Vertigo Sound VSE-2

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Vertigo Sound VSE-2 Gyrator EQ Red Velvet a Discrete Gyrator EQ VSE-2 for Tracking, Mixing and Mastering.

GYRATOR FOR ALL!
The VSE-2 is another BIG IMPACT DESIGN and is setting a new benchmark for Tracking, Mix-Bus and Mastering applications. Unlike other EQs on the market the VSE-2 is equipped with six discrete gyrators and lots of matchless detailed features. This unique set-up makes the sound of the golden decade of analog recording equipment available in today‘s studio environment.

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5 388,00 €

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4 490,00 €   tax excl.

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Features
• Discrete gyrator based Equalizer concept
• Discrete operational Cut and Boost amplifier +/-8db (+/-5dB on the mastering version)
• 18 selectable frequencies on each channel
• Dual Mono Design
• Hi Pass Filter 10Hz-400Hz with Bypass (10Hz-80Hz for the mastering version)
• Transformer balanced Input
• All EQ parameters controlled by rotary switches
• Unique A.I.R Mode (Enhancement of the auditory threshold)
• Smooth and Punchy
• Super Low Noise (-98dBu)
• Cut & Boost steps +-: 1dB, 2dB, 3,5dB, 5,5dB, 8dB (+/-1dB on the mastering version)

What is a Gyrator?
Originally proposed in 1948, a gyrator is a type of electronic network that can be used at the heart of equaliser designs as an alternative to its even older inductor predecessor. Although inductors are still popular with some designers looking for a vintage sound, they have inherent issues like ringing and odd harmonics.

On the other hand, gyrators can work better than the ‘real thing’ and give the designer more freedom, a factor put to work in the VSE-2 to create, among other things, a tube-like distortion spectrum.

THE SPECS OF THE VSE-2
The Vertigo Sound “Discrete Triple Gyrator 1972” uses a fully discrete circuitry, while other devices on the market realize the Gyrator using an standard IC. The well thought out design of Vertigo‘s Gyrator delivers a tube unit like distortion spectrum. The distortion is produced by the Gyrator itself at the frequency you dial in.

THE SPECS OF THE VSE-2
The Vertigo Sound “Discrete Triple Gyrator 1972” uses a fully discrete circuitry, while other devices on the market realize the Gyrator using an standard IC. The well thought out design of Vertigo‘s Gyrator delivers a tube unit like distortion spectrum. The distortion is produced by the Gyrator itself at the frequency you dial in.

Specifications
• Jensen Balanced In. That 1646 or Burr Brown Balanced Out
• Dynamic Range: 122 dB
• Frequency response: 10 Hz … 80 kHz (– 3dB)
• Max. Output Level: + 23dBu / 600 Ohm balanced floating
• Signal to Noise Ratio at + 6dBu = 105dB (20 … 20 kHz, unweighted, RMS)
• Noise: – 99dBu (20 Hz – 22 kHz – unweighted, RMS) @ 0dB Unity Gain
• Crosstalk between channels: > 100dB
• Power consumption: max 10 Watts

DISTORTION AND EQUALISATION

VSE-2 Cut & Boost

VSE-2 Distortion Spectrum


Standard Vs Mastering version
Both versions have the same audio path and electronic components.
The main differences are:
• 1dB Stepped gain potentiiometers offering +/-5dB of gain per band, instead of continuous +/-8dB gain on the standard version
• HPF sweeping from 10Hz to 80Hz offering more precision on the mastering version, while the standard version wipes from 10Hz to 400Hz.
We suggest that you choose the mastering version ONLY if you do mastering mainly.

Condition New
Type 3 band Gyrator EQ
Application Tracking, Mixing & Mastering
Channels Dual Mono
Circuit Solid State
Inout transformer(s) Jensen
Output transformer(s) That / Burr Brown
Format 19"
Chassis 2 U
Quantity 1

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