C2584 | 2 Channel (Stereo) Colour Processor in One 500 Slot
- Save Your Money and Space in 500 Rack!
- 2 Colour Slots per Channel – 4 In Total
- High-Quality ALPS Potentiometers
- 0.2dB Matching Between Channels
- Stereo Balanced Inputs
- Stereo Balanced Outputs
- Individual Bypass Switch for Each Colour Module
- Studio Grade Texas Instruments Opamps
- Output Adapter Included
- Compatible with DIYRE Colour Format
C2584 is a Dual Mono (Stereo) Colour Processor unit which fits in a single 500 rack space. C2584 can be used for Mastering and to process line level signals from DAW or electronic instruments.
Each Channel has 2 Colour Module Slots compatible with DIYRE Colour Format – 4 Colour Modules in total per single 500 rack space.
Left and Right channels can be connected in series (with additional TRS cable) to use all 4 Colour Modules in Mono configuration.
Left and Right channels have separate balanced Line Inputs on the Front Panel. Pair of standard TRS cables is required to process the stereo signal or two independent tracks.
Use your favourite Colour Modules to do the Mastering of your finished Stereo MIX.
C2584 is Easy to Use!
Each Channel has INPUT LEVEL control knob and OUTPUT LEVEL control knob. Each of the 2 Colour Modules (per channel) can be bypassed by individual Bypass Switch. Each channel has a total gain of +18dB.
The level of the signal which is sent to the Colour Modules is controlled by the INPUT LEVEL (L or R) knob. The OUTPUT LEVEL (L or R) knob controls the level of the output signal from the Colour Modules, which is also the output level of the C2584 unit.
All control pots are carefully matched to ensure correct stereo operation. C2584 is perfect for post-processing and Mastering!
The C2584 has High Headroom balanced line inputs based on Studio Grade Texas Instruments operational amplifiers.
You can safely send hot signals from your DAW system to saturate Colour Modules.
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Nous découvrons le monde des “color modules” avec joie. Logés sur une carte hôte au format module 500, le signal peut traverser jusqu’à 4 “couleurs” de différents types (transfos, opamp, tubes… Voir même des EQs et des compresseurs), et ce à des niveaux variables pour chaque étage. Mettons un peu plus de couleur dans nos pistes !