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Peavey Kosmos M Sub-Harmonic Generator

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Peavey Kosmos M Sub-Harmonic Generator

Brand:|Model: Kosmos M|Part # 248-8664
The sub-harmonic generator in the Peavey Kosmos M processor enhances the sound of instruments by generating a copy of the signals in their bass range, and shifting them an octave lower. This technology is also commonly known as a sub-synth or subharmonic synthesizer effect.
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Part # 248-8664
  • Kosmos sub-harmonic generation technology
  • XLR mic input
  • Phantom powered or 15 VDC input (optional)
  • Power supply not included (#248-8358)

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Peavey Kosmos M Sub-Harmonic Generator
There's nothing like a sub-synth to really get your subwoofers moving (not to mention the crowd, the air, furniture, loose objects and so forth). Peavey's Kosmos M places hig quality low frequency enhancement circuitry in a phantom powered processor that can be connected in line between a dynamic microphone and the mix console. The mic input on the Kosmos M is designed for high volume application so a pad is not required. Peavey item 03001410.

Peavey Kosmos M Sub-Harmonic Generator
  • BrandPeavey
  • ModelKosmos M
  • Part Number248-8664
  • UPC0014367156317
  • Product CategoryEnhancers / Exciters
  • Unit of MeasureEA
  • Product Rating
    (1 Reviews)
  • Weight0.7 lbs.
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    Warning: California residents only. Please note per Proposition 65 that this product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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Peavey Kosmos M Sub-Harmonic Generator
Peavey Kosmos M Sub-Harmonic Generator is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Really does add some low end punch.Does what it's suppose to -adds subharmonic content to whatever the mic is picking up. Used sparingly live or recording, it can really beef up everything from percussion instruments to voice. It requires phantom power or external power adapter (does not come with one). It will block the phantom power from the mic so it could only be used with dynamics if a phantom power box is inserted between the Kosmos and the mic. But since it blocks phantom, you can use it with ribbon mics. I've only used it with dynamic mics, such as the Audix D6 and the Heil PR40. Makes the Heil sound more like an EV RE20. And it's tiny. There may be a slight delay in the subharmonic content, but it's not distracting, and I'm thinking if it was critical, I could record the Kosmos output onto a separate track and time shift it several ms.
Date published: 2012-01-12
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