The EQ1-DYN-LP contains both the Dynamic and the Linear Phase EQ programs. After power-up of the unit, the user can chose between Dynamic (DYN) and Linear Phase (LP) modes. This allows to use a single unit for a wealth of different equalizing tasks.
The workspace storage, the snapshots and the snapshot backups are fully independent between the DYN and LP parts of the unit. This means that all setup data are retained in any case. Users of EQ1-LP and EQ1-DYN units can upload their current snapshot data into the EQ1-DYN-LP via MIDI.
- Seven identical parametric bands. All seven bands cover the entire audio frequency range. Each band has Boost/Cut, Frequency and Q/Slope knobs. Each band operates in any of the following modes: High shelving, low shelving, peaking, high cut, low cut, bypass.
- One parameter per knob operation. Seven sets of controls for seven operating bands. Knobs are touch sensitive. LCD display shows detailed parameters of the touched band.
- Large, backlit Liquid Crystal Display which shows the overall frequency response (calculated in real time) and the detailed parameter values in dB, Hz and Q.
- A/B compare memory, 128 snapshot bank with two additional banks for back-up.
- Digital input / output in AES/EBU format on XLR connectors.
- Dithering to 16, 20 or 24 bits. POW-R dithering in the LP, DYN and DYN-LP models.
- 128 steps for boost/cut, frequency and Q parameters.
- Variable slope shelving filters.
- Very high Q (up to 650) for notching out offending frequencies.
- M/S mode for independent equalization of M and S channels. M/S encoder / decoder can be configured separately. Also see the article Stereo Shuffling: New Approach - Old Technique by Michael Gerzon
- Peak meter, over indicators.
- MIDI control for each parameter.
- Bypass, overall gain, CH1/2 independent or ganged.