BBE Signal Processors
Avid Pro Tools
Native Instruments Komplete 11
Focusrite Saffire Pro 40
Pioneer CDJ Tour 1
Pioneer DJM Tour 1 Mixer
Pioneer Toraiz SP 16 Sampler
Mixars Duo Official Serator DJ Mixer
Mixars LTA Direct Drive Turntable
JBL EON One Pro
PreSonus StudioLive 16.0.2
JBL EON One Linear Array PA System
Apogee Element 24
Apogee Element 46
Apogee Element 88
Caig Deoxit d5s Contact Cleaner
Pioneer DJM S9 2 Channel Battle Mixer
Native Instruments Traktork Kontrol S8
Numark tt250 USB Professional Turntable
Shure M44 7 Competition DJ Cartridge
Fender Expo System
So which signal processor is right for you? Well, that comes down to what you will be using it for and which features are important to you. If you're looking for one to use in your home studio, you may want to have a look at the 282iR Desktop Sonic Maximizer with Unbalanced RCA and 3.5mm Connections. This two channel signal processor will be perfect for recording or sound reproduction. With smaller chassis, it's ideal for areas where space is at a premium, while still delivering the same performance as larger, rack mounted systems.
If you're looking for a processor that may be better suited to DJ rigs or other live shows at nightclubs or theatres, spend some time with the 382iSW Stereo Sonic Maximizer with Subwoofer Output. Not only does this processor offer the full-featured Sonic Maximizer engine, it also includes an independent variable subwoofer low-pass filter output as well as +20dB of headroom. With a clear sound and unmatched versatility, your live sound will reach new heights with this processor.
BBE signal processors bring the best out of your performance or recordings. And when you know you're going to sound great, it gives you the freedom to focus your attention elsewhere - like making sure you and your audience are constantly into the music.