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Speck Electronics ASC-T 4-Band Equalizer w/ Transformer

Speck Electronics ASC-T
Speck Electronics ASC-T
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List Price: $779.00
Our Price: $630.00

Availability: Discontinued
Product Code: 3418


Speck Electronics ASC-T 4 Band Equalizer w/ Transformer

Speck Electronics ASC-T 4 Band Equalizer w/ Transformer, sheen baby sheen!

Speck Electronics ASC-T 4 Band Equalizer w/ Transformer Details
The Speck Electronics ASC-T 4 Band Equalizer w/ Transformer is a professional single channel 4 band equalizer in a 1/2 rack format. It is simple...it is useful...and it delivers the high quality and specifications found in all Speck Electronics gear.

  • That Classic Sound- You'll hear none of the thinness and edginess experienced with some other outboard EQ devices. The Speck Model ASC is reminiscent of vintage equalizers, revered for their dynamic range and musical performance.
  • The Front Panel - This compact 4 band parametric equalizer has 12 controls for equalization adjustment that covers the audio spectrum from a low 20Hz all the way up to 25kHz. There is a - 12/+6 dB gain control that handles the level variations when patching between balanced and unbalanced gear. A bypass switch silently removes the equalizer from the audio path.
  • The Rear Panel- Connect the ASC to virtually any line level source: balanced, unbalanced, or mixer inserts. The Model ASC has high headroom that will handle balanced signals up to +28dBu.To enhance the classic EQ experience, the Model ASC offers balanced transformer and active balanced outputs. You are currently viewing the ASC-T which includes the transformer option. The Model ASC is best used with the MicPre 5.0 since the mic preamps already has the transformer output as standard.

Speck Electronics ASC-T 4 Band Equalizer w/ Transformer Features

  • 4 Sweepable Bands
  • L Band - a low band that incorporates a "Simulated Inductor" (si) design that sweeps the low frequencies from 20Hz - 150Hz. This band offers a Peak/Shelf select switch.
  • L/M Band - a switchable low and mid band. This fully parametric section can be switched between a low frequency band that sweeps from 40Hz- 800Hz, or a mid frequency band that sweeps 400Hz-8kHz. This band has a variable bandwidth adjustment.
  • M Band - a fully parametric mid band with a frequency sweep range from 400Hz to 10kHz.
  • H Band - a high band that also incorporates a ??Simulated Inductor? (si) circuit that adjusts the high frequency from 4kHz all the way up to 25kHz.

Speck Electronics ASC-T 4 Band Equalizer w/ Transformer Specifications

  • Frequency Response: 2 Hz to 154KHz (-3 dB)
  • Residual noise: -93dBu (22Hz-22kHz)
  • Output Distortion (THD+n): .0014%@+24 dBu
  • Max. input/output level: +24dBu / +28 dBu
  • Phase deviation: 7.6 degrees @ 20KHz
  • Square wave response(10Kz): 1.6us rise time (10%-90%)
  • Overshoot: Zero
  • Dimensions: HxWxD=1.75" x 8.5" x 7.25" (44mm x 216mm x 178mm)
  • Power Requirements: 16 VAC external module

What??s Included

  • 115v Power Supply (if you require 230v please let us know)

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Awesome sub-$700 EQ!! June 25, 2010
Reviewer: Lyle from Atlanta, GA United States  
I have a pair of these with the Jensen output transformer, and I love them.  I run just about everything through them when tracking, since I love the personality that they add to just about any signal.  The simulated inductor hi and lo shelving circuits sound absolutely incredible.  Contrary to the way some people work, I prefer to get everything sounding the way I want on the way into my computer (especially removing muddy frequencies from acoustic guitars, removing 1-2kHz sound from nasal sounding vocals, etc...) , and the ASC's help me accomplish that with ease.

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