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Klark Teknik

Classic Recording Studio Equipment

Klark Teknik is a professional audio equipment company that was founded in the United Kingdom in the mid-1970s. The company is best known for its range of digital signal processing (DSP) products, including its range of digital effects processors.

One of the most notable products in Klark Teknik’s range of effects processors is the DN780, which was introduced in the 1980s. The DN780 was a high-end digital reverb processor that quickly gained a reputation for its pristine sound quality and versatility. It was particularly popular in the recording and broadcast industries, where its high-end processing capabilities and advanced control options made it a go-to choice for a wide range of applications.

In the years that followed, Klark Teknik continued to develop and refine its range of digital effects processors, introducing a range of new products that built on the success of the DN780. These products included the DN360, which was a high-end graphic equalizer that became a staple in recording studios and live sound applications.

Today, Klark Teknik continues to be a leading innovator in digital signal processing technology, with a range of products that are used by musicians, producers, and audio engineers around the world. Their legacy of quality and innovation has had a profound impact on the world of music and audio production, and their digital effects processors continue to be some of the most respected and sought-after products in the industry.

The Klark Teknik DN50 Spring Reverb was introduced around the mid seventies, just prior to the launch of digital reverbs.
Often referred to as the poor man’s AMS RMX 16, the Klark Teknik DN 780 is a great reverb in it’s own right, and has maintained a loyal following over the years. The Klark Teknik DN 780 digital Reverb is not simply a reverberation device. The Klark Teknik DN 780 gives the user a unique and flexible means of producing realistic acoustic simulations for environments of all types and sizes.
Klark Teknik offered a broad range og high quality audio processors in the 1980s & 1990s, the Klark Teknik DN 7204 was a combination Delay and EQ. Designed to meet and exceed the needs of the recording, broadcast, installation and live sound industries, the Klark Teknik DN 7204 Programmable Delay Line is a high quality, 2-input, 4-output configurable audio delay line that combines state-of-the-art DSP performance with ease of use.
Designed to meet and exceed the needs of the recording, broadcast, installation and live sound industries, the Klark Teknik DN3600 Programmable Graphic Equaliser is an extremely high quality, digitally controlled, two-channel, third-octave equaliser that combines state-of-the-art audio performance with unprecedented ease of use.
The Klark Teknik DN370 is the latest evolutionary step in a process of design refinement that goes back over 30 years. With DN370 we’ve started from the ground up and produced a unit that is totally without compromise, and one that we believe is the finest professional graphic equaliser in the world today. It also perfectly complements the existing Klark Teknik range of equalisers, both analogue and digital.
The Klark Teknik DN9696 High Resolution Audio Recorder offers 96 Tracks of high-resolution recording at 24-bit/96kHz for up to 9 hours and can be integrated with a Midas digital console making it the ideal recorder for live recording rigs the world over.
The Klark Teknik 76-KT Limiting Amplifier is a classic FET-Style Compressor with Class-A Line Level Amplifier and Midas Transformers.
The Klark Teknik EQP-KT is a classic Tube Equaliser with Switchable-Frequency Selection, Variable-Bandwidth and Custom-Built Midas Transformers.
Klark Teknik pay homage to this audio-processing pioneer that has graced so many recordings, with the Klark Teknik KT-2A Leveling Amplifier that is both attractive and affordable.
The chorus effect has been a studio mainstay since the ‘80s. With greats such as Brian Eno, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Peter Gabriel and so many more incorporating this effect into their recordings, the chorus has become legendary effect in the music industry.