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LowCut
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6dB / 12dB Switch:
Changes the slope of the HighCut filter from 6dB/oct to 12dB/oct.
On / Off:
Off: hardwire bypass with relays.
HighCut Cutoff:
Adjustable Cutoff frequency from 2kHz up to 22kHz.
On:
up: True hardwire bypass with relays.
boost:
Here you can boost the level at the cutoff frequency. It starts at -3dB, cause the cutoff point is defined where the level drops 3dB. You can boost up to 10dB.
LowCut Cutoff:
Adjustable cutoff frequency from 20Hz up to 220Hz.
Price:
250,- euro (without german tax)
Availability:
Will be build on request. 3 weeks delivery time.
Specifications:
Frequency Response:


Max. Level:

Input Impedance:

Output Impedance:

Power consumption:

Weight:

Dimensions:
-1dB @ 5Hz (without LowCut)
-1dB @ 30kHz (without HighCut)

26 dBu

20 kOhm, balanced

44 Ohm, balanced

145 mA

250 g (0,55Ibs)

1 slot
Details:
This module contains a LowCut filter and a HighCut filter.

At the HighCut filter you can change the slope from 12dB/oct to 6dB/oct. During the developing of this module I started with the 12dB/oct version. I realized that I can hear the cutoff frequency with the 12dB/oct slope. This is sometimes ok, but not always. So I decided to add a 6dB/oct slope. This is much more gentle. You can soften harsh sounds in a very natural way. The range goes from 2kHz up to 22kHz.

The LowCut filter has a 12dB/oct slope. The range goes from 20Hz up to 220Hz. When I started building this LowCut filter, I spent a lot of time experimenting with the shape of the cutoff point. In this module I ended up with a version where you can adjust the boost at the cutoff frequency with a poti.
Review:
High Cut:
6dB/oct
High Cut:
12dB/oct
LowCut:
no boost
LowCut:
different boost