RoMac 10 Band Equalizer & DSP Receive 3.6.3

The RoMac 10 Band Graphic Equalizer coupled with your present computer's soundcard, affords you the finest Windows based digital equalizer made for the Amateur Radio community.

RoMac 10 Band Equalizer & DSP Receive 3.6.3

The RoMac 10 Band Graphic Equalizer coupled with your present computer's soundcard, affords you the finest Windows based digital equalizer made for the Amateur Radio community.

Using professional techniques such as audio equalization will enhance the audio quality of your signal. The RoMac 10 Band Equalizer is like having a full featured audio studio in one package.

New Support for a Virtual Audio Cable enabling routing of audio to another soundcard application with out the need for a second sound card. Perfect for EchoLink, SpectraPlus, Sound Card Scope, etc.

You can elect just to use just the transmit equalizer, just the receive DSP filtering, or both. Utilizing just the transmit equalizer or the receive filtering, require at most, an audio isolation transformer between your transceiver and the sound card. Most users with a newer transceivers with their own DSP filtering, will find the receive filtering redundant and not necessary.

Audio equalization, compression, downward expander, silent adjustable noise gate, effects processor, feedback destroyer all in one package and just a mouse click away.

The RoMac 10 Band Equalizer has ten separate equalizer bands, with a generous plus or minus 16 dB of range, to ensure that your audio always sounds it's best! Increase bass response, enhance the mid-ranges, enhance the high frequencies, it's all done with the RoMac 10 Band Equalizer, the only Windows based, DSP Equalizer made specifically for the Amateur Radio community.

Separate Bass and Treble Controls Separate Bass and Treble controls enable the user to set up basic bass and treble tone, and then fine tune the equalization with the 10 Band Equalization Controls. Its like having two equalizers in one package.

Variable High and Low Pass settings High Pass variable from 25 Hz to 300 Hz. This will help some low cost sound cards to work properly, and is handy to reduce the "bottom end" a bit, when necessary. Low pass setting variable from 2000 Hz to maximum allowed by sampling rate of sound card setting.

   



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