Rolls SL33b Stereo Program Limiter

BH #ROSL33B • MFR #SL33B
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Rolls SL33b Stereo Program Limiter
Key Features
  • Stereo Compressor/Limiter
  • 1/8" Stereo / RCA Inputs & Outputs
  • Automatic Program Limiting
  • Output Level Control
The SL33b from Rolls is a stereo program limiter that provides smooth dynamics processing for mainly consumer-level equipment. It features 1/8" TRS stereo mini and RCA connectors for both the input and output, and includes makeup gain and threshold level controls for exactly tailoring the response.
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Rolls SL33B Overview

The SL33b from Rolls is a stereo program limiter that provides smooth dynamics processing for mainly consumer-level equipment. It features 1/8" TRS stereo mini and RCA connectors for both the input and output, and includes makeup gain and threshold level controls for exactly tailoring the response.

The unit maintains a consistent volume level for a more comfortable listening experience and can be used in restaurants, night clubs, schools, places of worship, or in the home.

UPC: 675889000337

Rolls SL33B Specs

Inputs1 x 3.5 mm TRS stereo mini
2 x RCA (unbalanced)
Outputs1 x 3.5 mm TRS stereo mini
2 x RCA (unbalanced)
Compression RatioProgram dependent
Threshold-13 to 6 dB, variable
Input Impedance10 kΩ balanced/unbalanced
Output Impedance50 Ω balanced/unbalanced
Maximum Input Level+10 dBV
Maximum Output Level+13 dBV
Power12 VDC, 50 mA
Dimensions (W x H x D)4 x 3.4 x 1.5" (102 x 85 x 38 mm)
Weight1 lb (0.4 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.96 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.2 x 4.8 x 2.5"
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Would this be a good device for evening out the crazy volume levels on my tv?
Asked by: Anonymous
Absolutely! Very simple...just set the Makeup Gain control at the 0 position, and set the Threshold to a level that brings down the extremely loud audio to a level near that of a normal listening level. If you hear the limiter pumping or breathing too much on louder program audio, lower the input level and tweak the Makeup Gain a bit to even things out. It works great for my hard-drive based music collection, which varies greatly in level due to the variety of formats and recording techniques used over the past 4 decades!
Answered by: E D.
Date published: 2021-01-31

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So would I be able to use this to limit the volume on my home receiver, so that once the speakers reach a certain volume they won't get any louder past the set point?
Asked by: Garrett G.
I use it for headphones in a live band setup but it will work for a home stereo. If you want to limit an single source say a TV just connect inline. To limit multiple sources use a preamp in/out or tape in/out.
Answered by: Michael S.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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