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Pyle-Pro PPEQ200 Dual 10 Band Stereo Graphic Equalizer w/Spectrum Display


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  • 10 bands of equalization(per channel),with a range of (+/-) 12db
  • 10 band multicolor spectrum analyzer display
  • Signal to noise ratio: 95db
  • Rack mountable
  • Measures 19" width by 3.5" height by 11.1" depth
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Technical Details
Item Weight227 g
Product Dimensions13.8 x 34 x 46.5 cm
Item model numberPPEQ200
Country Produced InUSA
  
Additional Information
ASINB00298JJH6
Best Sellers Rank 21,806 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4 Kg
Date First Available27 Oct. 2010
  
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The Pyle Pro PPEQ200 has 10 Bands of Equalization (Per Channel) with a Range of (+/-) 12dB for which the Center Frequencies are - 30Hz, 60Hz, 120Hz, 250Hz, 500Hz, 1KHz, 2KHz, 4KHz, 8KHz,& 16KHz Featuring a 10-Band Multicolor Spectrum Analyzer Display

In the graphic equalizer, the input signal is sent to a bank of filters. Each filter passes the portion of the signal present in its own frequency range or band. The amplitude passed by each filter is adjusted using a slide control to boost or cut frequency components passed by that filter. The vertical position of each slider thus indicates the gain applied at that frequency band, so that the knobs resemble a graph of the equalizer's response plotted versus frequency.

Parametric equalizers are multi-band variable equalizers which allow users to control the three primary parameters: amplitude, center frequency and bandwidth. The amplitude of each band can be controlled, and the center frequency can be shifted, and bandwidth ("Q") can be widened or narrowed. Parametric equalizers are capable of making much more precise adjustments to sound than other equalizers, and are commonly used in sound recording and live sound reinforcement. Parametric equalizers are also sold as standalone outboard gear units.

A variant of the parametric equalizer is the semi-parametric equalizer, also known as a sweepable filter. It allows users to control the amplitude and frequency, but uses a pre-set bandwidth of the center frequency. In some cases, semi-parametric equalizers allow the user to select between a wide and a narrow preset bandwidth.

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1 x Equalizer

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By John Lamb on 25 Dec. 2013
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very good equalizer,excellent sound,looks and performance.Only drawback was no phono input,so had to buy preamp to enable me to play vinyl through the equalizer.
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By Dess on 7 April 2015
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Great quality of the sound
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By mr gerard fernandez on 1 Sept. 2014
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fantastic
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful
Very Nice, Reasonable Price 1 Aug. 2010
By Thomas D. Christianson - Published on Amazon.com
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No Buzz
No Hum
No distortion
I needed to tone down the upper midrange on my Cerwin-Vega speakers. They were sounding a bit hissy when playing music.
The manual says it should be hooked into the tape monitor loop. My receiver does not have one,but it will hook up through most any input, with impressive results. I hooked mine through the C.D. input.
The manual is not real informative. But with just a bit of common sense, hook up is a breeze. The whole process took less than 10 minutes.
Setting the lever controls and EQ Sliders took about 10 minutes as well. However, after listening to a few c.d.s, some tweaking was needed. Nothing drastic, and quite simple.
Not only did it clear up my hiss problem, it improved the low end and the highs as well. I didn't even know they needed any improvement until I heard what a difference this EQ makes on all frequencies. This is the 6th EQ I have owned. This is also the best sounding EQ of them all.
The small green-orange-red LED display is excellent. Great in full light. Even better in low light.
It has 6 inputs on the back, with easy to get at buttons for each on the front.
The mounting brackets are detachable.
The one drawback would be the blue rings around the two level controls. Way too bright, and right next to that great LED display.
I cut holes into some black cardboard paper, and slid them over the knobs, and against the lights. Like magic, they were gone, and I was/am a happy man.
I seldom hand out that 5th star. The blue rings alone would have called for a 4 star review. But the rest of this gem is so great, and the ease of resolving the problem so simple. I think the 5th is warranted.
The price is definitely right, for the quality.
In closing, let me say, I am extremely picky when it comes to my sound equipment.
I highly recommend this EQ. (Obviously).
18 of 21 people found the following review helpful
Pyle Pro-10 Band Equalizer w/Spectrum Display: 5 Nov. 2010
By SANTANITIS - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this Pyle Pro-10 Band Equalizer and replaced my old one, and the one that came with my Bose 901 series three speakers. And this Pyle Pro Equalizer drives my Bose 901's and all my other seround sound speakers and ther is no need for the Bose Equalizer to be hooked up and the sound from the Pyle Pro-10 Equalizer w/Spectrum Display is really Allsome just Unbelievable.....I would recomend the Pyle Pro-Daul 10 Band Stereo Graphic Equalizer W/Spectrum Display to anyone its a great buy for the money!!!!
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
fair to good quality 12 Jan. 2011
By jon - Published on Amazon.com
good points... i was looking for a graphic equalizer with spectrum display, very little of them are out there... i am running this equalizer thru the tape loop on my pre-amp... the spectrum display is real nice and not a bad design, but overall fair to good quality product. bad points, somewhat bulky in size, they should of made it smaller in 1 u-size.... when unit is off, the power on/off button stays lit on standby, and the buttons in front do to have problems, they may stick if you push them in too far..... for the money it was worth it. not only i will be looping this equalizer thru my pre amp as well. using two equalizers in line really improves the sound quality.... i will add another equalizer (different brand eq) inserted again for the final sound to the amplifiers, thus speakers.....
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Maybe if you're a DJ 26 Nov. 2012
By P. Wiklanski - Published on Amazon.com
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This is the second Pyle equalizer I've tried recently (and the third overall if you include the Technical Pro) and all have failed me. I had high hopes for this one, the sliders lacked the irritatingly bright blue lights that plagued other models, though the output dials have this bright blue light, more about them in a minute.

First things first, taking the EQ out of the box I noticed that the small sticker that "seals" the unit marked "warning avoid opening" had been slit which to me indicates that it had been opened, not sure how well that would play out if it ever needed warranty work. Again, like the others it features a grounded plug meaning you can't plug it into the back of a receiver so you'll have another power button to press every time you listen to music. Maybe not an issue if you're a DJ.

The sliders had a quality feeling to them and they had a center spot that had a soft detent, nice. As I indicated the sliders were devoid of that annoying light which was a real pleasure. However, when I power the EQ up the first thing that I noticed was a low high pitch hum, it drove my cat crazy, she sat transfixed by one of the speakers. Not good. I toggled the EQ on and off, it was definitely introduced by the equalizer, you can't hear it when there's music but between songs or at rest its there, softly but there. With that I knew I was boxing it up to return but figured I'd share the rest of my observations. The small output dials lack markings so if its dark or even low light its hard to see their position, maybe not a big deal since you'll likely set them once and forget about them. The power button was ever so slightly crooked which didn't effect performance but made me want to straighten it out. The spectrum display was actually pretty good. I know some don't care for the pinpoint lights but trust me, compared to the bedazzled light shows of some of the others, this was a welcomed display.

After about an hour however I noticed the most glaring flaw, one channel started fading in and out randomly. I checked the output, and tested the bypass circuit; basically when the EQ was enabled there was a random fade happening, not often, but enough. Maybe that's why the warranty sticker was sliced? Well, the whole point was sound and this wasn't going to work.

In the end the EQ did an ok job of tailoring the sound but its flaws were too many. What I've learned is that these DJ oriented products don't work well in a home installation, while they may be ok for a club, bright searing lights and distortion will only aggravate the typical home user. I hate to say it but with the lack of equalizers available from the storied names of home audio, think Pioneer, Nikko, Technics, Marantz, BSR and others, I think the best bet may be eBay.

I was sorry to pack this one back up, I had high hopes and it almost delivered. But almost isn't good enough for me; maybe if you're a DJ.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Quality EQ, at a great price!!! (Updated) 12 April 2015
By DB62 - Published on Amazon.com
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I wasn't going to write a review for this Equalizer, because the most helpful review, being an excellent review, and right on about everything.
But...I personally think the average score for this EQ is just WAY to low, for it's quality (both sound and build). It's just a great equalizer!
It's simply a superb deal for such a high quality, and excellent sounding passive equalizer!
Also, I do use it with other very high quality sound components, Sherwood, Panasonic, Polk Audio...All high end Theater quality components. So I'm not a DJ, and this isn't for a DJ's portable system.
This is definitely a 5 star item!

It's easier than most to hook up.
It's sound quality is second to none, except for a 6 or 700 dollar unit.
The price for this quality is just to good to pass up.

The front lights don't look like a circus going on, when it's on and playing.
On my last EQ, there was an LED on every slide controller, and the light output was overbearing, to the point of being obnoxious and extremely annoying! I think the lights on this one are done very well.

The slide controls are very good quality! Very smooth, and not loose at all.
They have full adjustment (+12db to -12db).
The slide controls themselves are much easier to control and set, than my last EQ simply because of it's overall height. This EQ has an overall height of 3.5 inches, so there is much more room for a longer travel of the slide control. My last EQ was only a little over 1.75 inches in height, but the same +12db to -12db, so just the slightest movement would make a big difference. This design of the Pyle-Pro allows for easier adjustment, with the longer slide travel.
Also, just so you know, this unit measures 17 inches wide.
It also comes with side brackets for rack mounting.

One Main thing people need to know about an EQ like this one, is that your receiver needs a "Tape Monitor" control. This is one way it's hooked up (I think the easiest way). The Line In, and Line Out, on the EQ needs to be connected to your receivers, "Tape Monitor In, and Tape Monitor Out, using good quality RCA cables, but not the kind that use the spiral slits cut into the grounding sleeve, they almost look screw like. Those kind of cables have a bad habit of grabbing onto the female RCA plug on your electronic device, and can easily ruin your device! Get the kind with solid outer grounding sleeves, they'll save your bacon!

As I had said in a comment, unless the quality control is out the door, I really don't understand these other less than appealing reviews. I did read them all.
It really could be some simple things messing up the EQ.
Possibly backwards wire hook ups?
Possibly the wrong front buttons are, or aren't activated (On = Green, Off = Red)?
Maybe they forgot to turn on the "Tape Monitor" (on the receiver)?
IDK, just saying...

I've been listening to it for a while now, and love the sound I can get out of it.
Both in CD's and when watching Blu Ray movies.
Very clear sound, and a solidly built equalizer, and thats all I need.
Anyways, this is a great unit, for just over $100.00 bucks.
I can't find a thing wrong with it, and, it's a much higher quality unit than my last, (Audio Source EQ)

Update:
I'd also like to add that this EQ's multiple adjusting sliders, are really responsive. I actually have more control over the sound with this EQ, more so than any other EQ I've owned, and I've basically used an EQ with every sound system I've ever had, back since 1981.
So again...Great EQ and GREAT buy!!!

I do Highly recommend this EQ!!!
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