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1988

STUDIO EXCITER Type F

Now it sounds good...
Psychoacoustics was a hot topic in the ’80s world of professional audio. The few manufacturers who providing solutions for processing or enhancing compromised audio signals were charging a premium to elite engineers and recording studios. A great deal of effort went into hiding the “mysterious circuitry” employed in this technology just to keep it a secret. Curious and scientifically biased as he is, Uli Behringer accepted the challenge of lifting this curtain and providing equivalent solutions to a much broader audience. The STUDIO EXCITER Type F was both provoking and polarizing, but it was a defining statement: At last, really good audio processing was truly affordable for everyone!

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