Manley Labs intros ELOP+ limiter at NAMM


Manley Labs has announced the ELOP+, a new and improved version of the ELOP limiter which comes with an integrated stereo compressor.

Manley ELOP+

Since its introduction in the early 1990s, the Manley ELOP optical limiter has been an essential tool in the arsenals of recording and mastering engineers everywhere, and the fabled all-tube limiter has graced the signal chain of countless recordings.

Nearly a quarter of a century later, the engineers at Manley Labs have created a new and improved ELOP – introducing the ELOP+, now with integrated stereo compressor. The ELOP+ has kept the same controls and functionality as the original ELOP, while adding the versatility of an on-board stereo compressor.

Advancements in technology have enabled Manley Labs to create a dramatically improved layout, giving the ELOP+ a new solid metal chassis and faceplate design. The output stage has been re-engineered to deliver an even more pristine signal path, and a new ultra-low impedance switched mode power supply is standard.

Manley Labs President and Co-Founder EveAnna Manley remarked, “the ELOP has always been a fantastic sounding limiter. With the ELOP+, we’ve truly stepped it up a notch, both in sonic quality and versatility. And what’s even better – thanks to our streamlined production and increased buying power, the cost of a new ELOP+ is lower than the original ELOP!”

The new ELOP+ will be available mid-January 2016, at a MSRP of $2,500 USD.

More information: Manley Labs / ELOP+

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