Aphex

EXCITER

Aphex Exciter - Aural Exciter & Optical Big Bottom


The Aphex Exciter is a powerful 2 channel exciter, that allows you to enhance frequency bands by changing the harmonic content without changing the overall dynamics of the track. The Aural Exciter from Aphex, was first conceived in 1975, and since then over 1 million units have been dispersed into the audio industry! The current model features Tune, Harmonics, and Mix controls on each channel. The Big Bottom and Exciter can be added back to the original signal by via the Amount encoder on channels 1 & 2.


    • Aphex Exciter Features:

      Legendary Professional Two Channel Audio Enchancement - 35 Years and Counting

      Since its introduction in 1975, close to a million Aphex Aural Exciters have found their way into recording studios and broadcast facilities, nightclubs and concert halls, arenas and airports, musicians' and DJs' rigs and houses of worship. The Aural Exciter's patented technology has been often imitated but never duplicated.

      Each of the Aural Exciter's two independent channels feature Tune, Harmonics and Mix controls, enabling you to focus on select frequencies just like on an EQ. But unlike an EQ, the Aural Exciter's harmonic processing doesn't boost the signal's output level, so it maintains a clear and balanced sound.

      Traditional EQ increases the output level of the targeted frequencies. Adding EQ to boost selected frequencies typically results in a perceived loss of other frequencies, which are then also boosted to compensate. The Aural Exciter's patented technology harmonically brings out the desired frequencies without adding gain. The result is audio that's more balanced, more articulate and, simply put, better sounding.

      Over three decades of research, development and refinement have kept the Aural Exciter at the cutting edge. The new Aural Exciter and Optical Big Bottom features the same no-compromise audio quality Aphex is known for, with the highest quality componentry and rugged, durable construction to withstand the rigors of travel and constant use.

      Summary:
      Increased presence and clarity
      Greater perceived loudness
      Improved detail and intelligibility
      Extended low frequencies
      Tighter bass articulation
    • Aphex Exciter Specifications:

      Frequency Respons: 10Hz - 38 kHz(± 0.5dB)
      Dynamic Range: 120 dB
      Hum and Noise(unweighted 22Hz-22kHz):-93 dBu
      Crosstalk(10 Hz - 22kHz): -79 dB
      THD(10 Hz - 22kHz at max. output): 0.0003%
      IMD(10 Hz - 22kHz at max. output): 0.0007%
      Power requirements: 90-250 VAC 50-60 Hz 12W
      Dimensions: 19"W x 1.75"H x 8.25" D 1 Rack U(482.6mm x 44.5mm x 209.6mm)
      Net Weight: 6 lbs(2.73 kg)
      Shipping Weight: 9 lbs(4.1 kg)
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