RSS Feed
Knowledgebase : Signal Processors
The traditional smiley-face curves of analog equalizers have begun to be replaced by a new generation of digital equalizers. Digital equalizers can offer more precise frequency settings as well as other options that allow users to optimize the sound mix i...
No. The i7200 was designed to be used before the amplifier, dealing with line-level signals only. It will definitely cause damage to the unit if you placed it in the path between an amplifier and speakers.
Using preset 6 is indeed the simplest way to use the i7100. This sets every filter to automatic mode, which means one filter will seek feedback, and when it finds it the next filter will seek the feedback, and so forth. Setting the threshold to a low le...
The i7600s RTA function measures the channel 1 and 2 inputs at a sampling rate of 44.1 kHz / second. The individual frequencies are separated as indicated on the front panel (listed horizontally), and the last bar of each channels RTA is known as the all ...
The PPC Power Conditioner should work fine. It has a 10 amp rating, so you should first work out how many amps you need before starting. If your devices do draw more than 10 amps, the circuit breaker will trip. Otherwise, you're fine.
Q: Would your Wireless Transmitter (WM60) connect to any 19" Mixer or will it only work with one of your mixers? To integrate more than one Performer speaker into my current mobile setup, what Wireless Modules do I need? A: The WM60 mono wireless transm...
Connect the microphone to your mixer, then the mixer to your i7100. The outputs of the i7100 can then be connected to an amp and speakers (or you may also like to connect the i7100 to a channel insert, if its easier). The easiest way to set up the i7100...
The preamp of the T8100 is transparent, and users are able to get a 'vintage' and warm sound from it (warmth is variable; you can select cool or warm, or anywhere in between, with one control). Also, the T8100 is perfectly suited to be used before a guita...
When using stationary microphones, which will tend to cause feedback with fixed frequencies, use Single Shot mode to detect feedback frequencies and lock the frequencies until you reset them yourself. If the microphone will be constantly moving througho...
Help Desk by Phonic