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There's a new kid in town

Er, new limiter. Abbey Road. Going to set his up as a second MB parallel. Looking forward to the ride....
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What is "high end" with this? The price?
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What is "high end" with this? The price?
Used, for less than $2500. Worth every penny. The poor man's Fairchild (really poor after this purchase)
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that's going to be well worth it, congrats
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Looks like I hit the jackpot on this box. It came with many upgrades I hadn't anticipated. There were some black stepped pots on the back of the unit and assumed it was some type of mod to the box. I called Chandler and walked through what I had.

The previous owner/owners had upgraded to the following features:

Stepped Input - 21 position audio taper switches. Built with gold contact Elma switches and 1% metal film resistors

Expanded Release Times- The release times are expanded to 11 positions offering settings IN BETWEEN the 6 standard settings. Time constants are 50, 75, 100, 175, 250, 375, 500, 750ms, 1, 1.5, and 2 seconds in limit and 250, 375, 500, 850ms, 1.2, 1.75, 2.5, 3.75 5, 7.5, and 10 seconds. Once again, Elma gold contact switches and 1% metal film resistors.

Dual HP filter at 30, 50, 90, 150, 300Hz, 0 position is all the way left and off. These were the 6 stepped black knobs on the back

So it appears it was an original Abbey Road version with upgraded mastering capability for side chain duty.

The only caveat is that the cable between the PSU and the TG-1 did not come with the unit and I am waiting until Friday to see if it operates correctly. Chandler gave me the pricing for reviewing the box if there is a problem. Hopefully that won't be necessary. I wanted to document these mods here so if someone else comes across them they'll have a guide for what they've got.
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