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Technics SH-GE90

Digital Sound Processor (1992-02)

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Technics SH-GE90


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

Weight: 3kg


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Reviewed Jul 07th, 2017 by technicsman50

The SH-GE-90 graphic equilizer DSP is a great piece of equipment and easy to use .
I gave it a rating of 9 because each individual frequency cannot be changed individually if desired but other than that is great

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 £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 £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 :)



re: SH-GE90

I like a flashy display in general, but this one was fluctuating with a very low refresh rate, like 5HZ, from left to right. The condensor C715, 100uf, 50V was bad. replaced it with 100uf, 63V. This EQ is clearly influenced by the love of the Japanese for Karaoke, it has 2 microphone inputs, a pitch shifting and echo option and a room simulation.

re: SH-GE90

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