Satisfied :)