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From: Martin Griffith
Subject: Re: limiter designs.+micpre
Date: Wed, 13 Nov 2002 13:21:28 +0000 (UTC)
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On Tue, 12 Nov 2002 01:11:15 +0200, "J.A."
>Where to find some decent still cheap peak level
>limiter designs for my portable use?
>Brian Aase did give me a silonex and thatcorp as
>a semiconductors but I would like to have ready made
>design to integrate in my micpre project.
>again all possible INA103 or similar designs are still welcome.
>need to feed Phantom 48V and have limiter after micpre these
>are mainly my goals. and of course quality little better that founded
>in portable DAT's like TASCAM DA-P1 and similar. But does not
>have to be as good as Cooper, Audio Devices etc.
>Or can I take micpres out of my Behringer MX802a mixer?
try the rec.audio.pro newsgroup, more people there that have hands on
experience of field/efp/eng/ recording equipment
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