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Chilean Stam Audio Engineering is now accepting pre-orders for their replica of the legendary Teletronix LA-2A compressor, called SA-2A.

The Stam SA-2A is a faithful recreation of the famous dynamic processor from Teletronix, Stam used the 1968 original schematics to design its model.

Specifications:

  • Drip Electronics T4B optical attenuator system
  • Custom Cinemag input and output transformers
  • 12AX7 (2), 12BH7 and 6AQ5 NOS Tubes
  • Completely discrete signal path
  • 10 milliseconds attack time
  • 0.06 seconds for 50% release; 0.5 to 5 seconds for complete release
  • 0 to 35dB of gain
  • Compressor and Limiter mode
  • Less than 0.5% THD
  • XLR and TRS inputs
  • XLR and TRS outputs
  • Voltage switch selector (110V or 220V)
  • Final assembly by hand in Chile
  • 1 year warranty

Final price will be $990 but you can pre-order the SA-2A now and get a $200 discount (don’t forget to add the VAT of your country). Send an e-mail to info@stamaudio.com with your name, country and shipping address. The first units will start shipping within 12 weeks. More info at stamaudio.com.

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