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Tfpro P1

Channel Strip from Tfpro .

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Tfpro P1Published on 09/03/04 at 17:14
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Prampli voice analog transistors and discrete components.
the indoor lamp no.
the era it t o Designed c'tait progress ...
because it is a subtle evolution of JOEMEEK vc1q green (which ignores a dj sacr evolution of circuits devised or adapted ago by Joe Meek).
otherwise only the problem were the legal name change.
So there is a prampli mic / line / instrument optical compressor + a fabulous (and incomprhensible rgler other than with her ears!) + an enhancer / Desser that can be used to save voice or fiddle of instruments (gt tired ac) + a four English friendly.

UTILIZATION

Everything is simple and as big as a farm machine.

only the compressor shows that the English are......
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Prampli voice analog transistors and discrete components.
the indoor lamp no.
the era it t o Designed c'tait progress ...
because it is a subtle evolution of JOEMEEK vc1q green (which ignores a dj sacr evolution of circuits devised or adapted ago by Joe Meek).
otherwise only the problem were the legal name change.
So there is a prampli mic / line / instrument optical compressor + a fabulous (and incomprhensible rgler other than with her ears!) + an enhancer / Desser that can be used to save voice or fiddle of instruments (gt tired ac) + a four English friendly.

UTILIZATION

Everything is simple and as big as a farm machine.

only the compressor shows that the English are talented and mlomanes ...
but absolutely not as we plan conus crbral!

the manual is funny ... He said thank you for purchasing a Tfpro p1 in Premire page ...
and then talks about how his rgler vc1q in all the following pages!

SOUND QUALITY

The prampli is straight and dry ... and fully unsaturated !!!...
with a capacity cash without twisting, even if all the needles valdinguent right.
couillu!
much more than my 5051 tla! ...

the compressor is wonderful and brings a vintage color "Beatles / coldplay / Norah Jones" type and enjoyable.

the qualo is more musical than surgical (English, whatever ...).

this range gives a lightweight li microscopic end of note (one would expect something more light, finally) good music.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had a year (bought cheap because the last one).
dj is a vintage collector.
I'm glad in my rack ...
is not a DIY marketing! ...
it's a real musical instrument ...
with a real personality ...
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Tfpro P1Published on 02/18/06 at 17:59
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Strip complte: Pramp, EQ, comp, and an enhancer desseur.
The whole transistor in 2U with XLR and Jack input and output.

UTILIZATION

Config trs simple, but difficult to rgler the compressor (but it sounds so good is the rglage). EQ extremely simple, so limit.

SOUND QUALITY

Trs good: pramp fairly transparent compression trs typ EQ has a touch of originality without falling into an extreme. The proc effect is not bad, be careful what he adds in terms of agressivit (enhancer). Saturation can be achieved by putting the drive back.

OVERALL OPINION

A tractor effectively. I have a few months, I must say that given the price (415 of occas'), I am delighted. The VUmtre prcis is fast......
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Strip complte: Pramp, EQ, comp, and an enhancer desseur.
The whole transistor in 2U with XLR and Jack input and output.

UTILIZATION

Config trs simple, but difficult to rgler the compressor (but it sounds so good is the rglage). EQ extremely simple, so limit.

SOUND QUALITY

Trs good: pramp fairly transparent compression trs typ EQ has a touch of originality without falling into an extreme. The proc effect is not bad, be careful what he adds in terms of agressivit (enhancer). Saturation can be achieved by putting the drive back.

OVERALL OPINION

A tractor effectively. I have a few months, I must say that given the price (415 of occas'), I am delighted. The VUmtre prcis is fast and well. You can type in the red with pramp, it does not saturate. Note that the equalizer is before the Tagus compression (vrifier). The compression is actually kind, but I board not complte the mastery of the BTE. The EQ is effective but limited trs. The enhancer desseur: I used mainly to add a little more on my bass when I play with no amp, direct into a PA system. Usage requirements in that it is also trs good, I like my sound. I have not much dlments comparison, so I do not m'talerais on the subject: a good product at attractive price (if you can find!)
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  • Manufacturer: Tfpro
  • Model: P1
  • Category: Channel Strips
  • Added in our database on: 07/25/2003

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