It's been a long time since EQd rock and roll. This is the first EQ pedal Boss has released since the EQ-20 back in 2014, the previous GE-7 was released way back in 1981. This is a testament to the thorough quality of Boss pedals. The EQ pedal is and always has been the most underrated of live pedals often overlooked for the more glamorous Chorus and Delay pedals. You often hear guitar players lament their sound not cutting through and swap and change amps when a Boss EQ pedal would do all this for them.
10 Band EQ
The Boss EQ-200 goes further than any other available EQ pedal and has a 10 band EQ, comprising Low, Middle & High-frequency control and a global level slider. There is a digital display showing present EQ curves.
The housing for the Boss EQ-200 is a sultry black and the construction is solid, ideal for stomping on during a live performance. The simple layout of two footswitches and sliders make the EQ-200 a versatile yet simple unit. This attention to what works live is why Boss has maintained a high reputation among gigging musicians.
2 Channels, 3 centres of frequency
The Boss EQ-200 offers two channels of input and output for different stereo mixes. You can set each of the 10 Band EQ sliders to +/- 15db for total frequency control.
Store four for more roar
When you find that favourite sound, or that perfect boost for a solo, with the Boss EQ-200 you can now store those tones on 1 of 4 memory banks. Easily accessed via the footswitches for versatile live use.
The first name on the sheet
an EQ pedal should be the first pedal any gigging musician should have in their set up. It can help shape your sound post or pre-effects and really change your tone. The Boss EQ-200 is going to help you cut through the noise and help the audience realise what it is you are saying musically. Boss has a long and well-deserved reputation as the pinnacle of EQ pedals and the 200 series EQ is no different.
Manufacturer BOSS Model EQ-200 Digital Equaliser Guitar Effects Pedal Dimensions (H x W x D) 101 (W) x 138 (D) x 60 (H) mm Weight 0.7 kg Sampling Frequency 96 kHz AD/DA Conversion 32 bits Processing 32-bit floating point Delay Modes No of Bands 10 bands Buttons
- Chennel A/B
- 10 Sliders 30-12.8k
Display Graphic LCD (64 x 32 dots, backlit LCD) 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 Connectors
- INPUT A/MONO, B jacks: 1/4-inch phone type
- OUTPUT A/MONO, B jacks: 1/4-inch phone type
- CTL 1,2/EXP jack: 1/4-inch TSR phone type
- USB COMPUTER port: USB type B USB-MIDI
- MIDI (IN, OUT) connectors
- DC IN jack
- Alkaline battery (AA, LRG) x 3
- AC adaptor
Current Draw 225 mA Expected battery life under continuous use Alkaline: Approx. 7 hours (These figures will vary depending on the actual conditions of use.) Accessories
- Owner's manual
- Leaflet "USING THE UNIT SAFELY"
- Alkaline battery (AAA, LR6) x 4
Options (sold separately)
- AC adaptor: PSA series
- Footswitch: BOSS FS-5U, FS-5L
- Dual Footswitch: BOSS FS-6, FS-7
- Expression Pedal: BOSS FV-500H, FV-500L, Roland EV-5
- Interconnnect Cable TRS -> MIDI
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