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Aural exciter and optical big bottom
Each of the Aural Exciter's two independent channels feature tune, harmonics and mix controls, enabling focus on select frequencies just like an EQ. But unlike an EQ, the Aural Exciter's harmonic processing doesn't boost the signal's output level, maintaining a clear and balanced sound. The new Aural Exciter and Optical Big Bottom features the same audio quality, with the highest quality componentry and rugged, durable construction to withstand the rigors of travel and constant use. For individual sounds or entire mixes, the Aural Exciter brings out detail, clarity and imaging that elevates sound without adding level. The Optical Big Bottom adds a deep, powerful low-frequency punch, without the unwanted level boost that comes from adding traditional EQ. Deeper, more resonant bass response with tighter articulation helps to extend low frequency power and spectrum without the build-up or driver-damaging tendencies of bass EQ.
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