Closer look at the Sir Elliot 18-Band Equaliser

December 7, 2010 · Posted in Uncategorized 

I would like to introduce Sir Elliot’s Eighteen Band Graphic Equaliser.

The 18-Band Graphic Equaliser performs best on midrange, which appears to be a dieing art in a lot of commercial music these days.”

Eighteen Band Graphic Equaliser features

  • 18 selectable frequency bands ranging from 20 cycles to 19,000 cycles.
  • Level Control.
  • A.C. Switch.
  • LED Power Indicator.
  • Adjustable Frequency Range: 20 – 19,000 kHz.
  • Frequency Bandwidth: 5 – 24,000 kHz +/- 2.4 dB.
  • Note: Frequency Bandwidth is based on 88.2, 96, 176.4, 192 and, 384 kHz sample rates.
  • Optimised for high sample rates ranging from 88.1 kHz – 384 kHz, however will perform fine on lower sample rates such as 48 – 44.1 kHz.
  • Fixed Delay.
  • Power Consumption: 44.1 kHz: 5.9 % / 88.2 kHz: 12.3 % / 96 kHz: 15.0 % (based on a Pentium 4 single-core 2.8 GHZ computer using Windows XP (Non Service Pack) operating system).

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