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DOD SR831QX 31-Band EQ
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1/3 octave, 31-band, constant- Q equalizer housed in a 2 rack space, all-steel chassis. It includes a shielded internal power supply, balanced XLR an...Click To Read More About This Product
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Great price on a 31-band, 2-space equalizer.
1/3 octave, 31-band, constant- Q equalizer housed in a 2 rack space, all-steel chassis. It includes a shielded internal power supply, balanced XLR and 1/4" I/O. Also features a low cut filter at 50Hz with a 12dB/octave slope.
- 1/3 octave, 31-band, constant Q equalizer
- 2 rack space, all-steel chassis
- Shielded internal power supply
- Balanced XLR and 1/4" I/O
- Low cut filter at 50Hz with a 12dB/octave slope.
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I can't tell you how great this EQ is. There's no noise from it and it's just amazing, especially for the money! Talk about bang for your buck! I use this with a Mesa.Boogie Triaxis preamp and I NEVER play without it! You can sculpt your guitar tone any way you want! I highly recommend it!
As a thirty plus year sound tech, you know I understand this stuff.This GEQ is very solid and quiet. The 40mm throws allow you to make more fine adjustments than those bitty things that are one rack space. Allowing a second rack space for one piece of gear is necessary sometimes -- this is one of those times. And the price can't be beat.I put this to the test with a four way system, a brutal test. I put on program material that went all the way through the spectrum from 20 hz to the theoretical 20khz (when our ears really only go to about 17khz).I know how to tune systems in almost any environment so they will sound natural, which is what you want to accomplish with EQ, to restore what is lost and to remove what is added, so the person and their equipment and/or voice will sound natural, like it does without all the gear in between you and them.This unit accomplished everything I required it to do. I also use dbx EQ's and have used Klark-Technik, too. While the other more expensive units are smoother and quieter, the DOD stood its own quite well. It was as quiet as it needs to be and during silent passages, and for all practical applications, added no discernable noise to the signal that would matter. It was neglegible. I have no problem with it.It's a very good unit with good controls and would make a very satisfactory sound for your system.
These EQ's are very well built. Look and sound great. Perfect for my live sound needs. There 10's all the way!!!