dbx 14/10 graphic equalizer Specifications

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Description: 14-band 2-channel graphic equalizer. Controlled bands: Center frequencies (Hz, ISO standard) at: 31.5, 45, 63, 90, 125, 180, 250, 360, 550, 1k, 2k, 4k, 8k, 16k. Constant-Q bandwidth. Equalization range: ±12dB. Frequency response w/controls set at 0dB: ±0.5dB, 20Hz–20kHz. Real-time analyzer: 25dB range on screen, auto-ranging. Internal pink noise generator, L/R uncorrelated. Gain: 0dB at 0dB. THD: below 0.03%, 20Hz–20kHz. Maximum input, output level: 6V. S/N ratio: 119dBA. Input impedance: 51k ohms. Output impedance: 470 ohms.
Dimensions: 17 1/8" W by 3½" H by 11 7/8" D. Weight: 11.2 lbs.
Price: $1299 (1988); no longer available (2012). Approximate number of dealers: undisclosed.
Manufacturer: dbx, Newton, MA 02195 (1988). dbx Professional Products by Harman, 8760 South Sandy Parkway, Sandy, Utah 84070 (2012). Tel: (801) 566-8800. Web: www.dbxpro.com.

dbx Professional Products by Harman
8760 South Sandy Parkway
Sandy, Utah 84070
(801) 566-8800

cimonhifi's picture

Do you think just to add a little bit more highs tweeter extension in my Gershman Avantgarde speaker, a DBX EQ would be good without changing the holographique realism sound ? Or would it be better to change internal speaker components, or change my audioresearch LS 26 preamp for another preamp treble control ? Thank you very much for your advice Simon PS I am getting older and one of my ear is not as good as I was younger