After testing the Interphase Audio
EQ 2.2, some of our good friends / advisors / producers / engineers,
asked us to build a simple dual-channel version with just the 4-bands of Inductive EQ.
We loved the idea and who are we to refuse?
So here is the
NDUCR.

The
NDUCR is a 2-channel unit with 4 inductive EQ bands per channels
* Contrary to our other EQs, the 4-bands are vertically aligned (channel one on the left, channel two on the right)
* Each band can be individually activated / bypassed
* Larger frequency select knobs give better hands-on control of selected frequency
* High-Quality 100 mm Bourns level faders offer the finest control of cut and boost

(if in doubt, feel free to pronounce NDCUR as “inducer”)


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Taken from the middle section of the Ark input channels,
the
NDUCR is the rackmount version of the inductive EQ part of this middle input section.
The
NDUCR is designed to add colour to your signal, and silky smooth colour that is.

The
NDUCR features 2 of our IP211 modules, each containing a 4-band Inductive Equaliser.
The filters, Swing EQ and routing of the IP211 have been dropped, and layout has been redesigned.
Because of this redesigned layout, all faders, knobs and switches have been hard-wired.

The NDUCR is available as a 3 unit 19-inch rackmount unit, and can be ordered directly from our webstore or from your favourite pro audio dealer.


4-band inductive EQ

Inductor based circuits are the “holy grail” of equaliser designs.

These were used for example in the much favoured Pultec equaliser design, which dates back to the late 1950’s.
Owing to their unique electro-mechanical properties, inductors impart a character all of their own, which is very distinctive.

Our inductive EQ uses inductors in each of the four bands (unlike other so-called inductive EQ’s on the market),
giving precise control and the inductor sound on each band.

And yes, you’ll get a very distinctive sound, which most sound engineers love.

As a consequence of using inductors, this provides a “peaking” characteristic, giving much tighter control of the frequency selected.

The inductor values and components have been carefully chosen and matched to provide an extremely musical sound.

Each band provides switch selection of any of six carefully selected frequencies chosen at musically pleasing intervals.
Each band uses a 100mm fader - instead of a rotary pot - for cut and boost control, allowing very fine control of a maximum of plus or minus 15dB per band.

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Four bands with switchable, overlapping fequencies

- Low (Hz): 50, 80, 100, 150, 300, 600
- Low Mid (Hz): 125, 250, 500, 1K, 2K, 4K
- Hi Mid (kHz): 2.5, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8
- High (kHz): 8, 9, 10, 12, 14, 16
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Four bands with switchable, overlapping fequencies

- Low (Hz): 50, 80, 100, 150, 300, 600
- Low Mid (Hz): 125, 250, 500, 1K, 2K, 4K
- Hi Mid (kHz): 2.5, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8
- High (kHz): 8, 9, 10, 12, 14, 16

But why faders instead of rotary controls ?

It’s simple … we like faders.
But also because faders give much better visual control of the level of cut or boost, so you know what’s going on at a glance.



The NDUCR has 2 inputs and 2 outputs, which are doubled.
Each input has a female XLR and a balanced jack connector. These connectors are paralleled, you can use either.
Outputs have male XLR and balanced jack connectors. These connectors are paralleled, you can use both at the same time.

Note: While you can use both XLR and jack outputs at the same time (for example to split the outputs and send these to multiple destinations), it is not a good idea to use both XLR and jack inputs at the same time.

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* NDUCR movies

(in the works, we try to get them ready shortly)


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