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Isn't it possible for companies to make stereo gear with single set controls
Old 17th July 2015
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Isn't it possible for companies to make stereo gear with single set controls

I understand dual mono but why don't I ever see companies make stereo hear that have a single set of controls for both left and right channels? Is This not possible? I'm just saying this because the fact that most gear is mono and u have to buy 2 units. I think at this point people might be looking to have less racks in the room.

Just a question out of curiosity
Old 17th July 2015
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There are. The SSL g-series superanalogue compressor comes to mind.
Old 17th July 2015
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The Elysia Xfilter and Xpressor, also the FMR RNC. Those three popped into my head in seconds, there are many more.
Old 17th July 2015
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You mean like using stacked concentric pots? Lots of that going around.
Old 17th July 2015
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cause it cuts down the functionality of a unit for those of us who like to you gear on both stereo and mono busses. this is what the "link" function is for, and with some gear it disables the right side controls entirely, giving you the best of both worlds..
Old 17th July 2015
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Old 18th July 2015
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Ok clears it up nice.
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