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Seven Woods Reissues Reverb

Seven Woods Reissues Reverb

Seven Woods Audio is going into space by going back in time.
It announced the SST-206 Space Station, a reissue of its Ursa Major Space Station reverb and effects unit designed in 1977. The Space Station now is updated using 24-bit DSP to replicate the original’s sound.
The SST-206 is about the size of a paperback book and can be held in one hand during operation. Christopher Moore, Seven Wood’s president and designer of the Space Station, shrank it from its original 3RU size. The SST-206 fits in what appears to be its remote control.
“The remote is the reverb,” Moore said. “Users have access to every reverb control from the sweet spot at the console.”
The Space Station is based on a 150-MHz, 24-bit Motorola chip, provides AES/EBU digital I/O and accepts 24-bit audio at 48 or 44.1 kHz. Power is from an external supply built into the breakout cable.
Price: $1,195.

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