Here is a must-have preamp in its lunchbox.C'est a reproduction of the QuadEight series. Very easy to use, with an instrument input on the front or rear XLR your lunchbox, you can connect all your audio devices. 48 volts, inversion pad. Quality is waiting for you, or finesse his largesse is to you to weigh the unique red knob on the front.
It can not be simpler, plug and play, and with a little knowledge and a little ear (though) you will make fantastic catches.
I own two. I use both for voice, using an XY pair of microphones for vocals, or by directly connecting a guitar, bass, keyboard. the result is always great.
I bought a 500VPR 2 / P1 2/525 2 / EMPEQ. The sound is really great, I must say that I have a 16 aurora and a Neve 8816.
You can really do whatever you want sound, depending on your style, attacking the entry or not, but the result is always the appointment.
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Bill3107's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
- Has preamp + DI
- 48 v included
- Systm API 500 so it's power supply, rack / lunchbox that feeds the preamp: 0 interference, and lower prices for a Rolls Royce ..
Extremely simple ...
No man, you go up the gain and we rgale ...
If you want a trs typ must look elsewhere, but the sound was the Quad-Eight is to say that without being transaprent - the sound is sublime ... My guitar and my acoustic sound like Tbone SCT2000 ever. Annual Full Despite the gain, I have zero breath! Incredibly rich sound (harmonics, subtle voice or Thurs ..) breathless. It is in the top of the range. Thank you Peter Montessa.
If you could have a preamp: the P1 A-designs or 2-channel version, but the rack is more than 2000 euros! There's no photo ... Long live the API 500 format!
Nickel production (it's a tank), a rich, fat without the need for lamps (no prchauffe so )