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Decent at best (PV 215EQ)

By JimboSpins, 07/11/2012
The 215EQ is a dual band graphic EQ and it cost under a 100 dollars. It has nice and bright output level LEDs and a switchable 12 6dB cut or boost. The low cut filter on this unit is also a great addition for it to be at this price. The low cut filter is 80 Hz 24 dB.

UTILIZATION

Setting up this unit is very easy especially if you have used similar models before. There are 2 15 bands on the 215EQ and it can be racked up only taking up 1 rack space on your rig or set up. I used this EQ for a few months before upgrading to the PV 231EQ because I was in search of more bands.

SOUND QUALITY

The sound quality of this unit is decent; if you want better quality go with the PV 231 unit. You can use the 215EQ to get a decent sound that will work for your set up, but with this unit only costing 99 dollars you won’t get a great sound. I only used it for live gigs and never had a chance to test it out in a studio. After I finally upgraded this unit is when I realized that it was not that good. This was one of my first EQ racks and at the time I really didn’t know how important it was to have a good quality one. This unit is not going to take your sound to the next level but it will work for you until you can get your hands on a better unit.

OVERALL OPINION

I think this unit could be a lot better if the sound was better but that is why they make better models of it. This one is the most inexpensive unit that they have and it is worth the buy if you are just getting your feet wet and in the learning process. But if you are a live gigging musician or DJ I would not get this.
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Panic (Feedback Ferret D)

By JimboSpins, 07/11/2012
The Feeback Ferret D has been in my rig since 2009, it is a feedback processor that has panic filters on it. Using the Ferret D will get rid of all of the horrible frequencies that need to be gutted out. You can simply use a filter that the Ferret D offers and it will find certain frequencies that you tell it to and it will eliminate them. There are over 16 different filters to choose from and the Ferret even has four different presets to fit with whatever you environment is.

UTILIZATION

Using the Ferret D is simple because it is just about using the filters efficiently. Sometimes as we all know you might experience some sudden feedback that can really ruin your set and fast! All you have to do is use one of the Panic Filters and you will quickly have full control over the feedback and you can get rid of it really quickly. If you are into live sound whether you are a DJ for a band or group or an artist setting up your own gear, having the Ferret D is a must have because it will take care of your dirty work and get rid of all of the feedback.

SOUND QUALITY

The Ferret D has 2 channels with 2 XLR inputs and 2 XLR/ 2 ¼ TRS outputs. You can rack this unit up and have it in your set up quickly. No matter what setting you are in you will be able to change your options or change filters if you are in a panic situation and have sudden out of nowhere feedback strike your gig.

OVERALL OPINION

Even you are having some minor feedback sound issues that some people don’t think are that bad, you should still go out and get this unit because it will give you ease of mind knowing that feedback will not take over your performance.
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