Classic Four-Band Parametric Equalizer

Alta Moda introduces the AM-25, designed for the 500-series rack system      06/08/12
Classic Four-Band Parametric Equalizer


The successor to their AM-20 equalizer, Alta Moda Audio tells us that the AM-25 is a versatile, high-performance four-band parametric equalizer module designed for the 500-series compatible rack system. They say that State-of-the-art low noise/low distortion amplifier technology coupled with simple and elegant signal paths assure a smooth and robust sonic presence. Here's all the details in their own words...
With it's classic layout, the AM-25 offers four continuously variable and overlapping frequency bands. This gives the AM-25 exceptional versatility for a wide range of audio applications. The parametric center frequencies with continuously variable bandwidth adjustment offer the critical sonic and creative control needed for a wide variety of music styles and applications. The unique interplay bewtween Q and gain controls make for a more intuitive experience - from subtle to surgical, parametric equalization has never been easier to use. Hand-built in the USA, these units use some of the finest components available; 1% metal film resistors, high-quality plastic conductive potentiometers, and gold contact switches and relays. Low Band Shelving or peak/dip, continuously variable from 20Hz to 120Hz Low Mid Band Parametric, with variable Q. Sweepable frequency range 65Hz to 2kHz High Mid Band Parametric, with variable Q. Sweepable frequency range 1kHz to 7.5kHz High Band Shelving, with variable Q. Sweepable frequency range 4kHz to 20kHz Hard Wire Bypass Gold-contact relays completely remove unit from signal path when bypassed. Pricing and Availability:
$299 introductory price. More information:

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