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...NEW PRODUCT !! ... Stereo Dueterium

Discussion in 'Pro Audio Equipment' started by Sebatron, Jun 3, 2004.

  1. Sebatron

    Sebatron Well-Known Member

    :D

    Due to the outstanding success of our single channel
    dedicated valve D.I coloured processor ' DEUTERIUM '
    ... we are pleased to announce a Stereo ( two-channel )
    version available shortly.

    Simply called ' Stereo Dueterium ' ,, this unit is sure to be the
    missing isotope that you've been looking for ......> 8)
     
  2. freaky

    freaky Guest

    Sebatron,
    How's the stereo deuterium coming along? I would love to know more about it... Can it be used as a dual mono unit as well?
     
  3. Sebatron

    Sebatron Well-Known Member

    Most definately . :D
    It's a very useful colour to have around.
    Basically two 12AT7 in series with switchable negative feedback for colour and two RC networks for lower frequency enhancement.

    The subtle differences in tolerances between the two channels add to a 3-d enviroment which makes the centre image seem wider.
    When you crunch the bottom end slightly , the mixes seem a bit more uniform adding to the desirable stage of it sitting really well on different playback systems.
    It's more or less in that grey area before obvious valve distortion kicks in that the benefits become really apparent.
    There's a bit more control over the soft clip so you can have a nice 50-80hz without it being ^#$%ed up by an output transformer.
    It's a really different thing you know , , an unalduterated lower frequency delivery.
    Not many ovens cook it. :arrow: 8)
     
  4. GroupCatRMIT

    GroupCatRMIT Guest

    Sebatron

    Sebatron....

    Nice idea of plugging ur new stuff...

    Everyone - Seb makes good $*^t.

    btw Seb, most of the answers were B in the exam you liar. Haha... :lol:

    GROUP C!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  5. Sebatron

    Sebatron Well-Known Member

    ....must be one of the RMIT students i taught this year ..... :lol:

    Yeah , well I was kidding wasn't I. :lol:

    Group 'C' were definately the best group i must say. :wink:
     

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