Rane DEQ 60L

Jan 6, 2004 12:00 PM, Editors

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Rane’s DEQ 60L Stereo 1/3-Octave Digital Graphic Equalizer is the long-throw (45mm) fader version of the 1/3-octave graphic equalizer (model DEQ 60) introduced by Rane earlier this year. The digital signal path uses advanced DSP algorithms so that the output magnitude response corresponds to the front panel settings.

Extensive development resulted in this new patented technology trademarked “Perfect-Q.” The name comes from the fact that the DSP calculates the perfect Q required to create the exact response dictated by the front panel slider positions. Advantages of the Perfect-Q design include crucial subtle refinements of frequency response, allowing for an unequaled ease of operation and clarity of sound reproduction. Changing a 1/3-octave setting changes only that setting.

In addition to the 30-band EQ with slider controls and soft-touch knobs, each channel includes full-cut Accelerated Slope™ 3-band tone controls, separate sweepable low-cut and high-cut filters, individual input and output level controls with LED meters for each, range switches and bypass switches (fail-safe relay). For those who occasionally require wide control, there is a switch to select between Perfect-Q or Proportional-Q response.

Also featured is the ability to slave one channel to the other or use as an A-curve/B-curve comparison or as two “analog memories.” The new “L” version features a new cut-only mode. Analog balanced inputs and outputs offer connector choices of XLR, 1/4-inch TRS or Euro-style 3-pin connectors. The power supply is internal and universal with a standard IEC line cord connector.

The suggested retail price of the DEQ 60L is $1,099.

For more information, visit www.rane.com/deq60l.html or stop by booth #6958, Hall A. For more new sound reinforcement products, visit mixonline.com/live_sound_products/index.htm.






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