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dbx 120X-DS

Review | Home & Studio Recording, Mar 1989
Subharmonic Synthesiser

This subharmonic synthesiser promises to do for your bottom end what an aural exciter does for your top.

dbx 120XP Boom Box

Review | Music Technology, Jan 1994
subharmonic synthesiser

When you hear the beat go boom and you feel it in the pit of your stomach, look out for this black magic box

dbx 150 Noise Reduction Unit

Review | Home & Studio Recording, May 1984

dbx Recording Technology Series

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Oct 1981
Noise Reduction

Noise reduction explained.

dbx SNR1

Review | Music Technology, Jun 1989
Noise Reduction System

There are more sources of noise in a studio than recording tape -and a noise reduction unit ought to be able to cope with all of it, right? Vic Lennard thinks he's found one that does.

The Silencer

Review | Sound On Sound, Sep 1988
Dbx 563X

The latest addition to the dbx range of half-rack studio processors is the 563X Silencer, a handy device for removing 'hiss' from recordings or even digital samples. Gareth Stuart puts it to the test.

Triple 'X' Rating

Review | Sound On Sound, Oct 1986
Dbx 'X' Processors

Apart from noise reduction systems, dbx make a studio quality range of 'budget' signal processors. Engineer Gareth Stuart put three of them - the 163X compressor/limiter, 263X de-esser, and 463X noise gate/expander - through their paces.



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