FMR RNLA 500-series
An improved version of the famous Really Nice Levelling Amp, the FMR RNLA 500-series let's you put it in your lunchbox!
- Single-channel, 500-series version of the RNLA
- Balanced input & output
- Linkable for stereo operation
- Maximum input/output levels of +28dBu
- Linear & Logarithmic Release modes
- Accurate signal level metering via power-saving "dot" gain-reduction display
- Sealed, C&K subminiature toggle switches
- Controls calibrated in the coveted Tufnel scale for maximum something
The 500-series format is, well, everywhere. Although convenience and size are important (this is audio after all), if it doesn't deliver the sonic results, what's the point?
Even dyed-in-the-wool FMR RNLA users notice that there's something more here: THICK & GOOEY, meet CREAMY & SMOOTH!
From fully, electronically balanced I/O to higher-resolution arithmetic, the net result is the FMR RNLA 500-series: a professional audio compressor that's both responsive, small, rugged and has tone for days!
This item is currently in stock and available to order online.
If you wish to collect, please make sure to call your local Red Dog Music branch to confirm availability before travelling.
- 14-day money-back guarantee
- 1 year warranty
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This product comes with a 1 year warranty as standard.
Please note that you will need to register your product with the manufacturer to qualify for any warranty beyond 12 months.
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