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Rupert Neve Designs 545 Primary Source Enhancer - The 545 is a unique take for improving your live sound, delivering natural feedback reduction while adding focus to primary sound source. It shares some traits with conventional “noise gates” but operates on different principle. works by sensing when someone speaking or singing into mic and allows the signal pass through, it then senses person has stopped talking reduces gain appropriately. To achieve this, uses an all-analog design instead of digital processing ensure superb control without compromising audio quality. The Primary Source Enhancer mono device that compatible any 500-Series rack will effectively increase level microphone signal, up 20dB, before occurs. Its circuitry based acclaimed Portico 5045—a benefited countless tours, arena, houses worship broadcast stages worldwide. With its simple, intuitive layout adjustable controls, invaluable addition setup where reverberation are problematic. Reduce feedbackImprove soundSimple, controlsAll-analog designCircuitry 5045 pro-audio, Signal Processors, 500 Series Gear

Condition
Brand
Model
  • 543 500 Series Compressor / Limiter Module
Categories
Year
  • 2023

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Bailey Brothers Music & Arts

Kansas City, MO, United States
(2,071)
Joined Reverb:2015
Items Sold:4,323
Product Overview
The Rupert Neve Designs 543 is a mono compressor / limiter module for the popular 500 Series format, taking its sound and control from the Portico 5043. This versatile comp can switch between feed-forward and feedback compression, RMS and Peak detection, and can go from gentle dynamic control to over-the-top brickwall limiting. Engage the sidechain high-pass filter to let low frequencies go through uncompressed for huge thumping kick drum and bass guitar sounds, or link two 543s together for a workhorse stereo mix compressor.
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Rupert Neve Designs 545 Primary Source Enhancer
Rupert Neve Designs 545 Primary Source Enhancer
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About This Listing

Rupert Neve Designs 545 Primary Source Enhancer - The 545 is a unique take for improving your live sound, delivering natural feedback reduction while adding focus to primary sound source. It shares some traits with conventional “noise gates” but operates on different principle. works by sensing when someone speaking or singing into mic and allows the signal pass through, it then senses person has stopped talking reduces gain appropriately. To achieve this, uses an all-analog design instead of digital processing ensure superb control without compromising audio quality. The Primary Source Enhancer mono device that compatible any 500-Series rack will effectively increase level microphone signal, up 20dB, before occurs. Its circuitry based acclaimed Portico 5045—a benefited countless tours, arena, houses worship broadcast stages worldwide. With its simple, intuitive layout adjustable controls, invaluable addition setup where reverberation are problematic. Reduce feedbackImprove soundSimple, controlsAll-analog designCircuitry 5045 pro-audio, Signal Processors, 500 Series Gear

Condition
Brand
Model
  • 543 500 Series Compressor / Limiter Module
Categories
Year
  • 2023

About the Seller

Bailey Brothers Music & Arts

Kansas City, MO, United States
(2,071)
Joined Reverb:2015
Items Sold:4,323
Product Overview
The Rupert Neve Designs 543 is a mono compressor / limiter module for the popular 500 Series format, taking its sound and control from the Portico 5043. This versatile comp can switch between feed-forward and feedback compression, RMS and Peak detection, and can go from gentle dynamic control to over-the-top brickwall limiting. Engage the sidechain high-pass filter to let low frequencies go through uncompressed for huge thumping kick drum and bass guitar sounds, or link two 543s together for a workhorse stereo mix compressor.
Shop 15 options from $600
Product Reviews

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