When the pros need an EQ, they turn to dbx. With a proven track record that spans four decades, dbx EQs are the industry standard for touring, studios, and audio installations. With the dbx heritage o... Read More
When the pros need an EQ, they turn to dbx. With a proven track record that spans four decades, dbx EQs are the industry standard for touring, studios, and audio installations. With the dbx heritage of revered pro EQs, the 215s meets the needs of the most demanding sound reinforcement environments, while offering the simplicity of straightforward controls.
The dbx 215s includes two 15-band channels of 2/3-octave equalization, ±12 dB input gain, switchable ±6 dB or ±12 dB boost/cut range, 20mm nonconductive sliders, an intuitive user interface, and output level metering. From its extended 10Hz to 50kHz frequency response and 112 dB dynamic range to the quality componentry and meticulous attention to detail, the 215s offers exceptional sound and rugged reliability that guarantees you will always sound your best.
Sure to find a home in the studio, on tour and with installed sound venues, the dbx 215s is destined to take its rightful place in the lineage of great dbx signal processors that are the professional's choice in signal processing.
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Just bought this unit. right off as the previous reviewer quoted is that there is NO on/off switch. Another thing that I find annoying is that when you use the by pass switch, no matter if you are turning the bypass on or off, it makes a hell of a POP throughout the entire system. and when you are playing live and setting up sound (granted you probably wont' be using the bypass switch) but if you do, you had better turn everything off or you are going to get blasted. other than that, the unit seems to be very good. Quite operation and the sliders are very responsive. I had two different Nady units, on one, a channel just went out completely and the other had a VERY noticible hissing noise in it that could not be EQed out. they both had the same issue also with the bypass switch that this unit has. Because of the previously mentioned issues with the NADY's, is the reason I ran to GC to get a new unit and this is what I picked up. definately and improvement over the NADY's that I had (2 ea).
the dbx 215s is a good quality equalizers, the electronic parts used to build is good quality, knobs, sliders etc.. for sound, i would rate it a four, 6db setting is ok, but, using the 12db would be recommended. this unit is best used for studio recording, live sound, or even just home use.. unit is built good, and designed fairly well... very low distortion, quiet operation... one draw back with this unit, is a main on and off switch..."there is no switch" for the most part, i would recommend this equalizer....
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