Lindell Audio 17X Single-Channel FET Compressor/Limiter

Lindell Audio 17X Single-Channel FET Compressor/Limiter

Lindell Audio 17X Single-Channel FET Compressor/Limiter

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Lindell Audio 17X Single-Channel FET Compressor/Limiter

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  • Based on 1176 Design
  • Stepped Ratio Control
  • Stepped Attack & Release Times
  • Stepped Sidechain Filter
  • Signal High & Low-Pass Filters
  • Carnhill I/O Transformers
  • Mix Knob for Parallel Compression
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Created as their take on the classic 1176 compressor and limiter, the 17X Single-Channel FET Compressor/Limiter from Lindell Audio features a transformer-coupled designed with Carnhill input and output transformers. While based on the 1176, it has a variety of features not found on that original design, including a mix knob for instant parallel compression, a sidechain filter, and signal high- and low-pass filters. Its ratio, attack, and release time controls are all stepped for easy recall.

FET-style compressor
Variable mix control for parallel compression
True hardware bypass
Carnhill input / output transformers
Switchable vintage meter to show input-gain reduction-output
Alps pots, Wima capacitors, Fender super switches, gold-plated XLR connectors
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Type FET style compressor
Attack Time 5-step switched between 20 to 800 ms
Release Time 5-step switched between 50 ms and 0.8 s
Sidechain Filter 5-step switched high-pass filter: off, 100, 200, 300, 600 Hz
Ratio 5-step switched: 4:1, 8:1, 12:1, 20:1, 100:1
High Pass Filter Signal high-pass filter: 6 dB/octave @ 80 Hz
Low Pass Filter Signal low-pass filter: 6 dB/octave @ 12 kHz

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