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Old 29th May 2007, 07:09 PM   #1
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Default esp fast peak limiter

hey guys i was checking out the Fast Peak Limiter on ESP site, and was wondering how well it would perform so i decided to make a board layout. So what do you think, did i miss anything? what would be better then the TL072's and TL071?
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there is the led trigger thing that should light up after 1dB of limiting. the Attack and Release will go to 5 position selector switches. they return back to those two solder holes on both sides of IC1. if you get what im saying.
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