This has been in a private non-smoking recording studio since purchase, and has had very little use.
In very good to excellent condition.
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Very clear processing, up to eight effects at once, and the Q2 is a box in one rack space. The Q2 is a dual-channel processor which can be operated as a true stereo processor or as two independent processors. The rear panel connections include left/right analog inputs and outputs via 1/4-inch balanced RCA connectors along with digital I/O via EIAJ fiber optic connectors which use a proprietary Alesis multichannel format designed for use with the Alesis ADAT. MIDI connectors provide complete MIDI control of Q2 programs and parameters. An advance jack on the rear panel accepts a footswitch and is used to scroll through a user preset range of programs. The bypass jack also accepts a footswitch for remote control of the Bypass function. Either footswitch can be used as a “tap tempo” source for setting delay times. More on that later. A 48kHz Clock In connector (also used for connecting ADATs) and the power jack complete the back panel.There are 100 User Programs and 100 Presets. Programs are made up of individual effects modules or “blocks” as they are referred to. Up to eight of these blocks can be placed in a single program. Effects are categorized into four categories referred to as “types:” EQ, Pitch, Delay, and Reverb. There are fifteen effects under the EQ category. These include Lowpass, Bandpass, and Highpass filters, 1 Band Low Parametric, 1 Band High Parametric, 2 Band Sweep Shelf, 3 Band Parametric, 4 Band Parametric, and 5 Band Graphic. The EQ effects are very versatile and offer ±14dB gain with variable bandwidths (where applicable). It’s all the EQ power you’d ever need. Four other effects in the EQ category are Resonator, Mono and Stereo Tremolo, and Stereo Simulator.The Pitch category provides Mono, Stereo, and even Quad Chorus, Mono and Stereo Flanging, Mono and Stereo Lezlie, Pitch Shift, Pitch Detune, Phasor (a phase shifter), and Ring Modulator.The Delay effects are Mono Delay (up to five seconds), Stereo Delay, Ping Pong Delay, Multi-tap Delay, Tap Tempo Mono Delay, and Tap Tempo Ping Pong Delay. The five second maximum delay time is shared by the entire program. So, if a program uses two Mono Delay algorithms, the maximum delay time for both to have simultaneously, is 2.5 seconds.The final effect category contains the reverb effects. There are fourteen reverb algorithms. You get the usual reverb rooms including various Room, Hall, Chamber, and Plate reverbs. The Spring Reverb simulates that old type of reverb effect. You get a Reverse Reverb algorithm and a Nonlinear Reverb algorithm. The latter is a simulation of classic digital “gated reverb” programs, but this is not the only gated reverb available. All the reverb algorithms (except Reverse) offer gating.Specs on the Q2 include frequency response at 20Hz-20kHz, 24-bit processing, +4dBu or -10dBV operation, dynamic range >92dB (A weighted), THD+N at <0.009% (at 1kHz nominal level), crosstalk at <91dB, A/D conversion and D/A conversion is 18-bit Delta-Sigma with 128x oversampling A/D and 64x D/A. The sampling frequency is 48kHz.