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4. dbx reserves the right to make changes in design or make additions to or .. Congratulations on your purchase of the dbx AFS™ The AFS Advanced . dbx AFS (AFS in line between mixer and amplifier) as shown below. . A little practice and experimentation will make you an AFS expert in no time. Get the guaranteed best price on Feedback Suppression like the dbx AFS Stereo/Dual Mono Feedback Suppression Processor at Musician’s Friend.

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Of course vbx only makes sense if it fits in with your system goals. I like having the protection for when situations could turn ugly. I have one and just started playing with it in the living room last night. If memory serves, Don Boomer has commented on both the dbx and Sabine offerings.

I don’t usually have to use more than filters for the fixed. Login or Sign Up.

DBX AFS-224 Dual Channel Advanced Feedback Supression Review

It seems to function just as well as the AFS in the driverackwhich for me has done a good job. Go to Quote List. Do you run a ch and ring out your mains, sailorman? I use mine between the send and the amp for monitors. I haven’t used Sabine, so cannot offer an opinion there.

The one application I can see for them is a performer who wanders the stage or a convention event where a sound tech may not be present at all times. One of these mics gets passed around for bridal party toasts and MC duties in front of the mains and they are also the main mics for our lead singers that move around the stage a lot.


No amount of magic feedback suppression or equalization will fix these problems. Ideally, you’d have an AFS on every monitor send. I have both the dbx and the Sabine GRQ. Small rooms bars with hard walls, paneling or even a freakin mirror right behind the band bouncing the monitors right back into the mics If you need more filters, then you have a serious problem. The control of the device is not hard to figure out, but it is not intuitive.

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I am an avid reader here and have seen likes and dislikes. Can anyone give some input on this unit? MUEvan wrote on Wed, 07 July Advertise on the most comprehensive and widely viewed musicians’ website. I like the GUI on the driverack though, because it shows you where the notches are and how wide, then you can adjust.

Doubtful the customers would appreciate us ringing out the room. The AFS Advanced Feedback Suppression processor was designed to provide state-of-the art feedback elimination processing, while maintaining a simple and intuitive control interface. In addition to the plethora of feedback suppression filters available, the AFS also offers selectable modes, live filter lift, and types of filtration, which are all readily available via the intuitive user interface front panel.

So you dont think it would work well for use between an aux send and my mons power amps? One thing about the AFS that I don’t like is the user interface.

Please login or register. Either your wedges are lousy, or your mics are in the wrong location w. You can set the number of filters, fixed or live, that you want to use. For more information, please visit the manufacturer’s website.

I condensed and printed a basic setup and use sheet from the manual, and laminated it to keep handy. Thanks and Regards, Dave C. I’m thinking of small rooms with bad acoustics.


View the Media Kit. Dave Howard Newbie Offline Posts: Or just EQ to taste? I would imagine that the thing uses only enough filters to solve the problem, probably no more than four or five. For that reason it must be used as an insert, or in line with a submixer, as I am doing. One of the claimed advantages of these units is that the Q is much more narrow than a typical 31 band EQ. Wouldn’t that destroy all tonal integrity?

Join the HC Newsletter. I use one and for our purposes, it works great. To achieve these staggering numbers dbx utilised their patent-pending AFS technology that had previously only been available in the upper echelon line of products and made it available in this stand-alone processor, which takes all of the guesswork out of feedback removal.

Worst offender was the singer with a spot monitor, but the helped. I used to use acs dbx unit on the horns and drums monitor sends but since all of the horns went to bell mics and the drummer was replaced with a more dynamic player less of a gorilla I no longer needed the additional two channels of protection.

The DBX was a pain in the kundingi to figure out, but it’s good going now. Thats what I was primarily going to use it for.

No, I don’t own a 31 band EQ. That could be pretty loud unless you turned down the amps. The AFS is an absolute must for any live sound application.