Pr amp lamps (2x 12AX7) manufactured in the USA.
Connections: 2 inputs (active and passive), tuner out, send / return, 2 output jack, XLR output Jensen (supposed to ensure excellent signal quality perfectly symtris)
Rglages: bright switch, volume, treble, mdiums gross, prsence, switch frequency drives choice of serious switch prsence choice of frequency drives, switch to bypass the effects loop, send, return, mute switch with LED mute indicator.
Works with 110V or 220V.
More info on the site of Demeter.
The configuration is very simple.
This gives a good sound very easy. The focus frquences on which the musical CONTRL are trs. The potentiomtre adds serious bass but not muffle the sound. Similarly for potentiomtre treble, the sound is more crystalline, but not aggressive. It Ragit trs rapidly despite the lamps: the slap comes out well trs.
The manual is in English. It is clear enough.
This pre amp suits all styles of music.
I play bass on several diffrent ... This pre amp allows me to really enjoy the sonic possibilities of my basses. Coupled a good power amp, it provides about the results trs really good in terms of competition in the same price range, see the same pr amps of similar design but suprieure a price range.
We get what we want in terms of sound.
Actually, I got that sounds good! He respects the timbre of the instrument, a good attack / dynamics, and brings a warmth and a noticeable grain to grow enough sound but sufficiently discreet (very little breath) for not dnaturer. This pre amp is trs musical!
I use it for several months.
What I like most: the sound, the sonic possibilities
I tried an Ampeg SVP-PRO for a while there: The grain silent good trs, trs enjoyable distortion with the drive pushed back. A pre amp design similar technically but musically diffrent trs. I would prfre the Demeter, the friendly tone of instruments, and easier to use than the Ampeg.
The report price is good quality, although it is not possible to assess objectively such as pre amp is not officially distributed in France (U.S. import)
I would do this choice!