Drawmer kompresoriai

1973 - 3-jų juostų FET stereo kompresorius

Standard intuitive controls such as Threshold, Gain, Switched Attack & Release with Gain Reduction Metering on Each Band.
Fast Reacting Soft Knee F.E.T. Design with excellent Left/Right Tracking across the Full Range of compression.
Variable Wet/Dry Mix plus Output Gain Knobs give a ‘Parallel Compression’ function without the need for external mixing devices, providing Complete and Effortless Control over the amount of compression used and Output Levels.
Variable Band Split Filters at a 6dB Per Octave slope with Switch-able Mute and Bypass on Each Band make ‘Tuning In’ to a Frequency Simple.
‘Big’ and ‘Air’ Modes Help to preserve the Very Deep Lows and Enhance the Sparkling Highs.
Two Analogue V.U. Meters with Switchable +10dB Meter Rescale Modes and a Switchable ‘Peak’ mode to Display Fast Transients Not Normally Seen on Conventional V.U.s.
Dedicated Gain Reduction Meters On Each Band.
Internal Low Hum Toroidal Linear Power Supply with Voltage Selector Switch.
Classic Drawmer Build Quality with Rugged Steel Chassis and Aluminium Front Panel.

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DL241 - auto kompresorius

The introduction of the Drawmer DL241 Dual Channel ‘Auto-Compressor’ highlights the beginning of a new generation of dynamic processors which set new standards of sonic excellence.

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1960

1960 – Mic Pre / Vacuum Tube Compressor

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1968 MkII

1968 MkII – Dual Channel Tube Compressor

2 Channel Tube/FET Compressor.
2 soft-knee compressors with variable threshold, attack, release and output gain.
Switchable BIG and BIGGER control on each channel.
Dual mono or true stereo link operation.
Side chain access and side chain listen facility.
VU metering of gain reduction and output levels.
Switchable +10dB mode on VU re-scales the meter for users working at ‘hot’ output levels.
VU red warning glow to signify ‘approaching clipping’.
Balanced +4dB XLR in/outs.
Due to customer demand we have introduced new features to the 1968 MkII:
Expanded the BIG to include BIGGER – setting the filters to 75Hz and 150Hz.
Added internal jumpers that can be configured to remove the soft clip section.
Added internal jumpers to make the output hotter by 6dB, if required.
Improvement have been made to the PSU to lower the noise floor.

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