Mics or speakers
Crutchfield customer from Tallahassee, FL on 4/16/2021
For a home setup, this is great. Especially appreciate the option for +-6db or +-15DB. ATM it's being used to tweak 2 microphones, but would be great for setting up a pair of studio speakers to be nice and neutral.
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Nice 31 band EQ for the money.
Steve from Anchorage Alaska on 5/15/2016
Nice 31 band E
Pros: great price
Cons: Instruction manual could be improved to describe all of the different ways to run the signal with a mixing board with the pros and cons of each method.
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RPM from Westons Mills NY on 2/26/2016
I have a mish mash of vintage analog and new digital audio gear at my home and wanted to tweak the dynamic range in my primary listening room. I hooked up between my amp and preamp with a pair of 1/4 phone to RCA connector cables and plugged into the surge protector my other components are plugged into. Unluckily I had the dreaded ground loop "HUM" when I powered the gear up. Luckily I was able to eliminate that issue by using an extension cord and plugging the EQ alone into a wall receptacle across the room. Very happy with the design. Its a nice 31 band EQ unit for the money.
Pros: Ease of setup. Light weight. Adjustable gain. Attractive design.
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Frank R from Mt. Pleasant, TX on 5/12/2015
After refitting my 40 uear old home made solid walnut Bose 901 speakers with new drivers I replaced my old equalizer with this one. The sound quality obtained after careful tuning to the room acoustics is amazing and the best I have heard from them.
Pros: The 31 bands allow very fine tuning to the room acoustics. The +16 dB boost is what the bass and high treble needed.
Cons: Input uses phone jacks instead of RCA phonograph jacks (a minor issue).
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