NAMM: dbx Offers Advanced Feedback Suppression

Up to 24 filters per channel get rid of those nasty rings      23/07/04
NAMM: dbx Offers Advanced Feedback Suppression
Stick it in your rack and forget about it

Feedback is one of those irritating and sometimes downright painful bi-products of many live situations, feedbacl suppressors are nothing new but largely dependent on the current technology to search and destroy those offending frequencies. Dbx is displaying their AFS 224 Advanced Feedback Suppression processor here at NAMM. The AFS 224 Advanced Feedback Suppression processor has been designed to provide state-of-the-art feedback elimination processing, while maintaining a simple and intuitive control interface. From the powerful DSP module to the no-nonsense user interface, the AFS 224 provides all the processing and control necessary for both fixed installation and live applications. Ten and twelve filter feedback elimination processors have become the de facto standard, but the engineering staff at dbx has developed a dedicated feedback suppression processor that offers up to 24 filters per channel with widths as narrow as 1/80 of an octave. To achieve these staggering numbers, dbx utilized its patent-pending AFS technology that had previously only been available in the upper echelon line of products and made it available in this stand-alone processor. In addition to the astonishing number of feedback suppression filters available, the AFS 224 also offers selectable modes, live filter lift, and types of filtration, which are all readily available via the intuitive user interface front panel. The AFS 224 is currently available. For the full skinny:

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