Avalon VT-737SP

Discussion in 'Preamps / Channel Strips' started by Gabriel Sousa, May 23, 2005.

  1. Gabriel Sousa

    Gabriel Sousa Member

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    hello,

    whats the Q of the bass and treble shelfs.

    anyone knows ??

    thanks a lot
    :D
     
  2. stickers

    stickers Active Member

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    http://www.avalondesign.com/vt737sp.html

    its listed somewhere there.
     
  3. Gabriel Sousa

    Gabriel Sousa Member

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    no isnt it :cry:

     
  4. stickers

    stickers Active Member

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    Treble - switched 10kHz, 15kHz, 20kHz, 32kHz, +/- 20dB range, shelf High mid - variable 200Hz to 2k8Hz and 2kHz to 28kHz, +/- 16dB range, hi-lo Q Low mid - variable 30Hz to 450Hz and 300Hz to 4k5Hz, +/- 16dB range, hi-lo Q Bass - switched 15Hz, 30Hz, 60Hz, 150Hz, +/- 24dB range, shelf

    the first and last... 20db per octave on the treble and 24db on low. I got this from the link above
     
  5. Gabriel Sousa

    Gabriel Sousa Member

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    ok sorry, can you explain to me what is the " 20db per octave "

    thanks :-?

     
  6. perfectwave

    perfectwave Guest

    i believe the 20db/octave is referring to the sloap of a high or low pass filter, whereas one octave down (or up) depending on the filter will be 20db lower.
     

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