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The EQ-200 is the most flexible compact EQ ever created for guitar and bass. It features two wide-ranging 10-band EQ channels, plus an onboard graphic display that shows the current EQ curve at a glance. Selectable signal flow structures configure the channels for stereo, parallel, or series operation, and it's even possible to patch in external pedals for deep pre/post tone shaping. Going further, the frequency centers of all 10 bands can be set to three different types, letting you optimize the EQ-200's performance for different instruments.

• Class-leading sound quality with 32-bit AD/DA, 32-bit floating point processing, and 96 kHz sampling rate
• Dual 10-band EQs that can be used in stereo, parallel, or series
• Insert function for processing external effects with pre and/or post tone shaping
• Three different range settings: 30 Hz to 12.8 kHz, 32.1 Hz to 16 kHz, and 28 Hz to 14 kHz
• 15 dB boost/cut on each band, plus overall level control for each channel
• Stereo link function for operating both EQ channels together
• Intuitive interface with hands-on sliders and graphic EQ display
• Real-time panel setting and four memories for storing favorite sounds
• Panel Lock function disables controls to prevent unwanted changes
• Two onboard footswitches with customizable assignments
• Support for expanded control via external footswitches, an expression pedal, or MIDI
• Full MIDI I/O provided with mini TRS jacks (BMIDI-5-35 adaptor cable available separately)
• Micro USB jack for firmware updates
• Runs on PSA-series AC adaptor or three AA-size batteries

Sampling Frequency: 96 kHz
AD/DA Conversion: 32 bits
Processing: 32-bit floating point
Memory: 4 + Manual
Nominal Input Level: INPUT A/MONO, B: -10 dBu
Maximum Input Level: INPUT A/MONO, B: +7 dBu
Input Impedance: INPUT A/MONO, B: 2 M ohm
Nominal Output Level: OUTPUT A/MONO, B: -10 dBu
Maximum Output Level: OUTPUT A/MONO, B: +7 dBu
Output Impedance: OUTPUT A/MONO, B: 1 k ohms
Recommended Load Impedance: OUTPUT A/MONO, B: 10 k ohms or greater
Bypass: Buffered bypass
Controls: ON/OFF switch, MEMORY switch, 30--12.8 k sliders, LEVEL slider, A/B button, MEMORY button
Display: Graphic LCD (64 x 32 dots, backlit LCD)
Indicator: A/B indicator, MEMORY (MAN, 1--4) indicators
• INPUT (A/MONO, B) jacks, OUTPUT (A/MONO, B) jacks: 1/4-inch phone type
• CTL 1, 2/EXP jack: 1/4-inch TRS phone type
• MIDI (IN, OUT) jacks: Stereo miniature phone type
• DC IN jack
• USB port: USB micro-B type (program update only)
Power Supply: Alkaline battery (AA, LR6) x 3, AC adaptor (sold separately)
Current Draw: 170 mA
Dimensions: 138 x 101 x 60 mm / 5.4" x 4" x 2.4"
Weight: 630 g / 1.4 lb

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My third EQ pedal. I originally bought a BOSS GE-7, a great pedal; however, a bit of white noise when engaged. It's not really a factor at all, because you can't hear the slight hiss when playing. Only noticeable when you stop playing. I then purchased the MXR M109S EQ which is excellent due to it's noise reduction circuitry; however, the blue LED's are way too bright. Also, unlike the BOSS GE-7, the MXR doesn't have a level control to bring the volume up when engaged. That's not really a big deal as you can boost the EQ sliders altogether to bring up the decibels, when you engage it. I finally settled on the BOSS EQ-200. One of the things that I really like is that you can visually see the EQ curve. Secondly, it has four memory locations. As far as any's quieter than the GE-7; but, not as quiet as the MXR. Again, this shouldn't be a consideration at all. My Mesa Boogie combo Mark 525 (all amps) have a bit of hiss when you have the master volume high. I ended up returning the MXR EQ. I've kept the GE-7 for my second amp. This BOSS EQ-200 has earned a permanent spot on my pedalboard. I love this pedal, and it sounds stellar.
Posted by Brad on Jul 1, 2020
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