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EQ-73 & EQ-81 FAQ
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2014 March 24
If you want to use our EQ´s as a self contained units, a customer suggested complementing them with this low cost unit:
It will convert the low level and unbalanced Insert jack of the EQ-73 and EQ-81 to balanced +4dBu ones that can interface with all your other studio gear.
The customer tried it and said it worked great.
2013 September 23 – Customer question
"I have a Pre73DLX and Comp54 which I have been using for nearly a year now and I absolutely love them both they are fantastic - I plan on getting another Pre73 soon. I am extremely interested in the EQ73 however I have a question I would like you to clarify.
I do have a range of other preamps as well as the Pre73DLX and if I were to purchase an EQ73 I would like to use it with all of them not just the GAP preamp.
I am currently running Cubase 7 and using a Steinberg MR816x interface and I am wondering if I could use the EQ73 with the insert on my MR816x and then run it as an external FX within Cubase. If it helps, the nominal levels for the Inserts on my Steinberg interface are as follows...... Input = 0dBu, Output = +4dBu."
The EQ-73, and also the EQ-81, do not have the standard transformer based +4dBu I/O-stages. This saves quite a lot of money (and space inside the units).
These units are designed to work at a level of about –18 dBu, unbalanced.
They will work fine with an input of 0 dBu (and even + 4 dBu) but the headroom will then be low meaning that you will not be able to use the full level of boost on the different eq bands. But it should work fine for small boosts and for cuts.
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