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TL Audio EQ-2 for mastering?

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I have chance to buy one for about 1300 euros. What do you think about this EQ for mastering purpose anyway.

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Member Mon, 03/17/2003 - 09:21
TL audio is basically a Tony Larking production.

Tony Larking's been making cheap gear for years. -It's been budget stuff. -If not him then it seems to be made for him, examples are the Bel Flanger, the Bel BD80 delay line and so on. The Larking family (Don Larking was a used equipment dealer who used to market the Bel stuff heavily) have never really been into super-high quality stuff.

I think that all of the TL stuff is over-rated, over-priced and (unfortunately now) over-here!

Keith

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Jon Best Mon, 03/17/2003 - 12:50
nononono.

:)

Spend a couple hundred on a Urei 546, or buy a couple of Speck ASC's, and you'll be a lot farther along. For a lot less money.

Originally posted by sister:
I have chance to buy one for about 1300 euros. What do you think about this EQ for mastering purpose anyway.

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20 years 6 months

Jon Best Mon, 03/17/2003 - 16:25
Responded to your PM before I read the post...

This is a pretty good chance for someone to get into a better-than-Finalizer EQ. Certainly a step up from the TL stuff. $250 to http://www.audioupgrades.com should make it even that much better.

Originally posted by Doug Milton:
Jon,
I have a 546 that I had the power supply re-capped, barrier stripes disconnected and all internal wire replaced with Kimber. I do not use it in my mastering set up. Can you give me an idea of what would be a fair price if I try to sell it?

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