The dbx 510 answers the call of audio professionals everywhere delivering Subharmonic Synthesis in the convenient design of a 500 Series module.
For decades, dbx's patented Subharmonic Synthesis has rattled foundations enhancing the bass in a variety of professional applications including nightclub and DJ mixing, theatre and film sound, music recording, live music performance and broadcasting. dbx's Subharmonic Synthesis process actually produces a new, Waveform Modeled bass note, exactly an octave below the bass in the original audio.
The dbx 510 answers the call of audio professionals everywhere delivering Subharmonic Synthesis in the convenient design of a 500 Series module. The 510's two separate bands of subharmonic synthesis provide the best combination of smoothness and control, while the independent Low Frequency Boost circuit is designed to get the most out of high-performance, low frequency speaker systems. Unlike other attempts at bass synthesis, the dbx process produces musical low frequencies that don't interfere with mid and high-band information, even when the maximum synthesis and boost are applied. The result is a low-end punch that people really feel!
Based on dbx's fabled Subharmonic Synthesizer processorsSimple, intuitive interfaceSynthesized frequency level indicator LEDsIndividual controls for two ranges of subharmonic frequenciesSubharmonics level controlSynthesis Bypass switch
Input Type: Electronically balanced/unbalanced, RF filtered
Input Impedance: 20 k balanced, 10 k unbalanced
Max Input Level: +22 dBu
CMRR: >40 dB; typically >55 dB at 1 kHz
Output Type: Electronically balanced/unbalanced, RF filtered
Output Impedance: Balanced 30 , unbalanced 15
Max Output Level: +22 dBu
Frequency Response: 20Hz - 20kHz, + 0/-0.5dB; 14 Hz - 120 kHz, +0/-3 dB