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Drawmer 1968

Discussion in 'Dual Compressors' started by audiokid, Oct 25, 2011.

  1. audiokid

    audiokid Chris Staff Resource Member

    Mar 20, 2000
    Prince George, BC
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    The B1968 Bis a 1U TubeFET 'stereo bus? compressor which by design delivers a transparent ?open? sound even during periods of heavy compression. Featured on both channels is a switchable ?BIG? mode which applies less processing to the fundamental low frequency but still disciplines the upward associated harmonics which if untamed can result in a ?boomy? or ?boxy? sound. The result - a solid bottom end with enhanced sub-bass and a smoother, wider frequency response overall.

    The 1968 is a 'stripped down? version of the 1969 introduced to the market by customer demand for those not requiring the instrument and mic preamps incorporated in the 2U 1969.

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    *2 Channel TubeFET Compressor
    *2 soft-knee compressors with variable threshold, attack, release and output gain
    *Switchable BIG control on each channel
    *Dual mono or true stereo link operation
    *Side chain access and side chain listen facility
    *VU metering of gain reduction and output levels
    *Switchable +10dB mode on VU re-scales the meter for users working at ?hot? output levels.
    *VU red warning glow to signify ?approaching clipping?
    *Balanced +4dB XLR inouts

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