Universal Audio LA-2A Classic Leveling Amplifier - For over 50 years, the Teletronix LA-2A has been revered for its smooth, natural, musical compression. With unique tube-driven electro-optical attenuator system that allows instantaneous gain reduction with no increase in harmonic distortion, massages signals like other compressor ever made. Teletronix founder Jim Lawrence first used photocells controlling audio early 1960s. His ingenious optical compression design was a technological breakthrough, far surpassing stability and transparency of earlier circuits. Universal Audio M.T. ”Bill” Putnam later purchased this patented technology, continuing to manufacture years come.The Real DealUniversal Audio’s Classic Leveling Amplifier reissue provides performance characteristics iconic original. painstaking care, every new unit is point-to-point handwired Scotts Valley, California, component carefully evaluated authenticity. As result, today’s will bring same legendary original all your recordings.Dial-in tube textures vocals, bass-guitars, drums moreRecord tracks through vintage UA, "handmade USA," circuitsEasily add warmth limiting simple, easy-to-use controlsTrack mix piece recording history pro-audio, Signal Processors, Compressors & Limiters

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  • LA-2A Leveling Amplifier / Optical Compressor
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  • 2023

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Bailey Brothers Music & Arts

Kansas City, MO, United States
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