Pro audio technology manufacturer Aphex is now shipping across the U.S. and Australia. Acquired by Freedman Electronics (RØDE Microphones, Event Monitors) in 2015, Aphex specializes in high-quality pro audio equipment.
Aphex’s current range comprises eight products, including the Aphex Exciter, which the company says has sold close to 1 million units since it was first introduced more than 40 years ago.
Aphex’s flagship Exciter is a 2-channel signal enhancement unit that allows for shaping and improvement of audio signals, including high end detail and polish, and low end punch and depth. A staple in the recording studio for its broad stroke frequency shaping on individual sources or during mixing and mastering, this unit also excels in a DJ’s live rig or for adding presence and clarity to a P.A. system.
The Aphex Channel is a single-backspace microphone preamp and channel strip featuring 7 analog controls including a VCA compressor, de-esser, logic assisted gate, fully parametric EQ and the Aphex Exciter circuit. The Aphex Channel contains a low noise, patented hybrid tube mic preamp that the company says is clean and transparent with subtle analog color for capturing signals from a variety of sources.
Apex 320D Compellor
The 320D Compellor is a single-rackspace broadcast audio level controller designed to deliver intelligent compressor action, leveling, and peak limiting at once to provide a consistent and controlled audio experience. Apex states that some Compellors have been in 24-hour use for a decade or longer.
For more information, visit www.aphex.com.