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The 1074 offers 4 channels of gating with threshold, depth and release controls on each channel. The 1074, like the rest of the products in dbx 10 Series, is ba..

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The secret to making speakers sound great lies with the crossover you use. With the dbx® 234xs Crossover you'll get great performance, ultra low-noise, ..
The dbx brand has long been associated by audio engineers and amateurs with reliable and time-tested professional equipment. As a result, every customer pur..
The dbx brand has long been associated by audio engineers and amateurs with reliable and time-tested professional equipment. As a result, every customer pur..
The dbx brand has long been associated by audio engineers and amateurs with reliable and time-tested professional equipment. As a result, every customer pur..
The dbx brand has long been associated by audio engineers and amateurs with reliable and time-tested professional equipment. As a result, every customer pur..
The dbx brand has long been associated by audio engineers and amateurs with reliable and time-tested professional equipment. As a result, every customer pur..
The dbx brand has long been associated by audio engineers and amateurs with reliable and time-tested professional equipment. As a result, every customer pur..
The dbx brand has long been associated by audio engineers and amateurs with reliable and time-tested professional equipment. As a result, every customer pur..
The dbx brand has long been associated by audio engineers and amateurs with reliable and time-tested professional equipment. As a result, every customer pur..

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"Our new S Series EQs, compressors and crossovers demonstrate that even industry-standard workhorse products can be improved as technology evolves. T..

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"Our new S Series EQs, compressors and crossovers demonstrate that even industry-standard workhorse products can be improved as technology evolves. T..
The 4-channel Di4 is designed to be used as a standard tool for many audio applications. Offering four channels, the Di4 easily solves the problem of converting..
The tradition of quality and reliability can be found in everything made by dbx, right down to direct boxes, RTA mics and patch bays. The best way to round out ..

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Adding a dbx® 266xs Compressor/Limiter/Gate to your live sound rig or studio gives you more dynamic control to help create a more polished, professional sou..
With 6 inputs and 4 outputs the dbx ZonePRO 641 provides flexible signal routing, powerful DSP processing and multiple control interfaces for Commercia..
With 12 inputs and 6 outputs and Ethernet control the dbx ZonePRO 1261 is the newest members of the ZonePRO family providing a complete suite of signal..
The ZonePRO 1260m offers fixed I/O, pre-configured architecture, configurable insert processing and optional duplication of audio channels to another ZonePR..
With 12 inputs and 6 outputs and Ethernet control the dbx ZonePRO 1260 is the newest members of the ZonePRO family providing a complete suite of s..
DBX took the dominant DriveRack 260, improved its features, and then added more. The result? The DriveRack VENU360. It provides all the processing and flexibili..
The optional RTA-M real-time audio-analyzing mic is the perfect accessory tool for the DriveRack PA series (PA, PX, PA+, PA2) and 260. Used in conjunction with ..

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The dbx 12 Series were designed to meet the needs of the most demanding sound reinforcement environments, while offering the simplicity of straightforward ..
The ZonePRO 1261m offers fixed I/O, pre-configured architecture, configurable insert processing and optional duplication of audio channels to another ZonePR..

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Part of the Harman group of sound companies, dbx was founded in 1971 by David E. Blackmer with this goal: 'To get closer to the realism of a live performanc..
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dbx

dbx, Inc. is an American producer of professional audio recording equipment. It was founded by David E. Blackmer in 1971. The original company goal was: "To get closer to the realism of a live performance." Its early products were based on the concept of using decibel expansion which gave the company its name. dbx is best known for the dbx noise reduction system. The dbx noise reduction system used compression while recording an audio track and symmetric expansion when playing it back. They also manufactured the Model 700, a unique but short-lived studio recording system, briefly popular in some circles as a mastering format. Another early product was the eXpanded range DeciBel meter, a little solid-state meter that measured audio voltages both weaker and stronger than other bigger contemporary voltmeters, built into an aluminum extrusion that was about the size of the meter itself, which was an earlier source of the company initials.

The most important inventions of David Blackmer and dbx are the dbx voltage controlled amplifier or VCA and the dbx RMS detector. The original dbx 202 VCA was based on the Blackmer gain cell and was referred to as the dbx 202 "Black Can" VCA. They were built using discrete transistors that were hand matched while running at an elevated temperature in an oven. While noisy and having significant distortion, they exceeded by far the performance of other VCAs of the time. These VCAs were used in most early automated mixing boards.

In 1976 dbx introduced the dbx 160 compressor. Using dbx's decilinear VCA and RMS level-detection circuits and feed forward gain reduction this compressor allowed much smoother gain reduction. The feed forward gain reduction allowed infinite compression without excessive distortion or oscillation. It also allow the compressor to track the attack and release times of compression based on the signal's envelope. The dbx compressor also introduced overeasy compression which introduced a soft-knee when compression first starts. A pro noise reduction card was the dbx k9, designed to fit into the pro dolby-A A361 frames, which were already in wide use in pro studios of the time, to reduce noise in reel-to-reel tape recordings. One feature of the dbx system was an inbuilt noise-gate, to just shut off anything below a certain decibel level.

dbx manufactured only signal processing equipment until bought by BSR in 1979. From 1979 until 1989, the brand name was also used for consumer audio equipment such as speakers, CD players and amplifiers. In 1989, Sanju Chiba of ELPJ acquired the dbx division of BSR. The professional products division of dbx was sold off as a separate business to AKG which in turn was bought by Harman International. The OEM business was sold to THAT Corporation founded by members of dbx's engineering group. dbx once held key patents for MTS, the U.S. standard for stereo analog television transmission, but in 1994 it sold those patents to THAT Corporation. In the present, they sell professional digital signal processors, equalizers, compressors, crossovers, Subharmonic synthesizers, and many similar products.

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