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When you get into the science behind it, sound is a pretty complex thing and sometimes it's not easy to understand exactly what makes audio sound "good". Obviously, the overall quality of the sound system is important, but there are times when fidelity alone isn't enough. Some venues and spaces just seem to be harder to saturate with acoustic fullness and clarity, and when you're working with one of those, the ace up your sleeve could be one of the BBE sound enhancers and exciters found in this section. They're all about the science of sound, making key adjustments to fundamental and harmonic frequency structures to generate audio that's sure to impress.

There are a few options to choose from here, and finding the best one generally depends on what kind of setup you're slotting it into. If you just need something small scale and simple, that could mean the BBE 382i Sonic Maximizer. This entry level model is a good fit for a 10dBV unbalanced studio, PA system, or guitar or bass rack. But what can it do for your sound? One reviewer described it as being "like taking a blanket off your speakers" at its core, it's a phase correction system, which helps the drivers in your cabinets sync up with each other to give your sound more headroom and clarity.

In fact, the reviews of BBE sound enhancers & exciters are some of the best resources available to show you what they can do. The BBE 882i Sonic Maximizer, for instance, attracts a lot of praise from DJs and live sound techs who find it can eliminate the need for a standalone EQ by giving similar results without distortion. All it needs is the built in EQ on your mixer and a decent crossover, and the 882i can handle the rest. That's high praise for a single piece of gear, especially one as affordable as everything else in the BBE lineup. But it's definitely well deserved, and if you want your system to sound the best it ever has, one of these processors might just be the answer.