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dbx 162SL

dbx 162SL Compressor/Limiter

The dbx 162SL combines the best features of all the great dbx compressors, past and present, and gives you more versatile performance than ever before.

dbx Model 290

DBX Model 290 Digital Reverb

The dbx Model 290 is a true stereo, dedicated reverb processor designed for the professional who needs high quality results without the challenges of complex programming.

dbx 165A

dbx 165A Compressor/Limiter

The dbx 165A is a professional single channel compressor/limiter that features the new dbx Over Easy compression curve.

DBX 165

dbx 165 Compressor/Limiter

The dbx 165 is a professional single channel compressor/limiter that features the new dbx Over Easy compression curve.

dbx 163

DBX 163 Compressor/Limiter

The dbx Model 163 compressor/ limiter feature dbx’s Over Easy compression. Over Easy refers to a “soft—knee” compression characteristic that provides virtually inaudible gain control at ratios up to infinite compression.

DBX 162

dbx 162 Compressor/Limiter

The dbx 162 compressor/limiter is a stereo device using true rms level detection circuitry tor signal sensing and sophisticated voltage controlled amplifiers as the gain control elements.

dbx 160

dbx 160 Compressor/Limiter

The dbx 160 and 161 are single-channel compressor/limiters combining sophisticated technology and user-oriented features in a compact package.

DBX was an American company founded by David Blackmer in 1972. DBX will be forever remembered as a company that made audio compressors and noise reduction systems. They both things very well.

In 1976 DBX introduced their first compressor, the DBX 160. The most important inventions of David Blackmer and dbx are the Blackmer gain cell (a voltage controlled amplifier for professional audio) and the dbx RMS detector. The DBX 160 used both of these technologies to produce a compressor/limiter that outperformed other units of the time.

Other technologies DBX introduced over the years with follow up models, was overeasy compression which introduced a soft-knee when compression first starts. Models like the DBX 165 and DBX 165A used the overeasy technique.

The company has been bought and sold over the years and is currently in the hands of Harman.

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