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Pyle PPEQ150 Dual 10 Band Stereo Graphic Equalizer
Is there s way that i can get a back view of this EQ?
go to the pyle webpage
Date published: 2011-12-25
Does this equalizer give off a audible hum?
I ask this because my system is less than 8 feet from where I sit and view/listen. I was considering the AudioSource model you sell but, read a review that stated that if you are playing score or classical music, you will hear a hum. My system is not in a cabinet and unable to do so unless a major investment is made.
This unit should not have any noise in it or produce any noise. Inter-connection patch cords (if faulty) could cause this. You can purchase with the confidence that PE is the best at customer support. If you buy and have a problem, call them. Lots of things can cause low 60hz. hum and someone may have a problem elsewhere.
Date published: 2012-12-12
does the equalizer give the stereo more bass
pyleppeq150 dual 10 band
Think of an equalizer as a glorified detailed set of tone controls. Perhaps your stereo has bass, midrange and treble or high controls. This would be a three band equalizer. Each control can influence about 1/3 of your audio sound spectrum.Now break this same range into 10 sections. In a 10 band equilizer you can increas or decrease each section to shape your sound to your desired sound.Understand that any system has limitations based on the various parts of your system. An equilizer will not provide more than a system is physically capable of. It Will get the most out of your system.Yes this Pyle Pro EQ will allow you to increas lower bass frequencies or decreas mid and high frequencies to obtain a stronger bass sound.The more bands an equilizer has the more control over your sound you will have.Because your sound is adjusted at a line level, you must have a method of placing this between your preamplifier section and your power amp and speakers. Some stereos have a jumper between the pre amp and power amp, others do not. You can use record output to go to the EQ line in and route the EQ output to a tape Mon or monitor input on your receiver ( if you have one). If you have neither then you will require some technical modifications to be made.If you don't have these and wish to not make a technical modification, then consider a powered sub-woofer with outputs for your existing speakers.
Date published: 2012-10-15