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Interphase Audio introduces the EQ 2.2 [Kickstarter]
Old 2nd August 2019
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Interphase Audio introduces the EQ 2.2 [Kickstarter]


Interphase Audio introduces the EQ 2.2

Discrete, Class-A, Multi-Channel, Multi-EQ

Originally designed as middle section for the Ark console input channels, the EQ 2.2 is the rackmount version of 2 channels of this middle input section.

The EQ 2.2 is a fully Discrete, fully Analogue, Class-A design, with 4 EQ sections and 2 audio paths per channel.

Each channel / module of the EQ 2.2 has:
  • 4-band inductive EQ
  • Hi-Cut filter
  • Lo-Cut filter
  • Swing EQ
  • Dual ouput level control
  • 2 inputs and 2 outputs
  • Each of the 4 EQ sections (per module) can be used on either of the audio paths (per module), offering a lot of flexibility.
  • Spread out the 8 EQ sections (4 per module) over up to 4 channels, or combine them on 2 channels for extreme EQ-ing. Since each module has 2 audio paths, there are 2 inputs and 2 outputs per module, for a total of 4 I/O

EQ sections

* 4-band Inductive EQ. Inductor based circuits are the "holy grail" of equaliser designs. Dating back to the late 1950's inductors impart a character all of their own. Often described as "smooth as silk". Our inductive EQ uses inductors in each of the four bands, giving precise control and the distinctive inductor sound on each band. The inductor values and components have been carefully chosen and matched to provide an extremely musical sound.
Each band provides switch selection of any of six carefully selected frequencies chosen at musically pleasing intervals. Each band uses a fader - instead of a rotary potmeter - for cut and boost control, allowing a maximum of plus or minus 15dB.

* The Hi-Cut filter sweeps over 5 octaves down from 16 KHz to 500 Hz

* The Lo-Cut filter sweeps over 5 octaves up from 25 Hz to 800 Hz

* Our Swing EQ is a fast and easy way to make a track sound “warmer” or “cooler”. By turning the one-control-knob counterclockwise, you attenuate the highs and boost the lows, making the sound darker. By turning the one-control-knob clockwise, you attenuate the lows and boost the highs, making the sound brighter or cooler.

* VU meter: The LED illuminated VU meter features an 8 position rotary switch to select the signal to be read by the VU. This can be any of the 4 inputs or outputs.
A second 2 postiion rotary switch changes the VU level sensitivity. This can be either standard 0 VU = +4dB or alternatively 0 VU = +10dB (to avoid the meter pakring itself in the right corner when working with high-level DAW outputs)

All four EQ sections of each module of the EQ 2.2 can be used independently from each other, on either of the signal paths, or can be combined for “extreme” EQ-ing.

The EQ 2.2 may very well be the perfect tool to add analogue EQ and warmth to multiple tracks of any DAW studio setup.

To better set up production, we started a crowdfunding campaign for the EQ 2.2
The EQ 2.2 can be pre-ordered through KickStarter with limited time, but huge, Early-Bird discounts: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...se-audio-eq-22

After the Kickstarter campaign, the EQ 2.2 will be available from a worldwide network of select pro audio retailers.
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