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dbx IEM In-Ear Personal Monitor System Processor   

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Designed to enhance the sonic quality of in-ear personal monitors and provide level protection, the dbx IEM in-ear personal monitor processor feature...Click To Read More About This Product

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A digital signal processor designed specifically for in-ear personal monitor applications.

Designed to enhance the sonic quality of in-ear personal monitors and provide level protection, the dbx IEM in-ear personal monitor processor features legendary dbx effects like 4-band stereo compression with gating and limiting, PeakStop limiting, and 5-band parametric EQ, plus stereo adjust, dbx proprietary Type IV conversion system, and custom reverb algorithms using industry-standard Lexicon technology. The intuitive front panel provides instant access to all effects within the IEM at the push of a button, and a large custom display clearly shows all operational information.

FEATURES
  • Industry-standard Lexicon reverb algorithms
  • 48-bit internal signal path for increased headroom and low level resolution
  • Type IV A/D conversion system with TSE
  • 4-band stereo compressor and limiter with classic dbx compression
  • 5-band EQ - hi and lo shelves, 3-band fully parametric
  • PeakStop limiting
  • Stereo adjust to control your stereo image

A must-have for performers and engineers who use in-ear personal monitors and require the highest possible fidelity and functionality. Order today!

SPECIFICATIONS

IEM In-Ear Personal Monitor System Processor

  • Connectors: female XLR and 1/4'' TRS (pin 2 and tip hot)
  • Type: electronically balanced/unbalanced, RF filtered
  • 9 kOhms
  • Max input level: +24dBu balanced or unbalanced
  • 55dB at 1kHz
  • Input gain range: -? to +16dB
  • MIDI: 5-Pin DIN MIDI input jack
  • Connectors: male XLR and 1/4'' TRS (pin 2 and tip hot)
  • Type: servo-balanced/unbalanced, RF filtered
  • Impedance: balanced 120 ohms, unbalanced 60 ohms
  • +20dBm balanced/unbalanced (into 600 ohms)
  • Output gain range: -? to +16dB
  • MIDI: 5-Pin DIN MIDI out/thru jack
  • PC COMM: RS232
  • A-D conversion: 24-bit, dbx Type IV conversion system
  • Converter Dynamic Range:
  • 114dB typical, A-weighted, 22kHz bandwidth
  • 112dB typical, unweighted, 22kHz bandwidth
  • Type IV Dynamic Range:
  • Up to 127dB with transient material, A-weighted, 22kHz bandwidth
  • Up to 125dB with transient material, unweighted, 22kHz bandwidth
  • Typically 119dB with program material, A-weighted, 22kHz bandwidth
  • Typically 117dB with program material, unweighted, 22kHz bandwidth
  • THD + Noise:
  • 0.002% typical at +4dBu, 1 kHz, input gain at 0dB
  • Frequency Response:
  • 20Hz to 20kHz, +0/-0.5dB
  • Interchannel Crosstalk:
  • D-A conversion: 24-bit
  • Dynamic range: 115dB typical, A-weighted, 22kHz bandwidth
  • 112dB typical, unweighted, 22kHz bandwidth
  • THD + Noise: 0.002% typical at +4 dBu, 1 kHz, output gain at 0 dB
  • Frequency response: 20Hz to 20kHz, +0/-0.5dB
  • Operating voltage: 100-240 VAC 50/60Hz
  • Power consumption: 24W
  • Dimensions: 19''W x 1.75''H x 10''D
  • Weight: 7.14 lbs. (3.24kg)
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5.0

DBX in -ear monitor processor

By taylorplayer814

from Grain Valley, Missouri

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Just got this processor and we used in practice last night. What an awesome piece of equipment! Whatever your in ear needs are, this processor can handle it. The Lexicon reverbs give you a studio quality sound that makes you want to never take the buds out. We play acoustic music with Shure KSM 44 mics and we're just getting used to using the in-ears. You have limiting, EQ, compression, etc. For a one space rack mount unit, it sure packs a punch. Worth every penny!

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