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TC 1140 parametric equaliser

Frequency Response: 10Hz - 100kHz 1dB
Dynamic Range: >116dB
T.H.D: <0.015% 1kHz, 0dBm
XLR input: balanced 20kΩ, max +22dBm
XLR output: balanced 50Ω, max +27dBm
Jack input: unbalanced, 1MΩ, max +6dBm
Jack output: unbalanced, 50Ω, max 21dBm
PPM: 5 LED peak programme metering
Input gain: 20dB
Output gain: 0dB to mute
EQ filters: Q=0.1 to 2 octave,
               Boost/cut: 20dB,
              Sweep ranges 1: 20 - 2000Hz
                                    2: 50 - 5000Hz
                                3: 100 - 10000Hz
                                4: 200 - 20000Hz
Power: 100/120/220/240V, 50/60Hz
Physical: 19" standard rack mount x 1u
Weight: 2.7kg (6lbs)

TC1140 4 band parametic equaliser

Key Features:

  • Natural equalizing and pure sound: Nothing but the best and most durable components may be used. Minimum signal path assures a clean, transparent signal processor
  • High Speed: The 1140 has a high slew rate of 2 MHz. This drastically reduces intermodulation distortion and thereby eliminates hidden coloration of the sound
  • 4 Bands and preamp: A preamp is built in for boosting low level signals by up to 20dB. All filters have cut/boost of 20dB and the centre frequency covers a 6.6 octave range providing the possibility for all bands to cover the important area between 200 to 2000Hz. The bandwidth for each of the 4 filters can be set from 0.1 octave to 2 octaves to cope with the most demanding applications
  • EQ Match level: compensates for drops in through signal level when equaliser bands are used mainly as cut filters

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