dbx AFS2 Feedback Suppressor Debuts

Harman’s dbx has shipped its AFS2 Advanced Feedback Suppression Processor, intended to eliminate feedback from a PA system.
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Salt Lake City, UT (December 22, 2014)—Harman’s dbx has shipped its AFS2 Advanced Feedback Suppression Processor, intended to eliminate feedback from a PA system.

Successor to the AFS224, the AFS2 provides feedback elimination, and is based around a one-button Wizard function that automates key setup parameters and walks the user through the configuration process. The AFS2 provides a full LCD display and 24 LED meters per channel for setup and monitoring.

The AFS2’s all-new DSP module provides reportedly faster and more focused filter sets in both fixed and live mode. The dedicated processor in the AFS2 provides up to 24 programmable filters per channel with filter Qs up to 1/80 of an octave.

“The AFS2 is ideal for installs and live performances where feedback can be one of the most difficult things to deal with when setting up a PA system,” said Jason Kunz, Market Manager, Portable PA and Recording & Broadcast at Harman Signal Processing.

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