BBE MAXCOM DUAL-CHANNEL COMPRESSOR PDF

Congratulations and thank you for your purchase of the BBE MAXCOM. . Expander and Compressor Audio Detectors result in a conversion of the audio . Additionally there is one 1/4” audio input jack for each channel which is actively bal-. Compressor 2-Channel compressor / Limiter / Gate, With Sonic Maximizer, Balanced and unbalanced inputs and outputs, Dual bar-graph meters for input levels. Shop for the BBE MaxCom Dual-Channel Compressor and receive free shipping on your order and the guaranteed lowest price.

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BBE MAXCOM 2 Channel Compressor Limiter Gate Sonic Maximizer

I first used the unit as a bass pre and it worked great. Conclusions I found the compressor capable of some good effects with my bass guitars. W x D x H x x mm, Weight Read all reviews Rate product. For vocals, it did well enough for smoothing poor mic dynamics, dual-chanmel it worked well at punching up a main PA mix.

Original review Show translation. The theory holds that changing the phase of the harmonics can increase the overall impact and clarity of a recording. I found the compressor capable of some good effects with my bass guitars. Other applications There are some other cool applications for the MaxCom. This product is currently sold out These are other customers’ choices: I set the Ratio control on the MaxCom at 4: You hear it being used almost all the time on most radio and TV programs because they often have to compete with a noisy environment in which softer passages would get lost.

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Two compressors and Sonic Maximizers in one unit – but is it rack-worthy?

For example, the Sonic Maximizer makes snare drums, guitar solos, and even backing vocals somehow “more vivid” than other elements of a mix. I took the output of the mixer through the MaxCom and into the amp that powers the speakers. We are trying one out at Studio G Brooklyn right now.

They tracked adjustments accurately as compared against channel levels and the compressor control settings. It was a nice effect to add to my repertoire of sounds and I found it had more effect than I could achieve with the EQ on my bass amps. Now you can upgrade your home studio and PA with the same kind of compression used in famous recording studios.

I rate the overall quality of the unit as good. Otherwise moving one knob causes all of the others to wiggle in and out in unison. More Thomann Facebook t. Automatically translated Show original. A little compression from MaxCom helped smooth out the bass part as well.

Thomann uses cookies to give you the best shopping experience. Well, in use I found the compressor seemed to use soft compressr at lower ratio settings, and sounded like hard knee when at Both units were good utility compressors, but particularly good on snare drum and electric guitar.

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Actually, the first thing that struck me was cosmetic. There are some other cool applications for the MaxCom. The lo contour the outer knob was difficult to manipulate.

Hands-On Review: BBE MaxCom Dual-Channel Compressor | The HUB

A very quick release time of about one-tenth of a second cut it off. This 1RU stereo compressor is modeled after its patriarch, the compressor As a company, we have one single objective: And for many music effects, the same rule usually applies.

Compared head-to-head with a Drawmer, the MaxCom’s compression was respectable, although not as three-dimensional and realistic as the Drawmer’s. On the other hand, the judicious use of compression has been a time-honored effect that has enhanced many great recordings. We do not accept liability for typographical errors or inaccurate information of any kind.

I was recently reminded of the value of having compression on your vocals when I performed at a small club using a PA that did not have a compressor.