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Dangerous Music BAX EQ

Dangerous Music BAX EQ

Originally designed by the now legendary electronics designer Peter Baxandall, the Dangerous Music BAX EQ provides open, transparent EQ to your mixes. The Dangerous BAX features the most popular EQ curves and it is perfect for mixing, mastering and tracking engineers.

Dangerous BAX EQ: One of the World’s Most Popular EQs

If you’ve ever adjusted the bass and treble on a hi-end stereo system, a boom box or even a car stereo, then you’ve used a Baxandall EQ. Originally designed by the now legendary electronics designer Peter Baxandall, these are the world’s most popular EQ curves for a good reason: they are able to improve the sound of anything you throw at them. The Dangerous BAX EQ is the first professional, stand-alone EQ to use the famous Baxandall curves, and Dangerous' version – designed by their own legendary designer Chris Muth – has become an instant classic among mixing, mastering and tracking engineers. It’s so loved, in fact, that most are leaving it patched into their audio path full time where it sweetens and deepens all kinds of music...day in, day out, all year long.

The Paradox of Transparency

The bass and treble shelves found on most professional EQs introduce phase delay and other audible artifacts, sometimes called “colour.” The BAX EQ’s shelves maintain phase coherence, and — because it is built from the same ultra-high-grade components Dangerous use in all of their equipment — the Dangerous BAX EQ does not change the characteristics of the original sound. This is the ineffable paradox of real analog transparency: you have the ability to make powerful changes without substantially altering the original sonic characteristics. Rather than adding more colour, you’ll hear the original colours more beautifully, more openly and more powerfully, no matter how far you push it. 

Sophisticated Filtering

Beyond the easy-to-use shelf controls, the Dangerous BAX EQ is equipped with sophisticated filtering options that vastly expand its versatility. The cut filters on either end of the spectrum dial out unneeded frequencies that will be boosted at the far end of the shelves. On the low end, you can cut below 12 Hz, where headroom-eating, infrasonic rumble and DC-offset live. On the high end, you can dial out ultra-sonics like 70 kHz that can carry out-of-band noise that translates as harshness in many A/D converters. And when you start playing the cut filters against the shelves, a whole world of unique tone-shaping opens up within the audible frequency band – sounds you wont get anywhere else.

Effortless Results for Tracking, Mixing & Mastering

In a category all its own, the Dangerous BAX EQ will compliment any studio configuration. Outstanding in a mastering rig, on a whole mix or in any tracking chain, the BAX EQ lets you effortlessly sweeten and deepen any music — like the best bass-treble controls you’ve ever used. 

Dangerous BAX EQ Features:

  • Unique Design Based on the bass-treble tone control EQ.
  • Ultra-high quality components.
  • Stepped controls throughout for accuracy and repeatability.
  • Broad Q-shelving for a natural, open transparent sound.
  • 7-position phase coherent high-pass and low-pass filters on relays.
  • 8-position high- and low-frequency selection.
  • 5dB cut and boost controls in 1/2dB step for precise control.

Dangerous Music BAX EQ Specificaltions

Frequency Response:

+- 0.1dB from 10Hz to 20kHz

+- 0.2dB from 1Hz to 80kHz

Maximum level:

>+28dBu

Noise floor:

<-92dBu band limited from 22Hz-22kHz

THD+N:

<0.002%

IMD:

<0.003%

Crosstalk rejection:

>105dB

Replacement Fuses:

USA 500mA fast blow for 120V

Europe 250mA fast blow for 240V

Input Impedance:

25K Ohms

Output Impedance:

50 Ohms

Warranty: Free 2 year extended warranty with online registration.

Standard warranty:90 days parts and labor, subject to inspection. Does not include damage incurred through abusive operation or modifications/attempted repair by unauthorized technicians.