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Publié le 03/10/06 à 03:38
Follower of the 169 console, I bought two pairs of preamp / EQ for my fleet of 169 preamps recording. Indeed, I worked on 169 long, and I'm a fan of the sound of that console.

UTILIZATION

The sound goes, it passes through electronics Studer, the Tagus preamplifier with transformer between the Tagus and EQ and out through the output transformer ... LARGE, silky, velvety ... the proper use of op amp 301 (for experts), colorize the sound and the original IDE 169 Schma made a REFERENCE, warmth and a breath particular, relatively close to some modules Neves The EQ is fantastic, many sounds can tmoigner ings ...
The EQ is simple, as it should. 3 bands
- HI SHELF 10000Hz
- MED Parametric 150/7000 HZ (I do not know the ratio of queued)
- LOW SHELF (50/60 Hz of memory)

But no matter, it's EQ, as we like, we look not frquences but listens on its premises regardless of anything, a sound, a sound is musical , a does not distort the harmonics of your instrument ...

SOUND QUALITY

The sound is Fidler, effective on the strings, piano, wind instruments ... remember that the 169 console has made its reputable in the world of the sound classic Philharmonic ... We're right in the width and the lower medium gnrosit pramplis of the 70s. Stereo Gnial in use for overhead drums, one a couple A / B ... prsence of the phase inverter can be anything you want it to grate strophonie ...

OVERALL OPINION

It's been quite some time that I am both for Studer Fidler magntophones for the preamps ....

Personally, I have no complaints about the preamps, they are strong, sturdy, no failure. The mount kit that you provided me is very well conditioned and well trs Designed with external power.
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