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SE 1

Designed following extensive consultation with law enforcement and security agencies, the SE-1 offers sophisticated speech enhancement for real-time surveillance and rapid response. It’s rugged yet small and light, it’s simple to operate, and it’s able to run on batteries so that it can be used wherever it’s needed.

DNS 2

Portable and simple to use, the DNS 2 is designed for live and location sound use. It eliminates traffic noise, air conditioning, wind, rain and general background noise. It also helps to compensate for unfavourable acoustic conditions and poor microphone placement, and will suppress excessive reverberation.

Cambridge

From the most powerful speech enhancement for forensics and security to the most demanding high-volume restoration for libraries and archives, CEDAR Cambridge is the most powerful tool in its class. It has also been used for premastering countless CDs, DVDs, broadcasts and movie soundtracks. Fully modular configurations!

AR-1

The Lisson Grove AR-1 is a vintage style tube compressor based on the classic Altec compressor that was used intensively in the ’60’s.

M7M

The new Bricasti Design M7M Reverb Processor Mainframe is an exact duplicate of the M7 Stereo Reverb Processor with reduced front panel controls, and is intended to be used in conjunction with the M10 Remote Console.

M7

The Bricasti Design Model 7 provides the highest level of musicality and ease of control imaginable in a processor dedicated to the task of reverberation.

AT-101

The AT-101 is a faithful recreation of the original Fairchild 670 stereo limiter. The AT-101 is built using traditional point-to-point wiring methods and standard turret component mounts. The audio path and power supply are completely free from any printed circuit boards.

AT-1

The AT-1 is a mono limiter closely based on the classic Fairchild 660 using all the original parts specified in original models of the day. The circuits for these units are the same as the 660 models which include the use of the 6386 tubes.