Custom Condesa/SSA rotary mixer for Stereodreamer
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    THis mixer is very pretty.
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    The woodwork is amazing. But tbh I'm not a fan of the custom knobs, look-wise.
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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

    Video Demonstration >>> http://www.vimeo.com/668980795
    Last edited by [O/][iii][O/]; 01-30-2022 at 09:44 PM. Reason: link code not working here on forum for some reason

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