The AMS Neve 33609 compressor was made to the highest design standards and provides complete limiting and compression features for music recording, post production, and broadcast applications. The 2254 limiter/compressor, which Neve created in 1969, served as the prototype for the circuit design that became the basis for the 33609.
Compared to the originals, the unit has improved internal and external I/O switching while still providing the legendary Neve sound. As in the original 33609 design, the 33609/JD features a 340 discrete output stage.
A sound quality that is distinct from other compressor limiters is produced by the 33609's use of transformers and a gain reduction element. This sound, combined with the device's unmatched usability, has made it a studio standard. Multiple units can be linked together to operate on multiple channels.
This unit is the Japanese version, made in 2009.
Excellent working condition, good visual condition. PSU is switchable between 100V and 240V, currently set to work on 220V. Fuse swithc position has to be changed for 120V operation. EU power cord included.
US and EU parcels ship via UPS, ETA 1-7 working days from pickup day zero. That also applies to most
All shipments are fully insured.
Bigger shipments requiring pallets or custom made crates ship to US, CA, JP, CN, AU and other outside of EU locations via DHL Air Freight, ETA is normally approx. 7-14 working days from pickup day zero.
Big shipments inside EU ship via different freight companies, recently mostly via ACE Logistics. Freight forwarders can use different courier companies for deliveries to final destinations.
Palletising and crating time can vary depending on the size of the shipment and packaging queue. We pack all our shipments with great care.
You are most welcome to pick your order up yourself from our Retrosonic Pro Audio showroom, studio and warehouse in Tallinn, Estonia.
We ship worldwide – contact us for a personal shipping quote or any other questions.
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