OK, while I'm well aware of the feelings regarding feedback eliminators on this forum I would appreciate any suggestions on which make and model to purchase.
John....A bit more information would be helpful. What's your situation and your application? What other gear will it be used with?I'm one of the first to question the use of such devices, but use them myself and find certain of them useful for specific purposes. They are, as you know, not a panacea....but for a specific purpose in the hands of a knowledgeable user they do offer some functionality.All that said, I've used everything from a Peavey Auto-graph, Behringer FBX1100, Sabine "Solo" units and my favorite, the Sabine GraphiQ. The GraphiQ offers a lot more than simple FBX.
These devices help significantly when using wireless lavs in multiples. When you're following a script and don't have the time or focus to deal with a graphic eq.Thanks.
Thanks for the info. The thing that helps me most in this scenario is auto-mix. I use multiple Shure SCM410's for this. As to dealing with lavs in multiples, the Sabine Solo units should work very well for you. Set up is quick and easy, 8 filters/unit, works on groups with an insert.In addition to auto-mix to keep only necessary mics open and gain-leveling, I also find that a quick polarity flip will usually help when two particularly interactive mics get close to one another. Doesn't matter which one you flip. As soon as person A gets near person B and you hear it start to hot up, flip one or the other and you'll usually be fine.The FBX units will get you a bit more GBF, an auto-mixer will get you that much or more and the polarity flip will help solve the rest of it.PSThe full GraphiQ will give you more filters, delay, variable-Q graphics and on-screen control from a laptop including the specific frequencies of any "auto-set" filters. You can also use however many of the 12 filters/channel you wish as PEQ'S. I use the "black-box", single rack-space models. I have eight channels of GraphiQ in a four-space rack. I also carry two of the Solo single channel units.
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