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Chameleon Labs 7730
Chameleon Labs 7730
 
List Price: $849.00
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Availability: Currently On Order, Stock Arriving 12-01-16
Product Code: 9999-01522

 
Chameleon Labs 7730 Stereo Compressor

Average Customer Review 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 4 | Write a review!

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I dig it. September 22, 2011
Reviewer: Nick Orr from Highland Lakes, NJ United States  
This is my first real analog comressor to sit on my mix bus. I just recently got into outboard mixing. I cant give it 5 stars because i know no better. But, i have to say there is a difference from itb mixing to otb mixing. The compressor gives me clean transparent compression. I find im able to push the overall output higher than plugins befor it starts distorting. The compression of this unit definitely, in my opinion, does sound better than plugins. The unit is well built and knobs feel hefty.

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A great value for a such a solid sounding unit! January 23, 2010
Reviewer: Jeremy Park from Nampa, ID United States  
If you're in need of a great stereo compressor that can rival it's top dollar counterparts at a reasonable price, the 7720 is a sound investment.  It has very similar compression characteristics as a GSSL, but it's much more flexible due to it's HPF feature and 1.5 to 1 ratio option, which I find to be perfect when you need "just enough" compression.  Aside from a mixbus compressor, I've also found it to be quite impressive on drum overheads, and it's become one of my favorite compressors for piano and other percussive instruments.  I've also tried it out as a kick drum compressor while mixing a recent EP, and it worked wonders in this application, as it's easy to really control transience without making the low end feel lifeless (utilizing the HPF feature).  All in all, it's a great piece of gear due to it's famous circuit design, and my hats off to Chameleon Labs for providing a way to get us engineers into solid sounding gear for budget prices.

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Best bang for buck compressor I've ever used March 1, 2009
Reviewer: michael gilliland from galloway, OH United States  
So I have quite a few compressors (Purple MC77, Chandler Germ Comp, dbx 160A, FMR Audio RNC, ART Pro VLA, Aphex 651, tfPro p38, etc) and this compressors continues to put a smile on my face.
It's perfect on drum bus or anywhere you want just a touch of musically transparent compression.
The amount of features for how little it costs is just insane.  It obviously won't be the right tool for all applications but I recommend it to all my friends.  I should get a commission as many people as I've turned on to this.  My only gripe is the ugly power supply but you can always buy the rack mount supply for extra cash.  If I'm really being greedy then I would ask for dual mono or stereo operation.

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What a great Stereo Comp! February 12, 2009
Reviewer: Stephen Leiweke from Nashville, TN United States  
I am falling in love with this compressor more and more every time I use it.  It excels on the 2 bus unlike any I've tried so far.  The HPF makes it a dream.  I can still push the low end as hard as I like, with out it pumping the vocals or other elements in the mix.   The sonics of the unit add a cool urgency to the mix that I really enjoy.  

If you're looking for a stereo compressor, it's more than worth a listen.    Check one out.

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