ART introduces Model 342 dual-channel 15-band EQ

Graphics. There's never funny things to say about 'em.      07/07/00
Applied Research and Technology has launched the Model 342 dual-channel 15-band EQ, with 70mm sliders and new analogue level meters. The 342 features constant Q circuitry, 70mm centre detent sliders with selectable boost/cut range of 6dB or 12dB, balanced XLR, unbalanced RCA input and output connections, high and low pass filters, analogue level metering, variable input controls, signal clip level indicators, ground lift switch, internal power supply and selectable line voltage. The all-steel chassis occupies 2U rack spaces and fits in a standard rack. With a one-year warranty, it retails for $389.00. ART - now a division of US PA company Yorkville Sound, incidentally - has also launched the Model 352 single channel 31-band EQ, featuring most of the elements of the dual channel graphic. But a lot more sliders, obviously

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