Drawmer S2

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    The new S2 Signature Series Dual Channel Tube Compressor is the latest product to emerge from Ivor Drawmer’s high end designs and offers an ‘all tube - no technical compromise’ circuit using only the highest grade components. The S2 features a host of new creative processing possibilities never before found in an all analog dynamics package.

    BV-BIGB- Retains bass frequencies and minimizes undesirable ‘pumping’ by rolling off the detection signal at 75, 125 or 250Hz (user switchable). A fully variable level control allows for the desired amount of V-BIG processing and an inout switch provides the option to remove from the signal path for AB comparison.

    BV-AIRB- A dynamic high frequency enhancer to keep compressed audio sounding fresh and bright with continuously variable frequency control (500Hz to 20kHz) and variable level to control the amount of V-AIR enhancement.

    BDRYB- Mixes user defined amount of ‘uncompressed’ signal with the compressed signal to create ‘ parallel compression effect’ without the need for external mixing devices.

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    *2 CHANNEL SOFT-KNEE TUBE COMPRESSOR
    *FULLY BALANCED INTERNAL SIGNAL PATH
    *CLASS A DESIGN
    *ISOLATION TRANSFORMERS IN AND OUT
    *‘ALLTUBE’ CIRCUIT DESIGN
    *VARIABLE ATTACK AND RELEASE WITH OPTIONAL ‘PROGRAMME DEPENDENT’ AUTO RELEASE OPERATION
    *DUAL MONO OR STEREO LINK OPERATION
    *SWITCHABLE ‘PEAK’ OR ‘VU’ METERING TO DISPLAY TRANSIENTS
    *SWITCHABLE +10dB OR +20dB METER RE-SCALE MODES
    *8 SEGMENT GAIN REDUCTION METERING
    *‘V-BIG’ MODE FOR RETAINING LOW FREQUENCIES
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    ‘V-AIR’ MODE FOR ENHANCING HIGH FREQUENCIES
    ‘DRY’ MIX MODE FOR ‘PARALLEL COMPRESSION EFFECT’
    BALANCED XLR INPUTSOUTPUTS
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