Golden Age Project COMP-54MK2

One-channel vintage style compressor
  • Vintage style electronics
  • Based on classic diode bridge designs
  • Transformer balanced I/O
RRP: $699.00
$649.00
SKU
561002

The COMP-54 is a one-channel vintage style Compressor. The signal path uses only discrete components like resistors, capacitors and transistors. The line input and output are transformer balanced and the unit also has a third interstage transformer.The class-A circuit used in the COMP-54 is similar to the one in the classic 2254 compressor that was designed in 1969. It quickly became a legend due to it's totally unique sound character that is warm, smooth, sweet and musical. These characteristics have been heard on countless recordings through the years and it is a versatile sound that works very well on most sound sources and in most genres. The essence of this sound is now available at a surprisingly low cost, making it available to nearly everyone.

Key features:

  • Vintage style electronics
  • Based on classic diode bridge designs
  • Transformer balanced I/O
  • Prepared for transformer upgrade
  • Flexible control range for Ratio, Attack and Release
  • All controls except the Gain make-up one are stepped
  • 3x selectable sidechain filter frequencies
  • Separate Bypass and Compression IN/OUT switches
  • Meter selectable for Output and Gain Reduction
  • Possibility to Link two units for stereo operation
  • Separate in- and output XLR and TRS jacks for flexible connections
  • Back panel switch for 600 Ohm termination
  • External power power supply to avoid interaction with the audio circuitry and the transformers
  • Great sound that suits most sound sources and genres
  • Solid build quality that will last many years of normal use

Specifications

Specifications
Brand Golden Age Project
Gross Shipping Weight - Volumetric (kgs) 3.0000
Dynamic Processor Type VCA
Number Of Channels 1
Rack Spaces Half
Stereo Link Yes
Sidechain No
Analog Inputs 1 x TRS jack | 1 x XLR
Analog Outputs 1 x TRS jack | 1 x XLR
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