Discussion in 'Mastering' started by audioplexus, Mar 19, 2005.

  1. audioplexus

    audioplexus Guest

    Sorry about the confusion of z-stereo in previous topic
    I would like to know if any one ever used the K-stereo from Digi domain
    and it is worth the price £5000
  2. TotalSonic

    TotalSonic Guest

    Hi Chris -
    I've never used the K-Stereo box - and frankly I don't get much call for tweaking the stereo image in my work - although I have a few tools such as the Sonoris MS Codec and the SPL SX2 that can -
    but 5000 pounds is way too much for that box - as you can get it new direct from Digido for $3500 which checking current exchange rates is about 1850 pounds. Add a little bit for import duties and shipping and I think it's still substantially cheaper than the rate you quoted.

    Check out
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    to get it direct.

    More info on the box at
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    Best regards,
    Steve Berson
  3. audioplexus

    audioplexus Guest

    Thanks Steve

    A shop in London give me the price of £4895 with VAT (sale tax)
    and they do the import
    Even if I get it from digi domain the UK will charge my the VAT
    and import tax
    thanks for your help Steve
  4. FifthCircle

    FifthCircle Well-Known Member

    Feb 12, 2001
    Los Angeles, CA
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    The K-Stereo box is pretty amazing for what it does. It is a one trick pony and definitely helps with opening up a sound more than traditional mid-side processing.

    I have used it for work with acoustic music where it is absolutely wonderful. In situations where you have true stereo micing and recording, it works wonders... When you're dealing with a multi-mono mic'd mix, it will bring out a bit of ambience, but really nowhere near as much.

    It is worth what digido sells it for, but for an extra 3000 pounds (even for import/VAT)? Seems to be a awful lot...


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