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Tfpro P2

Channel Strip from Tfpro .

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Tfpro P2Published on 05/28/07 at 05:31
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Strip dual mono analog (transistor preamp, comp perspective, no lamps)

For specifications:
- Preamp mic / line / HiZ with input gain, high pass, pad and 48v power supply
- 4 band Equal nonparametric, switch on / off
- Comp optical Controls clasique (threshold, reduction, attack and release), switch on / off. Note for the comp, the CHANNELS are linkable for stereo use. No cons with sidechain input.
- Output Gain
- Having regard to meter per channel with switch (output / reduction)

I put 8 / 10 because the comp does not have sidechain and power button is at the back (a little annoying in a home studio where the devices are not necessarily lit all day)

UTILIZATION

The......
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Strip dual mono analog (transistor preamp, comp perspective, no lamps)

For specifications:
- Preamp mic / line / HiZ with input gain, high pass, pad and 48v power supply
- 4 band Equal nonparametric, switch on / off
- Comp optical Controls clasique (threshold, reduction, attack and release), switch on / off. Note for the comp, the CHANNELS are linkable for stereo use. No cons with sidechain input.
- Output Gain
- Having regard to meter per channel with switch (output / reduction)

I put 8 / 10 because the comp does not have sidechain and power button is at the back (a little annoying in a home studio where the devices are not necessarily lit all day)

UTILIZATION

The config is simple, it's analog and this is the greatest strength. No driver, no menus etc ... The knobs, turn, listen, if it sounds when you touch more.

The manual is terse, but at the same time, who has already used a strip is the basis of: a preamp, an equal, a comp ... short, it's not complicated.

Subtlety regarding the labelisation compression settings. Ted Fletcher has chosen the threshold called "compression" to reduce and gain "scope"
Other than that, it's like any comp.

For simplicity, 9 / 10

SOUND QUALITY

Then separate the components:

- The preamp: Nothing special, it's right and rather dry. No special warmth. This is not to my taste the decisive element in this unit. It served its purpose, period. a nice little preamp, rather neutral.

- The equ: idem, equ a good bill, not surprisingly (it is rather a good end, we do not notice side metal is a good equation. When you add the bass, well ... y 'bass and more, finally what you see)

- The comp: aahhh!! where it gets interresting. It is in the spirit jomeek. A comp optical hyper reactive, very dry. This is the main asset of this machine in my opinion. Everything is good: kick / snare / bass / vocals / acoustic guitar / mix or submix. Sounds. And what a pleasure. There's something I can not say what, but there's a special feeling listening to this comp. In short, for me, the main strength of the machine.

OVERALL OPINION

I used it for 3 years.
At the time I was looking for two transistor preamp, and the unit had a good press AF (or even a fad in my opinion). I bought this camera eyes closed, without trying.
I was not disappointed with the preamp, straight and dry.
For cons, I was very surprised by the compressor enjoyable (and even more than that)

I just sell it because I need more preamp for recording and unfortunately for me, buying other stuff through resale. So I am separated. I do not regret the preamp I think, but the comp, certainly.

The device is no longer manufactured. But it can be found in time. For those looking for a good stereo comp 500/600 euros, this device is for you.

Last, the production is English. No worries on that side is clean, well assembled. I trust the longevity of the machine.
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Tfpro P2Published on 09/16/07 at 16:03
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2 mono channel strip with compressor
XLR microphone preamp
line input
instruments entered
insert
eq
48v for static

UTILIZATION

The configuration is very simple, namely that in the compressed state of the art is always something délicate.Du pure analog with a grain of its own, unique, very hot lamp type limit, although it did not and in ny it is for me the greatness of this tool.
The compressor did a great job and really plays on the EQ frequencies, when turning the large knobs TF, and the difference means.
I use it for decision and the preamp is really a grain inimitable.

SOUND QUALITY

It is clear that the preamp provides a color but that's also why we love it.......
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2 mono channel strip with compressor
XLR microphone preamp
line input
instruments entered
insert
eq
48v for static

UTILIZATION

The configuration is very simple, namely that in the compressed state of the art is always something délicate.Du pure analog with a grain of its own, unique, very hot lamp type limit, although it did not and in ny it is for me the greatness of this tool.
The compressor did a great job and really plays on the EQ frequencies, when turning the large knobs TF, and the difference means.
I use it for decision and the preamp is really a grain inimitable.

SOUND QUALITY

It is clear that the preamp provides a color but that's also why we love it. Imagine, Cavour register (or qq else) guitar with two microphones which come within the TF, because compared monssieur in TF Pro P1 is double, then stereo, add to that a Brind compress a tite EQ and you will understand all the beauty of this tool.
After the tastes and colors, each ca is a sauce, we like it or not, or rather what is needed or not.

OVERALL OPINION

For the price there is nothing to say more than reasonable, it can lust after many of its big brothers the prices much more cher.Je AIS 3 years I think I will always, it means everything dire.Et ptite the beast is endangered.
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  • Manufacturer: Tfpro
  • Model: P2
  • Category: Channel Strips
  • Added in our database on: 05/03/2004

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