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Review Summary For : Phonic A6100 Enhancer
Reviews: 1MSRP: 100
Phonic's A6100 ENHANCER is a young multiplication dual-channel pro sign processor that processes the sound signaling in company with a high-frequency exciter as intimately as a low-frequency enhancer. The enhancer boosts the low-toned and sub-low frequencies, fabrication the go richer and more than predominant. The exciter, on the other deal, boosts higher frequencies and makes the go brighter, thusly up sound clearness and bringing come out more than inside information in instrumentate acoustics. Together, the enhancer and the exciter do a outstanding combining on account of efficacious functioning in the pair unrecorded events and workshop commix downward.

Some features are:
- Bass advance by with the help of single-frequency enhancement.
- Variable high-pitched supercharge run attending adjustable exciter verify.
- Channel nexus work.
- Bypass operate Illuminated run buttons.
- Relay-controlled go around.
- Balanced XLR and 1/4" TRS connectors, LED meters and cut short indicators concerning input and yield levels.
- Operates in the estimation of -10 dBu and +4 dBu I/O levels...
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SV2BWM Rating: 2008-05-14
Ultra bass! Time Owned: 3 to 6 months.
That thing is a MUST have for your ESSB! Smooth ultra bass and highs that can shape your signal to Hi-Fi or DX audio with the use of only two adjustments. The bass boost can be controlled along with the sound quality which makes the sound heard rounder. It has a enhancer/exciter balance to control the mixture of low/high frequencies. If you adjust the highs (1KHz-8KHz) you can easily make the audio suitable for DX. You have to play smoothly with the buttons because small adjustments are needed and you have to spend some time with it before going on-the-air because excessive basses are overloading your modulation...