I know, I know, it is absolutely not NECESSARY and I do not think that I see a need for it. I however see that it might be USEFUL in SOME cases when a recording was mastered by a complete idiot.
So, I wonder if anyone comes across to very high targeting and to very comfortably made equalizers. I know that my requirement for this thing would be too unrealistic for anybody to meet but who know what is out there… This is what I would like to have in an equalizer that I would consider to buy or at least to try.
1) Analog Equalizer
2) 6-8 channels, not more is necessary
3) Buffer in, Buffer out, unity gain.
4) Under 50R, high current output impedance.
5) Solid State operation
6) RL-only all high-pass and low-pass, first order
7) 3-6 dB up/down per channels, no more is necessary.
8) All high-pass and low-pass are individual filters with dedicated at least one core per upper and lower knee.
9) All coils are with L-cores of high permeability: amorphous or nickel
10) Options for open up any knee of each filter
11) Options for bypassing the unit actively and passively.
12) Non-auditable sonic signature in passive or active bypass mode
13) Non-auditable sonic signature in “engaged” mode with all EQ zero out.
14) Calibration of attenuation up-to 0.25dB
15) Comfortable operation and indication.The Cat
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