Installed Sound Applications
|Sometimes a 10 band graphic equalizer isn't enough, but a 30 band EQ is overkill. For applications like these ARX have designed the ARX EQ215 dual channel 15 band graphic equalizer. Built to the same standards as their EQ260, it is designed especially for applications where the program material is predominantly pre-recorded and pre-processed. Typical applications are in DJ systems, Karaoke bars, home theatre, project and budget studio control rooms as well as and home stereo systems.|
|Delivering professional performance, it takes up minimal rack space being neatly housed in a compact 2 RU all steel chassis. On the EQ215 's front panel, each channel has 15 of the new extended resolution long throw, centre grounding faders, switchable to either ±15dB or ±6dB.. There is also a gain recovery control with up to +10 dB of gain; a clip LED to indicate circuit overload, a sweepable 20-200Hz high pass filter, and an in/out hardwire bypass switch which removes the EQ215 completely from the signal path.|
Internally, the EQ215 features a constant Q circuitry making the graphical representation of the sliders on the front panel more accurately reflecting the changes made to the sound: 'what you see is what you get.'
Additionally, at the 0dB slider position each filter is, in effect, removed from the circuit to further enhance the EQ215 's low noise figures.
On the rear panel, each channel of the EQ215 has true differential balanced inputs and servo balanced outputs, with both XLR as well as convenient TRS balanced jack connectors. There is also an audio ground lift switch to isolate the audio ground from the chassis ground.
AC power range is a universal 100 to 120V or 220 to 240V AC, and is connected to the unit via a removable power lead and standard 3 pin IEC connector, with built-in fuse and voltage switch.