The Dyna Comp Mini Compressor combines classic tone and modern convenience in a housing that's nearly half the size of the original, featuring an all-new Attack switch to toggle between slow and fast attack times.
The Dyna Comp Mini Compressor combines the best of classic tone and modern convenience in a housing that's nearly half the size of the original. Thanks to its rare CA3080 metal can integrated circuit (IC), this pedal yields quieter operation, greater transparency, and increased dynamic range. An all-new Attack switch toggles between slow and fast attack times.
https://www.jimdunlop.com/ http://proguitarshop.com/mxr-m291-dyna-comp-mini.html Next we're scoping out the Dyna Comp Mini from MXR. The beloved Dyna Comp has been a studio workhorse since the 1970s. MXR has turned the shrink ray on this classic circuit, giving us a miniature version with even more features than its big brother. The small enclosure size means that it can be crammed into any spare corner of the densest pedalboards for maximum efficiency. The earliest versions of the Dyna Comp contained a vintage metal-can CA3080 IC, which gave the original its vintage tone, as well as greater transparency and a lower noise floor. The Mini version goes all out and supplies that same NOS part, giving mojo-flavored compression without the large footprint. Unlike the original Dyna Comp, the Dyna Comp Mini contains a pushbutton switch labeled Attack that cycles between slow and fast attack times. This switch sets the right amount of swell effect, letting you dip into chicken pickin' territory with the push of a button. The Sensitivity control has a huge range and sets the amount of compression, from a gentle transparent squeeze to a crushing grip. The Output control compensates for any perceived volume loss brought about from higher Sensitivity settings, and can even give your amp a gentle nudge in some settings. Like all MXR pedals, the Dyna Comp is manufactured with a grip of fine components and is built to last a lifetime on the road.