DBX 231s Dual Channel 31-Band Equalizer

DBX 231s Dual Channel 31-Band Equalizer


The DBX 231s Dual Channel 31-Band Equalizer is a versatile and high-quality sound equalizer designed for users of all levels. With its straightforward controls and exceptional performance, the 2 Series represents a significant advancement in entry-level graphic equalizers. Whether you are in the studio, on tour, or at an installed sound venue, the DBX 231s is the professional’s choice in signal processing.


The DBX 231s offers a range of features that ensure top-notch sound quality. It includes dual 31-band, 1/3-octave Constant Q frequency bands, allowing for precise adjustments to your audio. The switchable boost/cut ranges of +/-6 or +/-12 dB provide flexibility in shaping your sound. Additionally, the front panel bypass switch allows for quick comparison between the equalized and original audio.

The internal toroidal transformer ensures clean and reliable power supply, while the +/-12 dB input gain range allows for precise control over input levels. The 4-segment LED ladders provide visual monitoring of output levels, ensuring accurate adjustments. The XLR and TRS inputs and outputs offer versatile connectivity options.


– Frequency Response: <10Hz to >50kHz
– Dynamic Range: >108dB


1. Can I use the DBX 231s in my home studio?
– Yes, the DBX 231s is suitable for use in both professional studios and home studios.

2. What is Constant Q frequency bands?
– Constant Q means that the bandwidth of each frequency band remains the same, regardless of the boost or cut applied.

3. Can I connect the DBX 231s to my computer?
– Yes, you can connect the DBX 231s to your computer using the XLR or TRS inputs and outputs.


The DBX 231s Dual Channel 31-Band Equalizer is a powerful tool for achieving professional sound quality. With its versatile features, precise adjustments, and exceptional performance, it is the perfect choice for musicians, sound engineers, and audio enthusiasts. Upgrade your sound with the DBX 231s and experience the difference it makes in your audio production.