Klark Teknik DN 500
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Klark Teknik DN 500

DN 500, Studio compressor from Klark Teknik.

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ericthegreat 21/12/2011

Klark Teknik DN 500 : la opinión de ericthegreat (content in English)

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The Klark Teknik DN 500 is a tuber limiter, modeled after a limiter of the same name made by Gates in the 1950's. There are some revisions but only for the better as the tone is supposed to be pretty darn close to the original. It's all analog and I believe it has XLR connections but I'm not 100 % sure as it was already hooked up to a patch bay when I've used it. It is rack mountable and looks like it will take up 3 spaces.


UTILIZATION

The Klark Teknik DN 500 isn't difficult to use once you know what all the parameters at play are. It's got your standard input and output levelers, but also has a recovery time six position parameter and a single/double/triple mode knob. A manual shouldn't be necessary for most users but is probably readily available if needed.


SOUND QUALITY

The sound of the Klark Teknik DN 500 is nothing short of fantastic. It's pretty much the perfect limiter for recording vocals and is useful in all sorts of different situations. It's simply a classic tube sound that is rich and undeniably full sounding. It's useful for drums (especially kick drum), vocals, and almost anything where you want to touch your level with a limiter. I can't describe the full sound that you get with this, it's pretty much something that you need to hear for yourself.


OVERALL OPINION

It's not going to be cheap to get your hands on a Klark Teknik DN 500 , but you're always going to have to pay for quality, and especially when we're talking about a top tier tube limiter. This is a front end piece for your professional or home studio and can be useful all over the map. Most home studio owners won't be able to afford a piece like this, but if you get one limiter for your studio it's worth it in the long run to get a top end piece like the Klark Teknik DN 500