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The Peavey Kosmos, described as a “low-frequency energy and stereo image enhancement system,” puts both of those types of processes into one inexpensive box. The dual-channel, 1U rackmountable Kosmos can be used in the studio to beef up individual tracks or an entire mix, or live to enhance the sound of a P.A. system. DISTINGUISHED PANELS
I normally shy away from anything that's too gimmicky, but this is a genuinely useful tool for creative sound shaping, remixing, and fixing archive mixed material. If you feel a pressing need to sink to new depths, then you should make a space in your rack for Kosmos. £249 including VAT. Peavey Europe +44 (0)1536 461234. www.peavey.com
For years, many people have enjoyed the advantages of using the acclaimed Peavey Kosmos processor for extending the bass range of a kick drum as well as other bass instruments. The Peavey Kosmos M takes the sub-harmonic bass processor technology of the acclaimed Kosmos processor and incorporates it into a compact phantom-powered system.
Peavey Kosmos Pro. With a name like Kosmos and control monikers like "Quake" and "Thud," I had previously dismissed the original Peavey Kosmos as some kind of a marketing gimmick. That is, until I saw a Kosmos in the rack of my friend, who is a system engineer for one of the country's elite sound providers, and I started to think otherwise.
The Peavey Kosmos M takes the sub-harmonic bass processor technology of the acclaimed Kosmos processor and incorporates it into a compact phantom-powered system. The sub-harmonic generator in the Kosmos bass processor enhances the sound of instruments by generating a copy of signals in their bass range but shifted an octave lower.
Peavey's Kosmos is a dynamic phasing technology that manipulates low and high frequencies to deepen bass and widen highs through phasing rather than equalization, and helps mask the comb-filtering problems common in live sound productions.