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  • Elfe2MArsElfe2MArs

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    AMS-Neve 1073 DPDPublished on 05/02/13 at 05:17
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    What technology is used? analog, digital
    What are the effects or types of effects available? bin 2 channel preamp
    What is the connection? XLR jack
    Is this a rack model? yes

    UTILIZATION

    The general configuration is it simple? it could not be simpler
    Editing sounds and effects is it easy? you put your mic or instrument in, you choose the power and forward.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The sound of your instruments or your microphone is properly reproduced? fantastic
    The preamp is it clear or does it brings a stain? transparent, accurate, a bestseller

    OVERALL OPINION

    How long have you use it? 2 years
    What is the particular feature you like best and least? more tra…
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    What technology is used? analog, digital
    What are the effects or types of effects available? bin 2 channel preamp
    What is the connection? XLR jack
    Is this a rack model? yes

    UTILIZATION

    The general configuration is it simple? it could not be simpler
    Editing sounds and effects is it easy? you put your mic or instrument in, you choose the power and forward.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The sound of your instruments or your microphone is properly reproduced? fantastic
    The preamp is it clear or does it brings a stain? transparent, accurate, a bestseller

    OVERALL OPINION

    How long have you use it? 2 years
    What is the particular feature you like best and least? more transparent it is not possible, class nervous.
    the least? nothing
    Have you tried many other models before buying it? so much
    How would you rate the quality / price? gonna ...
    With experience, you do again this choice? of course
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  • madienmadien

    AMS-Neve 1073 DPDPublished on 01/14/07 at 06:39
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - Technology used: pure analog transistors, for the section of pramplification, converter and high-end A / D up to 192kHz.

    - Connectivity: Between symtriques on hybrid XLR / Jack, XLR Analog, 2 AES outputs (2 channels each, with obligation to use both outputs simultaneously above 96kHz, a cable channel ), Synchro WordClock, DSD, SPDIF ...

    - Rack 1U

    UTILIZATION

    Super easy to use (as best pramps!) Big Gain knob (ugly lol) per channel, 48V switch, phase reverse, 10dB trim, switch Hi-LoZ, rglages symtriques in F ade.

    Small BMOL worth one point less: The mode of low frequency drives select "user friendly" by the use of switch and LED color change ... very intuitive ...

    S…
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    - Technology used: pure analog transistors, for the section of pramplification, converter and high-end A / D up to 192kHz.

    - Connectivity: Between symtriques on hybrid XLR / Jack, XLR Analog, 2 AES outputs (2 channels each, with obligation to use both outputs simultaneously above 96kHz, a cable channel ), Synchro WordClock, DSD, SPDIF ...

    - Rack 1U

    UTILIZATION

    Super easy to use (as best pramps!) Big Gain knob (ugly lol) per channel, 48V switch, phase reverse, 10dB trim, switch Hi-LoZ, rglages symtriques in F ade.

    Small BMOL worth one point less: The mode of low frequency drives select "user friendly" by the use of switch and LED color change ... very intuitive ...

    SOUND QUALITY

    Absolute transparency (relative to VoxBox for example), the fineness of gniale, Signal to Noise to - pardon the expression go - to save a fly ... pter

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a little over a month. Big advantage: trs versatile, used both as a voice fminine a bass drum with the same efficiency!

    Jespre have other soon in the rack pramps!
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