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DSC260 Preliminary Owners Manual Revision 0.9
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9.0 Assignable EQ
EQ is found at the end of the each channel’s parameter adjustments. Pressing Next will step through the EQs assigned to the
current input or output in the order: EQ type, EQ Frequency, EQ Cut/Boost amplitude and then EQ Width for “Bell” type filters.
If there is no EQ on the currently selected channel and there is a filter available, the Next button will step into an unused Bell EQ
with 1kHz frequency, 0dB cut/boost and width of 0.3. The EQ type screen also shows the number of spare EQs. The EQ variable
screen also shows the EQ number in the current channel. The letter M or S denotes whether the EQ was assigned when the unit
was linked (Stereo) or unlinked (Mono).
9.1 EQ Type, selectable Lo6, Lo12, Bell, Hi6, or Hi12. The Sp value represents the number of filters available to the current channel. (In
this case eight spare EQs are available. This value may be different for different channels depending on the power available in
each DSP. (See Section 11 on Techniques, Tricks and Traps). This screen shows that this is the first EQ on output 5 which
has been labeled High. It has a shape of Low Shelf at 12dB/Octave and there are eight spare EQs.
EQ type on Eq1 on Output 5
OUT 5 High
Eq1M Lo12 Sp 8
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Figure 12 12dB/Octave Shelving EQ examples Figure 13 6dB/Octave Shelving EQ examples
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