Professional-grade compression

Free from artifacts, FMR Audio's RNC1773 gives users an unprecedented level of control over their signals. It delivers huge sound that feels incredibly full. Add a background touch to your signal to bring out its best qualities. This extra weight is ideal for modern recordings that emphasize low frequency sound qualities. If you want to compress a snare recording and give it more punch, the RNC1773 gives you that power in spades - or if you want to punch up a bassline for your latest dance production, the RNC1773 has you covered. height, delivering a tight but room-shaking sound.

Two modes of operation

There's a lot going on under the RNC1773's hood, giving you plenty of freedom to process your audio. The first mode is "Normal" mode, it's a fairly conventional style of compression that will add a certain amount of color and excitement to your signal. This style will of course become more noticeable as you lower the threshold, with the handy LED meter indicating the amount of gain reduction.

Specifications
Channels: Single Input and output: balanced Maximum input/output level: +28 dBu Modes: SuperNice and Normal Modes Metering: Dot, gain reduction display Housing: 18 gauge electro-galvanized Power supply: Includes UK power supply

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Listed2 months ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
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Brand
Model
  • Really Nice Compressor RNC 1773
Finish
  • White
Categories
Year
  • 2000s

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