The Vertigo Sound VSE-2
a.k.a. The Discrete Gyrator EQ for Tracking, Mixing and Mastering
The VSE-2 is another BIG IMPACT DESIGN and is setting a new benchmark for Tracking, Mix-Bus and Mastering applications.
Unlike other EQs on the market the VSE-2 is equipped with six discrete gyrators and lots of matchless detailed features.
This unique set-up makes the sound of the golden decade of analog recording equipment available in today's studio environment.
VSE-2 Unique Features
• Discrete gyrator based Equalizer concept
• Discrete operational Cut and Boost amplifier +-8db
• 18 selectable frequencies on each channel
• Dual Mono Design
• Hi Pass Filter 10Hz-400Hz with bypass
• Transformer balanced input
• All EQ parameters controlled by rotary switches
• Unique A.I.R Mode (Enhancement of the auditory threshold)
• Smooth and Punchy
• Super Low Noise (-98dBu)
• Cut & Boost steps +-: 1dB, 2dB, 3,5dB, 5,5dB, 8dB
What makes The Vertigo Sound Discrete Gyrator stand out from the crowd?
The Vertigo Sound “Discrete Triple Gyrator 1972” uses a fully discrete circuitry, while other devices on the market realize the Gyrator using an standard IC.
The well thought out design of Vertigo's Gyrator delivers a tube unit like distortion spectrum. The distortion is produced by the Gyrator itself at the frequency you dial in.
• Jensen Balanced In. That 1646 or Burr Brown Balanced Out
• Dynamic Range: 122 dB
• Frequency response: 10 Hz … 80 kHz (– 3dB)
• Max. Output Level: + 23dBu / 600 Ohm balanced floating
• Signal to Noise Ratio at + 6dBu = 105dB (20 … 20 kHz, unweighted, RMS)
• Noise: – 99dBu (20 Hz – 22 kHz – unweighted, RMS) @ 0dB Unity Gain
• Crosstalk between channels: > 100dB
• Power consumption: max 10 Watts