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Models 720, 722
The Dominator II from Aphex Systems is a stereo multiband peak limiter designed to fit
a wide range of applications. Through the use of multiband techniques along with new
proprietary circuits, the audibility of limiting action has been greatly reduced, especially
when compared to conventional limiters. This means that greater limiting depth is
possible, resulting in higher loudness with maintained audio quality. At virtua
Aphex Dominator II Precision MultiBand Peak Limiter Models 720, 722 One conventional approach to making the summed Why is the Dominator So output predictable is to use a wideband limiter after the summing. This, however, introduces all the drawbacks Special? of wideband limiting discussed above. A very significant problem with wideband processing Another approach is to use a clipper on the summed is “spectral gain intermodulation” which occurs when output. This causes too much clipping distortio
It should be noted that there is only one ALT circuit Applications controlling both channels equally. This provides global stereo balance and imaging by assuring that both Sound Contracting — protection of amplifiers and channels always limit at the same threshold. This speakers from overload; increased loudness; does cause an interaction if the Dominator ll is used maximized use of available power. as two independent channels. Therefore, we do not Recording — preventing sudden peak overload of
™ Dominator II Models 720, 722 NOMINAL OPERATING LEVEL 0dBu (for use with +4 or +8dBu) -10dBu (Peak Ceiling RANGE switch) INPUT Connector: 3-Pin XLR female (pin 1 ground, pin 2 positive, pin 3 negative) Type: Transformerless, servo balanced with passive 4th order RF filter Chassis grounded per AES standards Impedance: 19.5 kΩ Unterminated; same 600Ω with rear-panel terminator engaged same (terminator lifts in bypass) Nominal Level: from 0dBu to +8dBu from -10dBu to 0dBu Maximum Level: +26dBu +1
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