Elysia Alpha compressor – Rack Series

 10.690,00 inc. 21% VAT

A modern Classic

The alpha compressor is a modern classic and becomes, since the release in 2008 a mighty tool for professional dynamics processing. Featuring innovative functions and providing absolutely uncompromising sound quality, it sets new standards for enhancing any kind of audio material. It offers M/S processing, parallel compression, limiters, as well as sidechain and audio filters, just to name a few.

Build Quality

The alpha compressor, just like all our products, is designed, engineered and handcrafted in Germany.
100% Discrete Class-A Technology

Consequently represents the art of discrete signal processing
Integrated M/S Matrix

As an alternative to standard stereo operation you can process the mid and side signals
Side Chain Filter

On-board frequency selective compression

A switchable semi automation which always provides perfect attack and release

Integrated M/S Matrix
Feed Forward and Feedback
Auto Fast
Audio Filter
Sidechain Filter
Parallel Compression
Signal Matrix
Soft Clip Limiter
Switchable Transformers
Analog Dynamic LED Meter
Passive Current Attenuator
T16 Heater
Stepped and Matched Potentiometers
VOVOX Sound Conductors
100% Discrete Class-A
Technical Data

Frequency response
<10 Hz – 200 kHz (-0.5 dB)
THD+N @ +15 dBu, 20 Hz – 22 kHz

Stereo mode (Direct): 0.0039 %
Stereo mode (Compressed): 0.009 %
M/S mode (Direct): 0.014 %
M/S mode (Compressed): 0.034 %

Noise floor, 20 Hz – 20 kHz (A-weighted)
Stereo mode (Direct): -95.8 dBu
Stereo mode (Compressed): -89.3 dBu
M/S mode (Direct): -95.6 dBu
M/S mode (Compressed): -92.3 dBu

Dynamic range, 20 Hz – 22 kHz
Stereo mode: 122 dB
M/S mode: 118 dB

Maximum input level
Stereo mode: +28 dBu
M/S mode: +23 dBu

Maximum output level
Stereo mode: +27 dBu
M/S mode: +28 dBu

Input: 10 kOhm
Output: 68 Ohm

Power Consumption
100 W max

Dimensions (W x H x D)
483 mm x 133 mm x 405 mm
19″ x 5.3″ x 16″

16 kg / 35 lb

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