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axet82's review

By axet82, 13/02/2011
Using orchestra very easy adjustment 31 bands - most of the classic Drpa mute on channel outputs _ usb update - Converters faster limiter very good for facade

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VERY MUCH BETTER THAN THE PADPR DBX
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The + that makes all the difference!

By Pouet, 03/04/2011
For how long have you been using it?
I use the DriveRack PA + for 2 weeks.

Did you try many other models before getting this one?
No, only the first generation DriveRack PA was also satisfied.

What thing do you like most/least about it?

Pros:
I used mainly for DriveRack PA + 28 band EQ, RTA "Full time", the compressor / limiter and of course the crossover.
Everything is great in this processor ...
Compact module ... 1U "rack space."
No breath.
Easy to use.
EQ very accurate.
Correction of the acoustics of a room very quickly.
Full time RTA therefore sought to finish the blind frequency that interferes with ... That's what bothered me the standard Driverack PA ... provided of course to have a micro analysis.
The "Mute" on each output.
My kit has never sounded better!

Minimum:
The only thing I can say for now is that in the box I only had the manual in English.
However, we can download the French version on the site DBX but hey, the Driverack is so easy to use that I did not really need the manual.

What is your opinion about the value for the price?
Very good ... bought new for $ 530 in Quebec, that's all I needed to decorate my Yamaha 01v.

Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...
Yes, without hesitation.
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seba's review

By seba, 01/12/2009
crossover network 2entrées, 6 outputs
31-band EQ on input (I do not remember if we can separate the left and DTE eq)
limiter, compressor, antilarsen, delay (10ms max), subharmonic, antilarsen, parametric eq
pink noise generator for automatic calibration system with a measurement microphone.
the idea, there's enough to make things with it all

editing program is pathetic
must go through a menu "wizard", which offers entire catalog crest, jbl, yamaha.
menus and navigation not hyper intuitive.
I have not really found it great.
even Minidrive bss, whose firmware is quite austere (same as on jbl dsc260 I think), seems to me more clear.
Fortunately, the doc is not bad.
but failing grade on that, he had to do less but more clear.

Again he had to put less into it:
turn anti feedback, and sub harmonics processor, add some delay, because it's going to 10ms caller during a 3-way front garden, but there is nothing more with it.
the auto calibration with the pink noise generator, works well under certain conditions, but sometimes a bit random, and sometimes downright null.
converters: you're getting your money, but no more.

used one year
a good value for money anyway
only, we must know where are the limits of the apparatus, and especially not to expect more.
it's good for a conventional concert grand 100-400 people max, when you have no budget for xta or OmniDrive ...)
it is the crossover that does what is expected of him.
10 ms of delay, we are glad to find them anyway
possibly limiting
rigor to the 31 band eq, although I prefer analog next
but everything else ...
Again, I think it's a good value nonetheless, g had no fault, so I think I will ever be the choice.
That said, if you can afford not hesitate: xta or OmniDrive
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Niko_ze_senicer's review

By Niko_ze_senicer, 09/02/2005
Device "while a" broadcast to your systems
it includes: 2 ParaEQ on each output, limiter, compressor, graphic EQ, subharmonic (gadget)
, AFS antilarsen, delay alignment, crossover etc ...

Screen too small
navigation a little chelou ...
Delay = 10 msec max, so not possible to make use dtourne as delay line
Nice graphic EQ in the line of the DBX ...
Missing; between a numrique (S / PDIF, AES-EBU, or what you want)

I dballe the monster and the branch on my system MTD112 (l-acoustics), and stupor !!!!....

Staining mdium top, smooth treble ... Hey, has felt the approximate conversion!

(Bah yes bananas, BSS is 2x more expensive, the XTA LAKE PEOPLE or 5 times ...)

Otherwise, the graphic EQ running the ball (28 band), AFS antilarsen is useful but I say careful!
bad habits are taken trs fast with that thing ... for the speech, one begins to slacken frquences levels of cuts, and for live use carrment turns to suicide ... Anyway this thing is best left to bypass ...

The only advantage about this indnible Machner, RSID its 1U (the ki can be very useful for people like me who are looking for the smallest room in their racks)

Whereas before the rack had to be carted 12U sock for the same in analog.
Factory presets are provided for small PA system for JBL, Crown, EAW, Yamaha, Cerwin-Vega.
AWARDS trs interesting, but my advice is to thoroughly rflchir your purchase ...
(I think I'll sell mine, but hey it's not win 'em kar down a bit ...)
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dbx DriveRack PA tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:dbx
  • Model:DriveRack PA
  • Series:DriveRack
  • Category:Digital PA Controllers
  • Added in our database on: 05/03/2003

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