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Klark Technik DN360 EQ Used


Dual 30 Band, 1/3 Octave Analogue Graphic Equaliser with Classic Proportional-Q Response and Configured Pin 3 Hot
Product Features
  • Classic Proportional-Q equalisation for optimum control of frequency response
  • 18 dB/octave low-cut filter per channel to eliminate unwanted subsonic frequencies
  • 30 mm oil-damped precision faders with centre detent
  • Channel bypass and graphic EQ scale selection switches
  • Power-off bypass relays
  • Neutrik* XLR Connectors configured pin 3 hot
  • Rugged 3U rackmount chassis for durability in portable applications

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The Klark Teknik DN360 is a Dual 30 Band 1/3 Octave Analogue Graphic Equaliser with Classic Proportional-Q Response and Configured Pin 3 Hot.
At the heart of any graphic equaliser is the bank of filters used to shape the signal response, and Klark Teknik utilise a proprietary filter circuit which replaces the conventional inductor based circuit, at the same time, offering several performance advantages. Inductor based circuits are heavy, expensive to produce and suffer from low frequency distortion and induced hum. Klark Teknik’s proprietary filters on the contrary suffer none of these problems, yet offer unequaled phase response and control accuracy with the additional benefits of low noise and minimal ripple.
The nature, shape and way in which individual equaliser filters combine, has a profound effect on the control provided by the equaliser and on the resulting quality of sound. The majority of applications within the sound reinforcement, broadcast and recording fields, require a smooth and continuous equalisation response curve in order to correctly contour the overall response characteristics of a sound system, loudspeaker, recording effect or audio channel. To achieve this, the individual filters must be capable of combining smoothly together to result in a continuous response curve, free from shape discontinuities in orders to avoid unwanted audible peaks or anomalies in the final sound.
In order to offer operational flexibility a variable fader resolution has been incorporated i.e. 6 or 12 dB cut or boost. This function (“scale”) is combined with the bypass switch, which silently removes the graphic equaliser section from the signal path. A subsonic 18dB/octave roll off filter (-3dB @ 3Hz) can be switched in or out from each of the channels.


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