Dynamic Processors

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  1. Thermionic Culture Phoenix SB
    €4,519.00 €3,797.48

    The Phoenix is a stereo compressor, which can be used as a pair of mono compressors. It has a ‘soft knee’ or ‘variable mu’ characteristic in that the compression ratio increases with the amount of compression being used. Initial compression is 1.2:1 increasing to 5:1 at 15dB compression.

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  2. Buzz Audio SOC-20
    €2,729.00 €2,293.28
    The design of the SOC-20 includes the unique Differential Drive Side Chain topology found in the SOC-1.1, This system ensures the compressor will never over compress and dig holes in your audio. The benefits of the DDSC have been well documented in our SOC-1.1 user comments - smooth and effortless analog compression is available at your finger tips. Learn More
  3. Elysia mpressor
    €4,199.00 €3,528.57

    The Elysia Mpressor is a new tool for creative dynamics processing. On top of the tried and tested standard features, this creative compressor provides several special functions that produce fat and freaky sounds by employing a punchy control behavior, coloration full of character and extreme settings.

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  4. Elysia alpha compressor
    €11,299.00 €9,494.96

    The alpha compressor is a mighty tool for professional dynamics processing. Featuring innovative functions and providing absolutely uncompromising sound quality, it sets new standards for enhancing any kind of audio material.

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  5. Daking FET III Stereo Compressor
    €2,199.00 €1,847.90
    The Daking FET III is new dual channel limiter from Geoff Daking, built in the US with the same audio path and detector circuits as our highly successful single channel Daking FET II limiter. The FET III compressor circuitry and gain stages are all discrete and fully Class "A" with sound quality that will be at the very top of the scale. Learn More
  6. DAV Electronics S.I.P.P.
    €769.00 €646.22
    The SIPP allows the engineer to use outboard processors in ‘parallel’ by allowing any desired mix of wet and dry paths using a continuously variable blend control. The source is fed to a single input and then split into two: The dry path represents Learn More
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