Stereo FET Compressor &
- Stereo FET Kompressor mit Vorverstärker
- THAT Mikrofon Preamp Gain bis +66dB
- Separate XLR Mikrofon und Line Inputs
- Frontpanel DI Input
- Kompressor Thru Bypass
- Regler für Threshold, Ratio, Attach & Release
- 8 Segment LED Anzeige zeigt Gain Reduction
- 2 Betriebsmodi: Big und Air
- Sidechain Inserts auf Geräterückseite
- Variabler Wet/Dry Regler
- Output Gain
With a heritage inspired by the first pro audio "tool box" compressor, the illustrious Drawmer 1960, but with a greatly expanded feature set, the 1970 Dual F.E.T. Compressor and Pre-Amplifier is one of the most adaptable mic preamplifier/compressors on the market today, bringing vintage audio characteristics at an affordable price.
Whilst the feature set of the 1970 is similar to the Drawmer 1960, and the layout of the controls will add to the comparisons, the 1970 has been greatly improved and the EQ has been fine tuned to be more accurate than its stable-mate, with various improvements
The 1970 use the latest THAT Corporation technology in the 2 mic preamps to provide ultra clean, transparent and precise recordings that can be processed at a later stage using your favourite warming method, be it saturation, valve, transformer or tape. In addition each channel is capable of 66dB of gain, with switchable mic impedance for accurate mic matching to bring out the best from any microphone used. Phase reverse is also included.
From tracking instruments via the dedicated D.I. input, to recording vocals via the ultra clean mic pre's, recording a guitar cabinet with two microphones, or a singer playing guitar, or even stereo buss compression using the comprehensive linking and mix facilities, the 1970 is the perfect versatile tool for any studio or live event.