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Lindell Audio 77X-500

Stereo FET Compressor. 500 Series Module

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Price: $749.99


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Product Description

Functioning as an updated stereo version of our 7X-500 compressor and geared toward mix and drum buss duties, the 77X-500 500 Series Stereo Compressor provides the same 1176-style compression as its mono counterpart in linked or unlinked stereo modes. Additionally, it gives you variable attack and release knobs. Like the 7X-500, it provides 3 selectable ratios and a high-pass sidechain filter that assure your bass frequencies will pass through the compressor unchanged. A wet/dry knob allows for parallel-style compression, while gain reduction metering is provided via dual LED arrays. All of the unit’s FET transistors are matched for stereo control.

Lindell Audio 77X-500 Features

  • FET Style Compressor
  • Variable Mix Control For Precise Parallel Compression
  • Variable Attack Times. 20 microseconds to 800 microseconds
  • Variable Release Times. 50 milliseconds to 1.1 seconds
  • 3 Step Switched High Pass Sidechain Filter. Off, 100Hz, 200Hz
  • 3 Step Swithched Ratio 4:1, 12:1, 100:1 (all in)
  • True Hardware Bypass
  • Transformers Balanced Outputs
  • 20-LED Gain Reduction Meters
  • Gold Plated PCB

Warranty Information

Our ONE WITH EVERYTHING ZEN WARRANTY adds a full year to the standard manufacturer warranty at no charge, see our ZEN WARRANTY page for details.

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