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[NAMM] JZ Microphones launches a console strip

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JZ Microphones and SPL partnered in order to design the new JR Track console strip that will be introduced at Winter NAMM Show 2014.

The JZ Track is a 1U rack console strip featuring a microphone preamp, a De-Esser, a compressor/limiter, a three-band equalizer and an output stage with metering. The JZ Track is manufactured by SPL in Germany according to JZ Microphones specifications. JZ wanted a console strip that users of their microphones could add to their setup.

The compressor can be linked to a second JZ Track compressor for a full stereo operation and JZ adds that optional A/D cards with ADAT and S/PDIF outputs will be available.

The JZ Track console strip will be available in February with a US street price of $1099, but you can discover it next week at JZ Microphone booth 6946, Hall A, at the Namm Convention Center and at jzmic.com.

 

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