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AwTAC launches a compressor in 500 format

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Studio compressor from AwTAC .

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New-York based Awesome Transistor Amplifier company announces the release of the Channel Compressor, its third product.

The AwTAC Channel Compressor is a 500 model inspired by vintage compressors. The mono FET comp includes a line amp for parallel compression.

  • The front panel presents the following controls:
  • Drive knob: adjust the amount of amp sent to the compression circuit
  • Reduction control: adjusts the amount of compression applied to the input signal
  • Release control with times between 75ms and 3.4 seconds
  • Blend knob: adjusts the output level for the parallel compression circuit, with up to +9dB of gain
  • Output level
  • High-pass filter switch at 375Hz with a slope of 6dB/octave
  • Attack switch with three positions for fast (1.5ms), medium (15ms) of slow (40ms) attack
  • Auto switch enable the circuit of automatic release, which disables the Release knob
  • Relay-controlled bypass
  • 8-segment gain reduction LED meter (in dB)
  • Max output level: +18dBu
  • Discrete design
  • Assembled in the USA

Note that the Channel Compressor can be linked for stereo operation.

The price of this 500 module is $1099. Full details are available at awtac.com

 

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