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1046 provides 4 channels of smooth classic dbx OverEasy® or hard knee compression
that are perfectly suited for use on individual tracks of your multitrack recorder,
and in virtually all applications the separate channels can be individually interfaced
and used for entirely independent purposes. Additionally the newly developed PeakStopPlus
is ideal for protecting your system from the oppressive peaks that can take out
valuable drivers in your sound reinforcement rig or studio monitors.
$999.99 Our Price $529.99
All four channels have
the following controls:
- allows you to set the level at which the compressor starts affecting the gain
- allows you to select between soft compression for overall gain control or hard-knee
compression based on the characteristics of the original dbx160.
- allows you to set the slope of gain reduction affecting the signal over the
Meter - allows you to set the meter to check the input and output levels for maximum
signal-to-noise ratio and best level matching.
Gain - allows you to add make-up gain or to adjust the output level for that channel
to match the next device's input gain.
- hard wire bypass allows you to hear how the compressor is affecting your signal.
- allows you to set the maximum signal level you want to pass through this channel.
While it's virtually impossible to eliminate distortion, the PeakStopPlus circuit
does it gracefully and effectively with minimal distortion.
Link - allows you to link channels 1&2 and 3&4 for two channels of true
four channels feature balanced gold plated XLR and 1/4" inputs and outputs,
and switchable +4dBu or -10dBV operating level to interface each individual channel
with any other device
independent channels of operation, stereo linkable in two pairs.
limiting control for setting maximum allowable level regardless of compressor
OverEasy® or hard-knee compression.
balanced gold-plated XLR and 1/4" inputs and outputs.
RMS level detection
metering of input level, output level, and gain reduction