In this video I review the Summit Audio EQP 200B Pultec Style EQ. At only £3000 it is an affordable option to the Pultec. The question is though does it perform as well as the classic Pultec. After some testing and using it in a rea world situation I came to the conclusion that it really does.
Low Frequency Shelf / In / Out
- 3 position toggle: 6 dB per octave shelving filter starting at 50 Hz, or standard engaged operation, or bypass mode.
Low Frequency Boost and Cut
- 20, 30,60, 100, 180 Hz frequencies.
Mid-High Frequency Boost and Cut
- 1.5k, 3k, 5k, 8k, 10k, 12k, and 16k Hz frequencies.
High Frequency Cut
- select at 5k, 10k and 20k Hz frequencies.
- Inputs: +4 dB female XLR (2)
- Outputs: +4 dB male XLR (2)
- Max input level (XLR): +23dB
- Max output level (XLR): +23dB
- Max gain: +/-20dB
- Frequency response: Tube: 12Hz-45kHz -0.5dB
- Signal to noise ratio:Tube: 125dB average 20Hz-20kHz
- THD + Noise: Tube: 0.057% 12Hz-20kHz
- Vacuum tubes: three 12AX7A