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Klark-Teknik DN-360 Stereo 1/3 Octave Graphic EQ

Klark-Teknik DN-360 Stereo 1/3 Octave Graphic EQ

Brand: Klark Teknik
Sku: DN-360
Model: DN360
Weight: 15.64
Dimensions: 13 x 20.83 x 7.66 in
Warranty: 48 Hours
Condition: Moderate

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Product Details

This unit has been in continuous production for over twenty years with only one minor design revision, and is still the most popular analogue graphic equalizer on the planet. With over 35,000 units shipped worldwide to date, DN360 is found everywhere in pro-audio circles. It is designed and engineered to very high standards, so will handle continuous road use with only minimal service. Performance is consistent enough that engineers using units sourced locally all over the world will get the same response every time. But perhaps most important of all is the sound; though this is difficult to describe, anyone who prefers the DN360 will use words like “musical”, “smooth”, “responsive”, and “great sounding”. This is primarily due to proportional-Q filtering, where the “Q” value of the frequency increases as the cut or boost increases. This provides a flowing response at low cut / boost values, but also accurate frequency control at higher values.

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Product Details

This unit has been in continuous production for over twenty years with only one minor design revision, and is still the most popular analogue graphic equalizer on the planet. With over 35,000 units shipped worldwide to date, DN360 is found everywhere in pro-audio circles. It is designed and engineered to very high standards, so will handle continuous road use with only minimal service. Performance is consistent enough that engineers using units sourced locally all over the world will get the same response every time. But perhaps most important of all is the sound; though this is difficult to describe, anyone who prefers the DN360 will use words like “musical”, “smooth”, “responsive”, and “great sounding”. This is primarily due to proportional-Q filtering, where the “Q” value of the frequency increases as the cut or boost increases. This provides a flowing response at low cut / boost values, but also accurate frequency control at higher values.