The standard of excellence for channel strip processors has just been raised once again. From the world leader in digital signal processing comes the new 376 Tube Channel Processor with digital output capabilities. dbx® Professional Products has been paving the way for audio excellence for more than 25 years, and with the creation of the 376, the drive continues. The 376 has taken the essential tools neededfor channel strip processors and has greatly added to the feature list, making it an all inclusive toolbox that offers all of the effects required. With an effect menu list that includes such standard features as: a tube preamp section, 3-Band parametric EQ section, Compressor, De-Esser and digital outputs, the 376 is the perfect companion piecefor recording and tracking vocals and mic?d applications in the analog and digital domain. The 376 Tube Channel Strip w/Digital Output is the latest addition to the Silver Series family. The 376 puts the best of both worlds into one affordable package by combining the warmth of the vacuum tube, with the proprietarydbx Type IV® conversion system. The 376 boasts many of the same features as other products in the Silver Series, such as +48V phantom power, a phase invert switch, and low cut filtering. In addition, the 376 also offers digital output capabilities in both AES/EBU, and S/PDIF formats as standard features. The high impedance, 1/4" instrument input located on the front panel, as well as the mic/line switch, and 20 dB pad show our dedication toproviding convenience in the studio. The LED meters provide a clear and concise visual of the signal processing at a glance. The rear panel includes both mic and line inputs and outputs, word clock sync input and output, insertion jack and digital outputs. Add selectable sampling rates of 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 88.2 kHz, or 96 kHz; selectable dithering and noise shaping; and separate analog and digital output controls to this already impressive list of features, and we think you?ll agree that the 376 lives up to the uncompromising standards of dbxProfessional Products.
Caractéristiques MICROPHONE INPUT Connector: Female XLR Pin 2 Hot Type: Electronically balanced/unbalanced Impedance: 330 ohm Max Input Level: -9 dBu or +11 dBu with 20 dB pad engaged CMRR: >40dB, Typically 55dB Equivalent Input Noise: Typically -120 dBu with a 150 Ohm source load, 20Hz to 20kHz BW LINE INPUT (REAR PANEL) Connectors: TRS 1/4" Jack Type: Electronically balanced/unbalanced Impedance: 20kOhm unbalanced, 40kOhm balanced Maximum Input Level: +21dBu balanced or unbalanced CMRR: >40dB, Typically 55dB Gain (Drive Control): -15dB to +15dB INSTRUMENT INPUT (FRONT PANEL) Connector: TS 1/4" Jack Type: Unbalanced Impedance: 470kOhm Maximum Output Level: >+21 dBu unbalanced ANALOG OUTPUTS Connector: Male XLR Pin 2 Hot and TRS 1/4" Type: Servo-balanced/unbalanced Impedance: Balanced 120 Ohm, unbalanced 60 Ohm Maximum Output Level: >+21 dBu, >+20 dBm (into a 600? load) INSERT Connector: TRS 1/4" Type: Unbalanced Impedance: 100? (SEND), 20k? (RETURN) DIGITAL OUTPUTS Connector: XLR for AES/EBU RCA for S/PDIF Impedance: 110 Ohm for AES/EBU 75 Ohm for S/PDIF WORD SYNC INPUT/OUTPUT Connectors: BNC Input Impedance: 75? terminated by internal jumper Input: 96, 88.2, 48, or 44.1kHz word clock OUTPUT: 96, 88.2, 48, or 44.1kHz word clock SYSTEM PERFORMANCE DRIVE Control Range: +30dB to +60dB for Mic Input -15dB to +15dB for Line and Instrument Inputs Output Level Control Range: -20dB to +20dB LINE: Selects between microphone and line inputs Phantom Power: +48V PAD: 20dB pad PHASE: Reverses pins 2 and 3 of the microphone input XLR LOW CUT: 75Hz, 12dB/octave high pass filter Analog Frequency Response: <10Hz to 75kHz THD + Noise: 0.35% typical at +4dBu out, 1kHz, 40 dB gain EQUALIZER LOW Frequency: 80 Hz, shelving filter HIGH Frequency: 12 kHz, shelving filter MID Frequency: Sweepable from 100 Hz to 8 kHz, bandwidth 1.5 octaves Gain (all bands) Sweepable from ?15 to +15 dB COMPRESSOR Threshold Range: -40 dBu to +20 dBu Threshold Characteristic: Selectable OverEasy® or Hard Knee Compression Ratio: Variable; 1:1 to Infinity:1; 60 dB maximum Compression Attack Time: Program-dependent; Typically 5 ms (SLOW disabled), 15 ms (SLOW enabled) for 15 dB Gain Reduction Release Time: Program-dependent; Typically 50 dB/sec (SLOW disabled), 8 dB/sec (SLOW enabled) DE-ESSER Characteristic: Wideband gain reduction Frequency Range: 800 Hz to 10 kHz High Pass Release Time: 12 dB/octave program-dependent; approximately 1 ms/dB ANALOG TO DIGITAL CONVERSION Type: dbx® Type IV® A/D Conversion System Sample Rate: 96, 88.2, 48, or 44.1kHz selectable Wordlength: 24, 20, or 16 bit selectable Dither Type: TPDF, SNR2, or none Noise Shape: Shape 1, Shape 2, or none Output Format: S/PDIF or AES/EBU Convertor Dynamic Range: 107dB typical, A-weighted, 22kHz bandwidth POWER SUPPLY Operating Voltage: DO: 120VAC 60Hz, 100VAC 5