Behringer’s new Ultragraph Pro FBQ1502 (pictured) is a 15-bandstereo graphic equalizer with FBQ feedback-detection system in a singlerackspace. The patent-pending FBQ feedback-detection system revealscritical frequencies and can also be used as an audio analyzer. TheFBQ1502 features a dedicated mono subwoofer output with adjustablecrossover frequency. An additional low-cut filter removes unwantedfrequencies such as floor rumble, while a highly accurate 4-digit LEDoutput metering and input gain control enable easy level setting.Ultralow-noise audio operational amplifiers are used throughout, andconnections include servo-balanced inputs and outputs with 1/4-inch TRSand gold-plated XLR connectors. It is expected to ship Q4 2003.
The Ultragraph Pro FBQ6200 is a31-band stereo graphic equalizer thatalso offers the FBQ feedback-detection system. Features includededicated limiters with gain reduction meters for each channel and apink-noise generator provides test signals to equalize a sound systemto any room acoustics, as well as a mono subwoofer output withdedicated level control and adjustable crossover frequency gives yourmusic some extra verve. Additional sweepable high- and low-cut filtersfor each channel remove unwanted frequencies such as floor rumble andtape hiss. Level setting is provided via an accurate 8-digit LEDinput/output metering and input gain control. Top-drawer componentsinclude an ultralow-noise audio operational amplifiers, servo-balancedinputs and outputs with 1/4-inch TRS and gold-plated XLR connectors andthe relay-controlled hard bypass with an auto-bypass function.
For more on the new FBQ Series, visit www.behringer.com.