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  • it's good!

    Universal Audio 710 Twin-FinityPublished on 04/01/14 at 13:16
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I will return to these characteristics even if we know them:
    - 12AX7 preamp hybrid and the transistor while in class A with 70db gain total
    - A DI 2.2 MOhm
    - A mic input XRL
    - A line input XLR
    - And of course a XRL output

    2 was pretty knobs, one for the other and the gain for the output level.
    And one for spent lamp 100% 100% solid state with all the possibilities it offers.

    A filter with a slope not too sweet nor too gross.

    a switch to the VU meter.

    a switch to past the mic input to the input line

    a 15db pad

    a phase inversreur

    and of course a switch for 48V

    in short, everything you need.

    UTILIZATION

    config is we can more simple and intuitive, the......
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    I will return to these characteristics even if we know them:
    - 12AX7 preamp hybrid and the transistor while in class A with 70db gain total
    - A DI 2.2 MOhm
    - A mic input XRL
    - A line input XLR
    - And of course a XRL output

    2 was pretty knobs, one for the other and the gain for the output level.
    And one for spent lamp 100% 100% solid state with all the possibilities it offers.

    A filter with a slope not too sweet nor too gross.

    a switch to the VU meter.

    a switch to past the mic input to the input line

    a 15db pad

    a phase inversreur

    and of course a switch for 48V

    in short, everything you need.

    UTILIZATION

    config is we can more simple and intuitive, the manual is well done himself with drawings of the preamp to power noted its settings once found.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Sound .... it's that necessarily takes on the meaning of a preamp.

    The DI input.
    I tested it on my bass and it sounds amazing! I get all its dynamics, the bass is pêchus and very clear highs. I use the preamp transistor 100% for it.
    I tested it on my guitars 50-50 (Dean Razorback and Jacobacci studio 3 of 1973). Again the highs are clear and the harmonics of the lamps round out the lower medium is giving them a really nice body.

    The mic input.

    Engaged with a SM57 on my Guild F512 (well yeah I know this mic like my pocket and I love his sound) in 25% and 75% lamp transistor: I am amazed! This guitar has basic rich and deep bass without beings without clutter and neglected brilliance treble. Everything appears as it should be! I love and I agree!! The highs are crystalline, warm mids and deep bass!

    In amp outlet with another SM57 100% lamp. My amp is a Mesa Mini rectify with a baffle made by myself with a Celestion V30 and an Eminence. Again, from the first listen I was ecstatic! Being in an apartment, I can not push the amp so it is necessary for me scratching my decision and what transparency. All frequencies that I research are!

    The voice 100% lamp with a TLM 103 lent by a friend, the results still make me pleasure. The voice becomes very present in the mix, the low cut does a very good taf and lightly heat lamp is felt within seconds.

    In short, this preamp is transparent transistor and provides a significant color lamp.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for one month now every day I have a moment.

    I have tested the TL Audio Gain station in SPL, a 6176 yesterday and at Avalon U5.

    What I like least .... a slight noise in the 14KHz with when the gain is strong with the 48V switched (but there is nothing manufacturing defect? ​​Bad wiring? Continued)

    What I like most is its ease of use and versatility.


    I bought new for € 679 instead of € 799 and comes with 2 UAD Solo offered, so quality / price ratio IS CLEAR THAT I remake this choice!
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  • Anonymous

    Interesting

    Universal Audio 710 Twin-FinityPublished on 09/07/12 at 10:46
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    UTILIZATION

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    SOUND QUALITY

    I came across a good deal and I'm tempted by 710 after many try to enrich my meager choice of preamp.

    I put it next to my Solo 610 and 110 and I must say it is not ridiculous at all side 2.
    It is neither better nor worse but different.

    Mode transistor, it is less open than the 110, but sounds more balanced, its main drawback is the poor performance of severe as you attack too. Otherwise it is very clear and detailed but more importantly, it sounds very warm.
    But the transistor 100% I prefer the 110

    100% hand lamp is very different from 610. The 610 with a superb round and one side "spongy" and some elastic magical sources (Bass,......
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    UTILIZATION

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    SOUND QUALITY

    I came across a good deal and I'm tempted by 710 after many try to enrich my meager choice of preamp.

    I put it next to my Solo 610 and 110 and I must say it is not ridiculous at all side 2.
    It is neither better nor worse but different.

    Mode transistor, it is less open than the 110, but sounds more balanced, its main drawback is the poor performance of severe as you attack too. Otherwise it is very clear and detailed but more importantly, it sounds very warm.
    But the transistor 100% I prefer the 110

    100% hand lamp is very different from 610. The 610 with a superb round and one side "spongy" and some elastic magical sources (Bass, Lead, Elec Guit! Him The 710 is more clear and balanced and does not have this lower midrange forward as Solo610. Ca makes it more versatile.
    But the distortion sounds a bit "fuzzy" when attacked hard. Nevertheless, it can find its usefulness in some sources.
    For 100% of the lamp I prefer Solo610.

    So why did you buy? I find it very interesting that in dice it "blend" the two worlds. It really opens up a wide range of sounds interesting.

    It actually gets it nice mix of the 2. Sound quite punchy, round and warm with this character "UA Style".
    I draw the best in its settings "means" all at 12pm.

    Tested on bass Di, voice and guitar amp (with K2, a M160 and C214).

    OVERALL OPINION

    Manufacturing side, the case is less massive than the other models of the brand but the finish is still serious, as always with UA.
    Plastic knobs etc ...

    But his side, I thought he did it in less than ventre.Il is different from my other preamp (JDK R20, UA610, UA110), but this is my main interest in my little config, diversity and real versatility.

    I've always been quite a fan of Universal Audio gear, as can be Gibson or otherwise share this sound borrows own the brand, its reliability and innovations always interesting.
    Or the price I got, I'm more than satisfied.

    Good Q / P.
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  • Well check your needs before buying

    Universal Audio 710 Twin-FinityPublished on 05/18/12 at 13:05
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    This is one way a preamp, analog hybrid vacuum tube and transistor. The report input gain in the circuit in the tube and transistor circuit is adjustable.

    In terms of connectivity it features:
    - 2 inputs (Line and Mic) XLR
    - 1 input jack 1/4 "Hi-Z (Instrument)
    - 1 XLR Line output
    - Support of standard power supply

    This is a 2U rack-mount size, one peculiarity: its width is 9.5 "(half rack). The machine has an on / off switch.

    Options include:
    - Phantom power
    - A pad to attenuate 15dB input gain
    - A switchable low cut filter (75Hz, I have no slope at the top but it is pretty sweet)
    - A meter (which displays alternatively the output level or saturation)
    - A phase......
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    This is one way a preamp, analog hybrid vacuum tube and transistor. The report input gain in the circuit in the tube and transistor circuit is adjustable.

    In terms of connectivity it features:
    - 2 inputs (Line and Mic) XLR
    - 1 input jack 1/4 "Hi-Z (Instrument)
    - 1 XLR Line output
    - Support of standard power supply

    This is a 2U rack-mount size, one peculiarity: its width is 9.5 "(half rack). The machine has an on / off switch.

    Options include:
    - Phantom power
    - A pad to attenuate 15dB input gain
    - A switchable low cut filter (75Hz, I have no slope at the top but it is pretty sweet)
    - A meter (which displays alternatively the output level or saturation)
    - A phase inverter
    The input gain transistor between lamps and is adjustable.

    It could have been interesting if the filter frequency is adjustable, however it seems to have been carefully studied and I was never embarrassed in my applications.



    UTILIZATION

    Configuration is very simple, all switches and knobs are located on the front, the Hi-Z input also. The input / output XLR on the rear.

    My first comment is going to ergonomics, particularly successful: the half-rack allows you to view the whole machine at once, the choice of switches instead of buttons also improves the visibility of parameters.
    Another plus point: three knobs (input gain, output gain and gain control transistor / lamps) are not serrated, allowing to be precise in handling.

    I have only flipped through the manual - the machine is intuitive to use. What caught my attention is the page that contains diagrams to complete the facade. It has served me at the start to retrieve settings from previous sessions, when I was not yet familiar with the sound of the preamp.


    SOUND QUALITY

    Firstly I note that this is my first dedicated preamp.
    Its sound quality is quite good, not surprisingly well above the mic preamps on audio interfaces or entry level consoles.
    The sound of my microphones (RODE NT2000, and formerly AKG C-214) is much more pleasant means better grades in the delivery. Including the voices seem much more natural and the words stand out better, we work with a Squaller, a rapper or singer.

    I do not think it introduces a color, the preamp does its job, works well as a couple with my microphones and all the better, I asked him for no less. And no more, that is to say no "heat", "color", or "analog sound". Catches of his ensuing correspond quite closely to my expectations.

    The difference between lamps and more transistors are in the range of feelings, it is still audible when introducing sufficient saturation, the lights seem to have a softer sound (question is whether this impression is good to my ears, or the word "lamps". Find undoubtedly well studied: the mix knob, the transistor is on the left and right lamps, the lamps to go thus gives the impression of "increase" something, what treachery!)
    However I must admit I do not saturate the preamp, when a need is felt crunch I use plugins or SPL Charisma.

    In any case, my setting never changes, that it remains at 100% transistor, this way I find easiest to place her in a mix, it is better defined, it "overflows" less, while keeping its dynamics.
    Very simplistic on tracks (without drums and without guitars) where you might want to "warm up" the voice, it seems more pure using only transistors.
    Nags on pieces, we perceive more aggressiveness and expression of the singer, it does not make porridge.
    Really, if we could turn even more to the left, "more than 100%," I think the machine would be even better.

    Warning I am not criticizing the lights on this unit, I hope that on other instruments (guitar amp electrical outlet, acoustic guitar, piano, bass, for example), their presence is justified.
    I just found that for my use-the only acoustic instrument recorded in my home studio is the voice-the difference is slight and in favor of the transistors.



    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for ten months, are connected in the direct channel mic preamp, compressor dbx166 XL, and finally the Presonus Firestudio Project.
    I had worked in the studio on the Avalon 737 Sp, the Tube Tech MP-1A and the Avalon AD2022, but on more expensive microphones, a frame grabber with converters far superior to mine, and listening on quality monitors, so talk about the role of the preamp seems a misnomer.

    What I like, what are ergonomics, very successful, and his faithful to the original without overdoing it (it's the singer to give warmth, right?)
    Overall I am satisfied with the device compared to what I used earlier, namely preamps built into entry-level machines, how can we not be?

    Since in my case (voice recording), my main requirements are fidelity and clarity, I am not using the amplification tube, which on this model (not on those more expensive, cited above), not m 'brings nothing but a sense of marketing abuses.

    With experience, I would opt for the X-SSL Alpha Channel, fully transistorized and slightly more expensive but more suitable for my use, and flexible (includes an EQ). At least I would have paid for THAT one transistor circuit quality, and not for "the best of both worlds" as it were.
    It suits me, so no bitterness, just a lesson for the future. And yet there are more urgent to change in my environment (audio interface, monitors, sound) preamp that remains honorable.
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  • A remake, I would do ...

    Universal Audio 710 Twin-FinityPublished on 04/21/12 at 08:19
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Preamp hybrid transistor / lamp, a 1/2U.

    UTILIZATION

    Could not be more simple, a knob of input, one output, and a knob to swing the lamp circuit transistor ..
    Then setting basic, low cut, phase inversion, 48 volts, etc. ..

    SOUND QUALITY

    This is the high end, I used for voice, are very precise, gentle .. If you are an excellent handyman (basically if you knew how to handle a screwdriver) you can easily change the lamp to offer you a new color palette.

    OVERALL OPINION

    3 years, easy to use and efficient has taken a reasonable beast, was the time I was hesitant with a solo 610, but I do not regret my choice, the UA preamp in this range are on investment. ...
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    Preamp hybrid transistor / lamp, a 1/2U.

    UTILIZATION

    Could not be more simple, a knob of input, one output, and a knob to swing the lamp circuit transistor ..
    Then setting basic, low cut, phase inversion, 48 volts, etc. ..

    SOUND QUALITY

    This is the high end, I used for voice, are very precise, gentle .. If you are an excellent handyman (basically if you knew how to handle a screwdriver) you can easily change the lamp to offer you a new color palette.

    OVERALL OPINION

    3 years, easy to use and efficient has taken a reasonable beast, was the time I was hesitant with a solo 610, but I do not regret my choice, the UA preamp in this range are on investment.
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  • Universal Audio 710 Twin-FinityPublished on 10/26/11 at 05:58
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    Hybrid
    Half Rack Model

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use

    SOUND QUALITY

    All just great
    Fairly transparent preamp

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 5 months
    any model tested in UA but instead I combine it with a slice Avalon 737
    Value for money very interesting
    I would do this choice for my stereo jacks
  • Universal Audio 710 Twin-FinityPublished on 12/30/08 at 10:12
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    Pr Amp Hybrid composed of a transistor and a lamp.

    Variable effect transistor from 100% at 100% lamp.

    Between 1 XLR MIC
    Between 1 XLR Instrument
    1 XLR

    Format Half Rack With easy and portable, but Rackable by associating a second Twin Finity 710.

    UTILIZATION

    Trs use simple, everything is great information that the false manipulation quickly, if you're used to rack AU you know, if you immediately find ... you will understand ...

    Spend a transistor the lamp is super simple. Just turn the knob from left to right to adjust the percentage of lamp or transistor.

    Well it's AU so the manual is also clear that the faade of the machine. Even if I admit that I did not explore......
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    Pr Amp Hybrid composed of a transistor and a lamp.

    Variable effect transistor from 100% at 100% lamp.

    Between 1 XLR MIC
    Between 1 XLR Instrument
    1 XLR

    Format Half Rack With easy and portable, but Rackable by associating a second Twin Finity 710.

    UTILIZATION

    Trs use simple, everything is great information that the false manipulation quickly, if you're used to rack AU you know, if you immediately find ... you will understand ...

    Spend a transistor the lamp is super simple. Just turn the knob from left to right to adjust the percentage of lamp or transistor.

    Well it's AU so the manual is also clear that the faade of the machine. Even if I admit that I did not explore from top to bottom, the view of the simplicity of this pr utilisition amp. Even if his APRS find adquate is a story of time, practice and choice ...

    SOUND QUALITY

    Pfff what to say apart that gnial ... What a clarity similar to a studio PRO.
    Finally I love it. Well I possde since yesterday but the little that I could test on two voices (one male and one fminine) ... I must say that it is a pleasure to the ears.

    The voices really are transcribed with a near-perfect clarity.

    As for the color input, it is empty, but this can Defines seen that there is a multitude of colors available. Having varied at will between the transistor and the lamp and dosed in consquence really leaves the field open therm in color.

    Against by 100% and 100% transistor lamp is of course the day and night but in two cases remarkable clarity.
    I am the beginners of my test so this is the Premire of my impression.
    I'll come back can be to tell you more at some future time.

    OVERALL OPINION

    * I APRS since yesterday noon.

    * I love the cot "Swiss knife" CLASS A. Can move from one transistor to a lamp such ease ... and the Meller at will.

    * I had the TubePre of Prsonus (which is not comparable, of course, but not the same budget lol).

    * If I could work a little on the full range of Class A at AU on Avalon, on a lot of what beautiful machines.

    * The report qualitprix for me is great. Leaving the potential to go as a pr stuff for the price of my car ... LOL I'm really happy.

    A * J 1 I would do this choice, for sure. I do not really regret my 4 times without charge. LOL .... I LUV UA ....
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  • Universal Audio 710 Twin-FinityPublished on 01/29/10 at 12:31
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Lamp and transistor preamp.
    Full connectivity (jacks, xlr xlr IN and OUT).
    Model format 1 / 2 2 U rack provided with brackets racking.

    UTILIZATION

    Config ultra simple, comprehensive manual, very easy handling (this is a preamp not a multi fx ...).

    SOUND QUALITY

    Super sound, or no possibility of the color of the lamp.
    Transparency is the least we can say ...
    Tested with taken:
    - Low
    - Guitars (electric and acoustic)
    - Voice with a Neumann TLM 103 and SC 2000 with Tbone

    OVERALL OPINION

    Used in home studio since March 2009.
    Definitely the best preamp in my possession since I sound compared to other preamps in different price ranges (ART DPS 2, TLA Ivory 5051, ART......
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    Lamp and transistor preamp.
    Full connectivity (jacks, xlr xlr IN and OUT).
    Model format 1 / 2 2 U rack provided with brackets racking.

    UTILIZATION

    Config ultra simple, comprehensive manual, very easy handling (this is a preamp not a multi fx ...).

    SOUND QUALITY

    Super sound, or no possibility of the color of the lamp.
    Transparency is the least we can say ...
    Tested with taken:
    - Low
    - Guitars (electric and acoustic)
    - Voice with a Neumann TLM 103 and SC 2000 with Tbone

    OVERALL OPINION

    Used in home studio since March 2009.
    Definitely the best preamp in my possession since I sound compared to other preamps in different price ranges (ART DPS 2, TLA Ivory 5051, ART PRO MPA 2 ...).
    I would do the same choice with your eyes closed!
    The +: sound, Hiz input for guitar / bass
    the - the price
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  • Universal Audio 710 Twin-FinityPublished on 11/28/10 at 11:49
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    Techno hybrid, low-cut, power supply +48 v, choice of line or mic level, not very accurate meter saw, knob that will determine more or less level light ...

    UTILIZATION

    Config classic, I didn 't read the manual ... It turns the knob and the sound was! Childish! A hybrid preamp

    SOUND QUALITY

    very nice for this price range, I ve bought a pair, I'm happy ... I used to catch singing, guitar and bass eclectic mainly because I find that it is al very comfortable in the low medium and low. The lamp adds a subtle color enough I think, and makes it a little harder I find the mids. A good year!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 years or so, I use it for lots of applications (low recovery......
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    Techno hybrid, low-cut, power supply +48 v, choice of line or mic level, not very accurate meter saw, knob that will determine more or less level light ...

    UTILIZATION

    Config classic, I didn 't read the manual ... It turns the knob and the sound was! Childish! A hybrid preamp

    SOUND QUALITY

    very nice for this price range, I ve bought a pair, I'm happy ... I used to catch singing, guitar and bass eclectic mainly because I find that it is al very comfortable in the low medium and low. The lamp adds a subtle color enough I think, and makes it a little harder I find the mids. A good year!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 years or so, I use it for lots of applications (low recovery of amps guitars, vocals, toms ...) it 's always comes out with honors! Particularly at ease in the bottom of the spectrum, it will be the perfect companion to correctly transcribe the sound of your microphone!
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  • Universal Audio 710 Twin-FinityPublished on 02/09/10 at 22:12
    This is an interesting box right here. A multi-purpose device (mic pre and DI box), it's also got the unique feature of employing both solid-state and tube design. This is a rackable unit that has input level and output level knobs. The input is a solid state transimpedence, and the unit has two gains operating simultaneously to the same output. There is a knob that allows you to select one or the other, or the blend that you want. There aren't usually effects on mic pres, but the range and flexibility of this one allow you to really experiment with the timbre of whatever you're recording, and can result in some strange distortion.

    UTILIZATION

    Editing the sound in this preamp is a bit......
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    This is an interesting box right here. A multi-purpose device (mic pre and DI box), it's also got the unique feature of employing both solid-state and tube design. This is a rackable unit that has input level and output level knobs. The input is a solid state transimpedence, and the unit has two gains operating simultaneously to the same output. There is a knob that allows you to select one or the other, or the blend that you want. There aren't usually effects on mic pres, but the range and flexibility of this one allow you to really experiment with the timbre of whatever you're recording, and can result in some strange distortion.

    UTILIZATION

    Editing the sound in this preamp is a bit more of a fine process than with most pres, but it's not difficult. Basically, you can control input level, output level, how much tube and solid-state signals you want, and there are options for pads, phantom power, and low cut and polarity. This thing is pretty versatile when it comes to sounds and uses. The manual explains things a bit more in-depth for those who aren't as familiar with mic pres, but other than the tube/transistor knob, there's not much that hasn't been seen before.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The console isn't exactly transparent unless you set it that way. This is different depending on the instrument. The thing about this pre is that it's such a crazy blend of solid-state and tube that you can get the positive qualities of both technologies without any of the drawbacks. Thus you get the warmth of a tube amp with the high response of solid-state. The fact that you can get a great DI sound out of it as well only adds to its charm. It sounds great on drums, guitar, vocals, almost anything. In this respect it's one of the more versatile mic pres in its price range. It sounds great when on the tube setting especially, as I tend to prefer the tube pres. It also can be adjusted to make anything sound more natural.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I think that for the price, this mic pre possibly can't be beat. Since it's only about $800 on the street, it's way better than anything that averages at about that price. The sound quality is superb, and it never colors the sound in an unpleasant or unnatural way. I have used many mic-pres in my time, but I haven't been able to find a better one for doing so many different kinds of tones. It's a budget engineer's best friend, I was able to sell off two other mic pre's as this one outperformed them both. I would certainly say that this is a great choice for anyone.
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  • Universal Audio 710 Twin-FinityPublished on 12/18/09 at 20:51
    The Universal Audio 710 Twin-Finity is a unique single channel microphone preamp and direct input box.  The unit is extremely unique because it is both powered by tubes and transistors, and the two of them can actually be blended together, or used separately depending on how you set it.  The unit is all analog and has XLR connections in the back of it as well as a 1/4 inch input in the front.  It isn't rack mountable as it has its own shape and size.

    UTILIZATION

    The Universal Audio 710 Twin-Finity offers up a plethora of parameters and features.  The unit has gain and level knobs as well as a knob to choose between tubes or transistors, which can be set anywhere in between.  It also......
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    The Universal Audio 710 Twin-Finity is a unique single channel microphone preamp and direct input box.  The unit is extremely unique because it is both powered by tubes and transistors, and the two of them can actually be blended together, or used separately depending on how you set it.  The unit is all analog and has XLR connections in the back of it as well as a 1/4 inch input in the front.  It isn't rack mountable as it has its own shape and size.

    UTILIZATION

    The Universal Audio 710 Twin-Finity offers up a plethora of parameters and features.  The unit has gain and level knobs as well as a knob to choose between tubes or transistors, which can be set anywhere in between.  It also features switches for a -15 db pad, mic/line selection, phase, low cut, metering, and phantom power.  I haven't seen the manual for the 710 so I can't say anything about it, but I will say that if you have basic knowledge about mic pres that I don't think one is necessary. 


    SOUND QUALITY

    The sounds that are possible with the Universal Audio 710 Twin-Finity are very versatile, which I believe is this unit's best attribute.  It can be used with just about anything as it has the parameters to make adjustments for different applications.  I really love being able to set how much of the tubes and transistors that I would like to use.  For me, this makes the 710 more versatile than most pres out there as it makes it suitable for just about any application that I can think of.  It is also perfect for capturing direct input signals.


    OVERALL OPINION

    Other than the Universal Audio 710 Twin-Finity, I don't think I've seen any other preamps that are actually hybrid like this one.  It is a great idea and I hope to see more companies follow suit and take a hint from one of the best in the business.  The price of the unit is definitely reasonable for top end mic pre, especially considering the unique features that this has to offer.  While this is probably best suited for professionals, if you are home studio owner looking to get some warmth and a versatile mic pre to record major parts with, I'd be very surprised if you didn't fall in love with the 710 Twin-Finity.
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