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dbx iEQ-15 Graphic EQ
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The dbx iEQ-15 Graphic EQ delivers uncompromised dbx sonic integrity enhanced with a powerful array of flexible feature. Includes AFS one-touch feedb...Click To Read More About This Product
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Dual 15-band EQ with world-class noise reduction.
The dbx iEQ-15 Graphic EQ delivers uncompromised dbx sonic integrity enhanced with a powerful array of flexible feature. Includes AFS one-touch feedback suppression, Type V noise reduction, and PeakStopPlus limiting. Switchable ±6 or ±15dB boost/cut range; ±12dB input gain range; 40mm faders; and nonconductive nylon sliders give you precision command. 10Hz to 22kHz frequency response, 110dB dynamic range, 2/3-octave Constant Q frequency bands, and internal toroidal transformer. 1/4" TRS, XLR, and Euroblock balanced and unbalanced RF-filtered inputs and outputs.
- Dual 15-band EQ
- AFS one-touch feedback suppression
- Type V noise reduction
- PeakStopPlus limiting
- Switchable ±6 or ±15dB boost/cut range
- ±12dB input gain range
- 40mm faders
- Nonconductive nylon sliders
- 10Hz to 22kHz frequency response
- 110dB dynamic range
- 2/3-octave Constant Q frequency bands
- Internal toroidal transformer
- 1/4" TRS, XLR, and Euroblock balanced and unbalanced RF-filtered inputs and outputs
- Impedance: balanced 40koms, unbalanced 20kohms
- Max input level: >=22dBu balanced or unbalanced
- CMRR: >40dB, typically >55dB at 1kHz
- Impedance: Balanced >120ohms, unbalanced >60ohms
- Max output level: >+20dBu balanced/unbalanced into 2kohms or greater
- Bandwidth: 20Hz to 20kHz, ±-0.5dB
- Signal-to-noise ratio: >94dB, unweighted, ref +4dBu, 22kHz measurement bandwidth
- Dynamic range: >110dB, unweighted, >113dB A weighted
- THD+Noise: <0.005%, 0.02% typical at +dBu, 1kHz
Interchannel crosstalk: <-80dB, 20Hz to 20kHz
Operating voltage: 100VAC 50/60Hz, 120VAC 60Hz; 230VAC 50/60Hz
- Power consumption: 14W
- Mains connection: IEC receptacle
- 19"W x 3-1/2"H x 7.9"D
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Comments about dbx iEQ-15 Graphic EQ:
iEQ-15 is AFS, NR, EQ and limiter in one. Used it in a venue and had the following comments:1. EQ- Plus side: EQ is fantastic, accurate and managed to hunt down run-away freqs (with the help of laptop spectrum analyzer) Down-side: go with 31 for higher Q.2. AFS: +side: able to notch fback accurately, 3 Q sets, fixed/live mode works-side: slllloowww. even if level is 0db as prescribed, fback happens loud enough and long enough before it's killed (too late). I resorted to item 1. to kill fback faster.3. NR: +Side: quiets the hissing tape-recorded voice recording very effectively.-Side: high frequency hiss tends to 'breath' between loud/quiet passagesOVERALL: Great equipment, light and portable (one chord, one unit). Good price.Recommendation: EQ and AFS should really be 2 UNITS. Sharing the same buss confuses the heck out of the AFS.