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Fishman has revamped its external preamplifiers and introduces the two new Platinum Pro EQ and Platinum Stage models.

Both Fishman Platinum Pro EQ and Platinum Stage are universal and designed for use with acoustic instruments, such as guitars and basses. A switch allows for choosing a specific setup with low-end instruments.

This new series received a 17V Class A discrete preamp, a 4 or 5 band-EQ (depends on the model) with parametric mids, a phase switch, a band-cut filter and a DI on XLR connection. 

The Platinum Pro EQ has a stompbox format for easy access to the tuner and a volume boost, while the more compact Platinum Stage is a beltpack model. 

Both preamps can be powered with a 9V battery or an external adapter, and the Platinum Stage can also receive a 48V phantom power.

Platinum Pro EQ specifications:

  • 5-band EQ with parametric mediums and adjustable low-pass filter
  • 2 EQ modes for bass or guitar
  • Phase reverse switch
  • Band-cut filter
  • Adjustable compressor
  • Built-in digital chromatic tuner
  • Footswitchable volume boost
  • 1/4” instrument input
  • 1/4” amp and XLR DI outputs with pre/post-EQ control and Ground Lift switch
  • Effect loop
  • Dimensions: 158 × 143 × 54mm

Platinum Stage features:

  • 4-band EQ with parametric mediums and adjustable low-pass filter
  • 2 EQ modes for bass or guitar
  • Phase reverse switch
  • Volume boost
  • 1/4” instrument input
  • 1/4” amp and XLR DI outputs with pre/post-EQ control and Ground Lift switch
  • Beltpack format

Dimensions: 143 × 85 × 30mm

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