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    Custom Condesa/SSA rotary mixer for Stereodreamer

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    Moderator pete's Avatar
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    Sexy.

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    for rotary
    bored, curious, deaf or just bad taste in music?
    finally a mix by me
    and what's this, another shoddy mix...another dull mix

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    Jeeeeeeez I just stumbled upon that one. What a beauty, rep etc, now how does it sound? The view meters by themselves look just sick.

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    Several had asked a bit ago for a video of custom Condesa’s selectable 4/3-band master isolator mod in action, so just made this quick demo to share. Enjoy.

    PS: Probably goes without saying, but this demonstration is best auditioned with high quality headphones. And if you still don’t hear the differences with Sub isolator being controlled in headphones, then get better headphones lol. The differences are definitely felt though on proper sound system, especially in the gut. That’s for sure.

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    Each 3-band channel isolator is discrete 2-pole circuitry (12dB/octave) with crossover points at 280 Hz and 4kHz, and boost of +12dB (Low, High) and +16dB (Mid).

    Selectable 4/3-band master channel isolator is discrete 4-pole circuitry (24dB/octave) with crossover points at 80Hz, 280 Hz, and 4kHz in 4-band mode, and 285 Hz and 4kHz in 3-band mode, and boost of 12+dB (Sub, Low, Mid, High). When master isolator is in 4-band mode the Sub and Low bands are separate and controlled with two knobs. When master isolator is in 3-band mode the Sub and Low bands are combined and controlled with one knob. Master isolator also has a bypass switch which removes it from signal path when turned



    PS: Not sure why the built-in code for embedding videos doesn't seem to be working here, so here's the direct link for anyone interested >>> https://vimeo.com/668980795
    Last edited by [O/][iii][O/]; 01-26-2022 at 06:49 PM. Reason: tech probs with website code

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