25 January 2015

dbx has released its AFS2 Advanced Feedback Suppression processor, designed to completely eliminate feedback from a PA system. The AFS2 suits bands, DJs, live sound and fixed installations, and offers upgraded features including a completely re-designed Advanced Feedback Suppression module, a Wizard auto-setup function, and a large LCD display with 24 LED meters per channel for setup and monitoring.

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The model’s new dedicated DSP module offers faster and more focused filter sets in both fixed and live mode, the company says. The processor provides up to 24 programmable filters per channel with filter Qs up to 1/80 of an octave, a level of precision previously available only in higher end processors that enables the AFS2 to zero in on the exact frequencies needed to attenuate feedback.

The one-button Wizard function automates key setup parameters and walks users through the configuration process. With easy rear-panel connectivity and an optimised front, the unit can be added to a system in minutes.

“The AFS2 is ideal for installs and live performances where feedback can be one of the most difficult things to deal with when setting up a PA system,” says Harman Signal Processing market manager Jason Kunz. “The AFS2 is simple to use, yet powerful and flexible enough for elaborate large-scale live sound systems.”

The dbx AFS2 is available now for AU$569 RRP inc. GST (US $499).


Source: media release


dbx: dbxpro.com

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Jands: (02) 9582 0909 or www.jands.com.au


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