DBX 2231 Dual 31-Band Graphic Equalizer with noise reduction

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 DBX 2231 Dual 31-Band Graphic Equalizer with noise reduction It’s amazing. One little button. It has so much effect. The Type III? Noise Reduction is an entirely new concept… virtually instantaneous encode/decode within the circuitry of the box. We started out to build the finest EQ’s possible, boxes with the heritage and performance to rival […]

 

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 DBX 2231 Dual 31-Band Graphic Equalizer with noise reduction

It’s amazing. One little button. It has so much effect. The Type III? Noise Reduction is an entirely new concept… virtually instantaneous encode/decode within the circuitry of the box. We started out to build the finest EQ’s possible, boxes with the heritage and performance to rival our famous 30 Series EQ’s. And to no one’s surprise they came out awfully darn good. (Ask to see the Audio Precision plots compared to the competition.) But then, Roger (our chief engineer, a nice guy, as far as engineers go) got the crazy idea of putting this new noise reduction stuff in the box. We listened to it and were amazed. The EQ’s sounded great without it but with it the performance was nothing short of incredible. Check it out yourself and see.

But hey, Roger wasn’t about to stop there. PeakPlus? Limiter. Who knows more about limiting than the folks at dbx?; nobody… that’s who. So when the guys were developing this new series of EQ’s they wanted something that would be unique to these EQ’s. That’s when Roger got another one of his bright ideas and said “I bet they’ll work a lot better if there’s a cool limiter built in.” Next thing you know, all the guys are in the studio amazed at the new limiter Roger had designed specially for the 20 Series. Once again, hearing is believing… With a threshold range of 0 to +20dbu, the PeakPlus limiter is designed to tame your program material from the subtlest nuances to the rowdiest hits. Also, the four stage LED ladder gives you a great visual indication as to what the limiter is doing.

20 Series EQ’s. You used to have to settle for second best in a reasonably priced EQ but not any more. With the new 20 Series from dbx Professional Products you get a great EQ circuit, a graceful yet powerful limiter and the revolutionary new design of the Type III? Noise Reduction. Check out the dbx? 20 Series graphic EQ’s at your pro audio outfitter. You’ll see, with the 20 Series EQ’s you get both MORE!!!

SPECIFICATIONS:

 INPUT

Connectors:

 1/4″ TRS, female XLR (pin 2 hot), and barrier terminal strip

Type:

Electronically balanced/unbalanced, RF filtered

Impedance:

Balanced 40k ohm, unbalanced 20k ohm

Max Input Level:

>+21dBu balanced or unbalanced

CMRR:

>40dB, typically >55dB at 1kHz

OUTPUTS

Connectors:

 1/4″ TRS, male XLR (pin 2 hot), and barrier terminal strip

Type:

Impedance-balanaced/unbalanced, RF filtered

Impedance:

Balanced 200 ohm, unbalanced 100 ohm

Max Output Level:

 >+21dBu balanced/unbalanced into 2k or greater
 >+20dBm balanced/unbalanced (into 600)

SYSTEM PERFORMANCE

Bandwidth:

20Hz to 20kHz, +/-0.5dB

Frequency Response:

50kHz, +0.5/-3dB

Noise Reduction In:

 (+/-6 and +/-12dB range):

Signal-to-Noise:

 >102dB, unweighted, ref: +4dBu, 22kHz measurement bandwidth

Dynamic Range:

 >120dB, unweighted

Noise Reduction Out:

 (+/-6dB range):

Signal-to-Noise:

 >94dB, unweighted, ref: +4dBu, 22kHz measurment bandwidth

Dynamic Range:

 >112dB, unweighted

Noise Reduction Out:

 (+/-12dB range):

Signal-to-Noise:

 >90dB, unweighted, ref: +4dBu, 22kHz measurement bandwidth

Dynamic Range:

 >108dB, unweighted

THD + Noise:

Weight 5.00 kg

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