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TC Electronics Triple C Stereo Compressor Unit

TC Triple C Compressor
Multi band, stereo linked compressor with analog and digital i/o on SPDIF Phono connectors, 19" rackmount, 1u space.

Not a bad piece of kit, it can be run in full band or multiband mode, full band being a fairly typical compressor and multiband allows the compression algorithm to be independently applied to three different frequency spectra. The AD conversion is fast and not bad quality, the box is very adjustable with dedicated knobs for most things and thus avoids having too deep a menu structure if you are a compulsive tweaker. You can also use it in the same sort of way as an SPL transient designer by using its envelope mode. Can't say I have tried that, but it is supposed to work. It also has a 3ms lookahead function which means the compressor output can be more accurate if you wish, the price is an extra 3 ms lag in the output that you will need to adjust for.

It is relatively cheap and again is a pretty good workhorse bit of kit.

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