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Solid State Logic

Solid State Logic 611EQ

$ 999.00

Solid State Logic 611EQ
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Solid State Logic

Solid State Logic 611EQ

$ 999.00



    • Laymen's Terms:


      Solid State Logic 611EQ is a 500 Series Mono Parametric Equalizer Module, with Twin EQ Design.  Remember the Eq sections of those 80's SSL 4000e consoles....I do.  They were the first large format consoles I ever had the privilege of learning on in my early days of engineering.  They were also the sound I heard on countless records from the 80's I still enjoy today.  Check out the little blurb below about the SSL EQ History. The SSL 611EQ gives you the exact circuitry and sound of the the SSL 4000e console channel strip in 500 Series Format.

      A little SSL EQ history

      Prior to 1987 SSL used the colour of the Low Frequency EQ knob caps to indicate which type of EQ was fitted. All consoles were custom built and could feature different combinations of EQ module. The following colour codes apply:

      E-Series BROWN: The original SSL EQ fitted to all consoles prior to the summer of 1985. Despite the rumours these equalisers only came in one version. The EQ card was called the '02'.

      E Series ORANGE: The infamous EQP equaliser. This was a variation on the Brown EQ with controls simulating the curves of a valve type EQ. Very few were sold. This card was named the '132'.

      E-Series BLACK: The last version of the standard E series EQ. It evolved in the early 1980's from discussions with many top engineers and proved very popular. The EQ card was called the '242'.

      G-Series: With the arrival of the G Series console in 1987 the colour coding was abandoned and the classic SSL end cap colour scheme used today was adopted. First introduced in 1987 the original G Series EQ introduced Q characteristics which were proportional to gain settings and had a degree of over shoot when boosting and under shoot when cutting.

      The current generation of SuperAnalogue console EQ (featured on Duality, AWS 900 + SE & the X-Rack EQ module) are switchable between EQ characteristics that offer either the E-Series 'Black' EQ or the G Series EQ.

      Download the SSL 611EQ User Guide Below:

      SSL 611EQ User Guide

      For Gear Heads:

      The Solid State Logic 611EQ Module for 500 Series racks reproduces the legendary sonic signature of an early 80's classic, the Solid State Logic SL 4000 E console channel strip, which has featured on countless classic recordings from the 1980's to the present. The E-Series EQ Module features two different EQ's found on editions of the console produced between 1981 and 1989. Each EQ has unique response curves and tonal character. Historically the type of EQ fitted in an individual console was distinguished by the colors used on the LF knob caps so the two flavors have become known as the 'Brown' and 'Black' EQ's. On the E Series EQ Module you can switch between these two different flavors of EQ that have been loved by generations of professional producers.

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      • Immortal SSL 4000 E Series circuitry
      • "Black-242" and "Brown-02" twin EQ design
      • Versatile 4 band channel EQ
      • Bell curve option on HF and LF
      • Fully parametric LMF and HMF with Q
      • Based on classic 611E console channel strip
      • The 'Brown' EQ, featured on the discontinued SSL E-Signature Channel Strip, is now uniquely available on the E-Series EQ Module.

       

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