If you're unfamiliar with BBE Sound, the company practically made its name from its rackmount Sonic Maximizer units, which are still used extensively in studios today. Made up of a number of filters, BBE Sonic Maximizers are used to excite anaemic-sounding audio signals to record-worthy quality.
The all-analogue 382iSW combines a full-featured Sonic Maximizer with an independent variable subwoofer low-pass filter output. Applications for this versatile unit include: mobile DJ rigs, nightclubs/theatres, studios and PA systems.
About BBE Sound
BBE Sound is a familiar name in the music industry, and since their inception in 1985 the company has pioneered several noteworthy improvements in audio technologies. With their preamps, compressors and iconic Sonic Maximizers seen regularly in recording studios, broadcasting facilities and on stages all over the world; BBE Sound has established itself as a go-to brand for its class-leading audio processors and outboard gear.
- A full-function Sonic Maximizer
- +20dB of output headroom
- Unbalanced ¼"/RCA I/Os
- 108dB signal to noise ratio
- Maximum output +20dBu
- Input impedance 47K Ohms
- Nominal input level -10dBu
- Output impedance 1K Ohms
- Designed and Engineered in USA
- Process mode: program controlled
- Bypass mode: 5Hz to 30kHz
Signal To Noise Ratio
- 108dBu process in
- 120dBu process out
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)
- Process mode: less than 0.1% at 1kHz