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Smart Sound Detonator Graphic Equalizer and Spectrum Analyzer Audio Equalizer
Obliterate the wall between you and the individual instruments in your music. Infuse your own stereo system's sound with a breathtakingly vibrant 30 to 50% improvement in sound quality that you can see with this superb Lineartech Equalizer/Spectrum Analyzer for just $149.
 
 
By Sol Harari
Close your eyes. Touch a button. And you'll hear your stereo system literally explode with new found life.
You'll hear the gentle brushes on a snare drum, the startling bone-jarring realism of a thunderclap, or the excitement of a full cymbal crash.
You'll hear string basses and other deep low instruments emerge from the bass (that will sound murky by comparison), with such clarity and such definition that you'll feel you can almost touch each instrument.
This astoundingly distinct yet powerful bass adds a never before experienced full-bodied warm feeling of depth to your music.

A BONUS YOU CAN HEAR.
But don't take my word for the sound quality improvement. With the built-in spectrum analyzer you can actually see each frequency on 220 Florescent Elements.
And I'm including as a bonus, a copy of my own personal 'Test Tone' CD so you won't have to guess.
You can see the improvement as you hear it. You'll be able to check each frequency between 20hz and 20,000hz, sweep tones and pink noise too.
You'll see it all. I'm actually coping the CD that I use whenever I evaluate equipment. It's not fancy, but it will give you a leg up on any audio equipment you ever buy or use from now on.
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You'll use it to evaluate your main stereo system, the system in your car, your portables and your den and office. Now you'll know what you are and are not hearing.
But, back to the equalizer. You can count on great sound from this top of the line Equalizer/Analyzer.
It has a frequency response that stretches all the way from 10hz to 100,000hz ±1db. And its Hum and Noise A-weighted is a remarkable -104 db (at 1V output). You'll be improving all your musical sound, not making it noisy or muddy with this fine audiophile component.
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See your music. See the instruments as they move across the oversized exciting display. You'll see string basses at the low end, cymbals at the high end. And everything else in between. It's both interesting and exciting to watch. And you'll have a visual confirmation of what you hear and what changes and improvements you make.
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Here you see the meter reading from my Test CD's 32hz track. You'll see each frequency as you hear it, so you'll know when 16,000hz is being played whether you can hear it or not. And while what you hear is subjective, seeing how many of the florescent elements are illuminated for each frequency gives you an exact measure of what frequencies your system is producing.
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FIRST THE EQUALIZER
YOUR STEREO'S HIDDEN SOUNDS
Your stereo can sound incredibly better. Just a 5db roll-off at the high end, up around 14,000hz to 16,000hz can just decimate the harmonics that give you the open feeling you'd experience at a live concert.
A similar roll-off at 60hz causes the fundamental bass notes to just fade away into the murk.
Not Magic. An equalizer isn't some magical device that manufactures sounds that don't exist. Most of the frequencies that will make your music really vibrant, are actually already recorded in your music. You'll be able to prove this with a few simple tests we'll discuss in a few minutes.
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You see, certain frequencies are simply not reproduced with as much volume as are the midrange frequencies which stretch from about 800hz to 2,000hz.
An equalizer simply lets you establish accurate and INDIVIDUAL control of all frequencies to fit your equipment, your recordings, your taste and your listening environment.

---IF YOU READ NOTHING ELSE. . .
So, you think your CDs are perfect? Your FM? Your LPs? Your cassettes? Your MP3s? The truth is that DDD CDs (all digital D=Digital Master, D=Digital Mixed, D=Digital reproduction, as opposed to analog masters simply reproduced digitally like all the oldies) are as close as we've gotten so far to flat, perfect reproduction.
But it's not the CDs. It's your room and your speakers. If your speakers are against a wall, they will tend to boost bass because of the standing waves.
If you have couches and carpets in your listening room, they easily knock 10db or more off your highs. If your room is 'hard', with no coverings or furniture, your highs will be strident and harshly overwhelm your bass.
With an equalizer you can INDIVIDUALLY sculpt EACH frequency for EACH channel to EXACTLY match and compensate for your listening environment.
The difference isn't small. It isn't subtle. It will absolutely blow you away. An equalizer is bar none, the single most powerful musical improvement you can make to your listening enjoyment.
I guess that's why over 280,000 DAKonians acquired equalizers from me in the past. You will love owning and more important listening to this equalizer for what it does for your music from now on.

TOTAL MUSICAL CONTROL
It's totally unlike bass and treble controls which simply boost everything from the midrange down for bass, or everything from the midrange up for treble. You can boost the low-bass at 32hz, 63hz and/or 125hz to animate specific areas or instruments. It really makes individual instruments come alive.
And when you boost the part of the bass you like, you don't disturb the midrange frequencies and make your favorite singer sound like he has a sore throat.
The high frequencies really determine the clarity and brilliance of your music. The problem is that 'highs' are very directional.
Wherever you move in your listening room, you'll find a big difference in high-end response. Try listening to some brushing cymbals and move off access. Normally you might not notice the difference, your music's just not exciting. Now you will see just how incredibly much you've been missing.
You see, no recording engineer or equipment manufacturer can even begin to control your listening environment. And till now, neither could you. Now you can.
You can control the highs at 4,000hz, 8,000hz and/or 16,000hz to bring crashing cymbals to life at 16,000hz while at the same time you can cut hiss and noise below.
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But there's more. Don't leave out the midrange. You can boost trumpets at 300 to 500hz, or a clarinet at 1,000hz. You can boost or cut any part of the frequency spectrum a full ±12db.

EASY HOOKUP - TWO WAYS
Just Plug it in. Way One - Use your tape monitor circuit but don't lose it. Just insert the equalizer in your tape monitor/CD Record loop (whichever you have) and then you can listen or record with or without equalization.

Way Two - You can insert the equalizer between your preamp and amp. Either way, you'll have startlingly improved musical sound from now on. And don't forget you can record with the equalizer too.
A note about recording. Think of your car, your office or your bedroom. They have different sonic positives and negatives.
I tend to like to add bass for CDs I make for my car and highs for the CDs in my portables. If you make CDs or still make tapes for that matter, you can easily equalize the signal before it goes into your sound card for perfectly sculpted sound the way you want it from now on.

THE SPECTRUM ANALYZER
Now you can scientifically view your music, not just as a single level on a VU meter, but as a kaleidoscopic parade of 10 individual 20 element VU meters.
Each is tuned to a specific octave of the sound spectrum. An eleventh 20 element meter averages all levels for master output level.
The effect is awesome. You can visually isolate a string bass or cymbal, and actually see each individual instrument almost as a wave moving across the 220 individual florescent elements. You'll have a better understanding of the frequency components that make up your music. And, well, it's a blast to watch.

THE FINAL FACTS
There are 20 slide controls each with a bright LED to clearly show its position, even from across the room. Each control will add or subtract up to 12db. (That's a 24db range!)
There are separate sound detonation slide controls for each channel at 32hz, 63hz, 125hz, 250hz, 500hz, 1,000hz, 2,000hz, 4,000hz, 8,000hz and 16,000hz.
Lineartech backs this top of the line Graphic Equalizer and Spectrum analyzer with a standard limited warranty. It's 16.5" wide, 3.5" tall and 9" deep. It's a really powerful addition to your stereo system.
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DREW'S (MY) TEST DISC BONUS
I want you to see what I see. Hear what I hear. And Test what I test. OK first an admission. It's not fancy. I'm just copying the disc I created for myself onto a CDRs so you can make these tests yourself.
Here's what's on the disc. Test tones so you can evaluate how you hear the frequencies in your own room, car, office or bedroom. So, can you hear a 16,000hz tone? Does your stereo really produce 20hz? 32hz? Now you'll know. How about your portable? Is your car's system as good as you thought?
You'll start with a 1000hz Reference tone. Then 500hz left/right channel checks. Next, tones at 32hz, 63hz, 125hz, 250hz, 500hz, 1,000hz, 2,000hz, 4,000hz, 8,000hz and 16,000hz.
You'll get a full frequency sweep from 20hz all the way to 20,000hz. Finally, you'll get pink noise and white noise at minus 20db.
It's a handy disc to have and if you don't need an equalizer today, I'll make it available to you for just $5 below.
Note: I'm going to ship it in just a cardboard sleeve and it won't have a fancy label either.
But, it will provide the test tones for you to check out your system(s) and your ears. (Note: this is not a medical device.) With the analyzer in this equalizer, you can see each tone as it moves across the 10 20 element Florescent displays Test discs are really worth owning.

MAKE YOUR MUSIC EXPLODE
RISK FREE
It's startling. Music so vibrant with life you'll swear it's 3-dimensional. Sculpture your music any way you want it. If you're not 100% thrilled for any reason, simply return it to DAK within 30 days in its original box for a courteous refund.

To order your Smart Sound Detonator 10 Band Graphic Equalizer with Spectrum Analyzer and My Personal Frequency Test Disc Risk Free with your credit card Click the Buy Button below. It's just $149 ($12 P&H) Order Number 2024. NY residents add sales tax.

The sound of your stereo will explode with newfound life as you detonate each individual frequency band. It's NOT a small or subtle improvement to your music. This equalizer will transform excitement into your music like no other component you can add.

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The Test Tone Disc Only
JUST WANT DREW'S (MY) TEST DISC?
I want you to see what I see. Hear what I hear. And Test what I test. OK first an admission. It's not fancy. I'm just copying the disc I created for myself onto a CDRs so you can make these tests yourself.
Here's what's on the disc. Test tones so you can evaluate how you hear the frequencies in your own room, car, office or bedroom. So, can you hear a 16,000hz tone? Does your stereo really produce 20hz? 32hz? Now you'll know. How about your portable? Is your car's system as good as you thought?
You'll start with a 1000hz Reference tone. Then 500hz left/right channel checks. Next, tones at 32hz, 63hz, 125hz, 250hz, 500hz, 1,000hz, 2,000hz, 4,000hz, 8,000hz and 16,000hz.
You'll get a full frequency sweep from 20hz all the way to 20,000hz. Finally, you'll get pink noise and white noise at minus 20db.
It's a handy disc to have and if you don't need an equalizer today, I'll make it available to you for just $5 below.
Note: I'm going to ship it in just a cardboard sleeve and it won't have a fancy label either.
But, it will provide the test tones for you to check out your system(s) and your ears.  (Note: this is not a medical device.) With the analyzer in this equalizer, you can see each tone as it moves across the 10 20 element Florescent displays Test discs are really worth owning.
Drew's Personal Test Tone CD
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Frequency Equalization The More You know, The Better It Sounds.

Q: We all think we need 20 to 20,000hz to reproduce music. What’s the fundamental frequency range of the Male human voice?
20hz to 20,000hz
40hz to 12,500hz
75hz to 10,000hz
100hz to 900hz

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Drew's Quick Take Review

At a Glance:
Description
This is a 10-band equalizer with a spectrum analyzer that lets you dramatically improve specific frequency bands within your music to make it sound more dynamic and really alive.

Pros:
•Sculpt your music to your room
•Choose instruments and make them emerge distinctly
•100% pure 10-100,000hz frequency response
•Interesting to watch 10 band spectrum analyzer display
•Record & Defeat capability.
•20 Lighted sliders
•Independent Master Left Right Volume controls
Cons:
•No freeze/Hold on Spectrum Analyzer Display.
•Only provisions for 1 tape deck/CDR for recording.


Quick Conclusion: Or Why This Product
I love equalizers because they let me bring various parts of my music to life. This is a day and night difference in sound enjoyment. Make part of the bass throb without muddying the midrange or get that open airy life in the highs without hiss and scratchy vocalists. You can make your music come alive. And you can use it to record CDs or tapes for use in other places that are pre-equalized to sound terrific. And, oh yes, this is a simply superb equalizer.



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