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FMR Audio RNLA 7239 Really Nice Levelling Amplifier Stereo Compressor

Price: $224.00
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Manufacturer Description

FMR Audio is headed by Mark and Beth McQuilken, a married couple who started out their careers as high-tech design consultants for companies like Motorola, RCA and Lockheed Martin among others. Their rise to fame in the professional audio world began in 1997 with the birth of their first commercially available product the famous and revered RNC1773better known as The Really Nice Compressor. The RNC1773 changed the game big time in the compression field as it was the first high-end piece of studio gear that was actually priced within reach to all audio enthusiasts at all levels.In 2005, a new child was born to the McQuilkens, the FMR RNLA 7239 (Really Nice Leveling Amp).The FMR RNLA is a 1/3rd rack space stereo compressor that can also be used in mono (not dual mono). It delivers a thick and delightful sonic signature, harking back to leveling amps of days gone by. Many engineers refer to this as coloring the sound while others use the phrase gobs of gooey character. That is the intention here as this type of coloring, if you will, lends itself superbly to vocals, guitars, bass, strings, or just about anything that could benefit from a little magical mojo.The look of the FMR RNLA 7239 is decidedly home-grown but its actually built tough and sturdy right here (Texas, that is) in the good old U.S. of A.! The encasement is tough aluminum, and its bright red tough plastic knobs are easily grabbable, large enough so you can make adjustments without upsetting the other knobs surrounding it. Like the RNC 1773, the RNLA 7239 has unbalanced inputs that also double as Tip-Ring-Sleeve (TRS) inserts to mate with popular mixer and equipment inserts. This allows you to connect, using only a single TRS-to-TRS cable per channel, an RNLA s channel (in out) with a single cable to a mixer or other compatible device (such as FMRs Really Nice Preampask your Sam Ash sales associate about this great value in a preamp). The outputs are balanced (unlike the RNC) so hooking up balanced line

Product Features

Dynamically colors the sound that's passed through it Full parametric control Wide dynamic range Glorious Red Knobs

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