Posted by Rocco on January 07, 2001 at 10:27:33:
In Reply to: Re: Feedback eliminator posted by Rocco on January 07, 2001 at 10:22:14:
: : Does anyone have any experience with feedback eliminators? For those who aren't familiar, these are effects that range in size from a small pedal to a full rack space chassis. They house multiple dynamic crossovers that zero in on the offending frequency and attenuate it until feedback is gone, allegedly in a fraction of a second.
: : I know these little boxes were designed with other instruments and applications in mind, but they seem perfect. I have been considering blending a mic in with my Realist, and a feedback eliminator could negate the increased feedback sensitivity caused by the mic (at least I think so, anyway).
: : Any thougts/experiences? Where to buy? Thanks.
Yes, I had a Berringer rack type and cost approx $ 175.00 and disliked it because it took away so many micro freq of feedback the final sound volume was terribly reduced.. go with a manual EQ of some type parametric or graphic good luck Rocco
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