The Audio Transient Suppressor is designed to eliminate the potential damaging turn on and turn off transient pop that you get when turning on and off your mixer.
Most audio engineers know to turn on your mixer first and then power up the power amplifiers in the system and to reverse the order when powering down the system. The problem is that many times systems are damaged by the large turn on and turn off transients due to an untrained operator, power failures, accidental removal of the power (someone tripping on the power cord) or any number of other reasons. The end result can be blown speakers and or power amplifiers.
The stress on power amplifiers and speakers that result from a full level turn on and turn off transient can result in damage since the amplifier is typically required to deliver an instantaneous series of spikes that exceed the supply rails of the amplifier. The ISP Technologies Audio Transient Suppressor is designed to eliminate this potential failure.
Rack mount Audio Transient Suppressor designed to eliminate damage to amplifiers because of spikes that exceed the supply rails when systems are turned on and off.
19” W x 1.75” H x 6” D