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Vintech Releases 609CA Compressor/Limiter and 273 Mic Pre

The 609CA is based on the classic Neve 33609 compressor/limiter but features all discrete, class A output amplifiers as well as continuously variable attack controls on both the compressor and limiter circuitry. List price of the 609CA is $3495.00...

The newest members of the Vintech family are the 609CA dual channel compressor/limiter and the model 273 dual mic preamp with essential EQ.

The 609CA is based on the classic Neve 33609 compressor/limiter but features all discrete, class A output amplifiers as well as continuously variable attack controls on both the compressor and limiter circuitry. List price of the 609CA is $3495.00.

The model 273 offers two class A, all discrete, transformer balanced mic preamps as in the X73, along with "essential eq" on each channel. List price of the 273 is $2195.00.

In celebration of these two new products Vintech Distribution is offering a limited time pre-order special.

For more information, visit their web site at www.vintechdistribution.com

By our press release coordinator Thursday May 12, 2005