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Maag Audio EQ2 500-Series Equalizer

Maag Audio EQ2
Maag Audio EQ2
List Price: $699.00
Our Price: $599.00

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Product Code: 9999-17358


Maag Audio EQ2 500-Series Equalizer

The Maag Audio EQ2 (500 Series) is a no compromise one channel 2 band equalizer with AIR BAND, Low Mid Frequency (LMF) bell boost from SUB to 1.4 kHz, and an INPUT ATTN to control down to –12 dB of attenuation.

The EQ2’s AIR BAND is equipped with an additional sassy frequency selection @ 15 kHz, making the EQ2 hard to resist in any situation. The LMF provides both tight or wide bell curve options to dial in the perfect amount of warmth on the 2-bus. When it comes to tracking, the EQ2 will quickly become your favorite preamps’ “better half” by controlling the input (INPUT ATTN) (great for correcting over driven mic preamp transformers) before eq’ing with the versatile AIR BAND and LMF. The EQ2 is compatible with the API 500-6B lunchbox® and 500VPR rack systems and any other 500 Series spec rack.

Following its EQ4 predecessor, the EQ2 provides unparalleled transparency and top end presence with the same high quality components found in the powerhouse 6 band EQ4. EQ adjustments are obtained with minimal phase shift and detent controls allow for easy recallable settings, even on the INPUT ATTN.

Maag Audio EQ2 500-Series Equalizer Specifications

  • Frequency Response: -2 dB points, 10Hz & 75kHz
  • Nominal Input Impedance XLR): 48 K Ohms, balanced
  • Nominal Output Impedance (XLR): 50 Ohms, balanced
  • Headroom: +27 dBu
  • THD + Noise: < 0.005%

Maag Audio EQ2 500-Series Equalizer Includes

  • Maag Audio EQ2 500-Series Equalizer
  • Manual
  • 1 Year Warranty

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Must have for 500 series September 10, 2017
Reviewer: Czar from Nashville, TN  
2 bands boost only eq but man those 2 bands can really handle a lot. Everyone brags about the air band, and while it is good don't sleep on the sub freq in the low band. For beefier kicks the low band is great. And the high end is equally great with the air band. I use this eq on drums and vocals.

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