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EAA PSP 2
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EAA PSP 2

Solid-State Pre-amp from EAA .

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" PSP2: My Pro's!"

EAA PSP 2Published on 03/30/12 at 17:26
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
2 / O 3 pin XLR. Runs on battery or 9V/1A sector. 12 or 24/48V phantom power. 3 sensitivity settings -35, -55, -70. Low cut filters individual 80 or 120 Hertz. Individual gain switchable 6 or 12 dB.

UTILIZATION

A small preamp that allows me to have her on top with MD21U in my report. I connect a Roland R44 shoulder and go to the sound of madness. Without the PSP2 I found the sound of this mic some softness. I set the sensitivity to -70 anyway and the breath is ridiculously low. My Edirol obviously can not follow it at this level. I can still push the gain to 6 or 12 but when the breath comes fast. The gain setting is nevertheless useful for a lower sensitivity level. Example......
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2 / O 3 pin XLR. Runs on battery or 9V/1A sector. 12 or 24/48V phantom power. 3 sensitivity settings -35, -55, -70. Low cut filters individual 80 or 120 Hertz. Individual gain switchable 6 or 12 dB.

UTILIZATION

A small preamp that allows me to have her on top with MD21U in my report. I connect a Roland R44 shoulder and go to the sound of madness. Without the PSP2 I found the sound of this mic some softness. I set the sensitivity to -70 anyway and the breath is ridiculously low. My Edirol obviously can not follow it at this level. I can still push the gain to 6 or 12 but when the breath comes fast. The gain setting is nevertheless useful for a lower sensitivity level. Example sensitivity -55 6 Db gain. This provides a good calibration with a bit of experience. There may be more convenient but it's effective. I also use it for recording acoustic shows in AB or ORTF and to make hunting sounds. He is able to reveal the best sounds the most Discrete friction ...

SOUND QUALITY

does not sound cool at all, not digital. This is not the sound device. It meets 200% what goes inside. Just a slightly velvety sound level. I love it.

OVERALL OPINION

With him is a whole world opened to me. There may be more convenient sometimes though. It lacks in this respect a more gradual adjustment of sensitivity, an independent phantom power for each channel that would re-enter a dynamic and static. A peak meter excavated more than its 2 LEDs lighting up when it saturates. Finally, a lock settings and the On / Off. In addition to its shortcomings, the sound that comes from there is pretty diabolical. Clean, precise, neutral but not cold. Enough to reveal the least sensitive microphones: M160, MD21, Do21 ... I certainly bought a bit expensive (800 €) compared to its age but the beast had very few used. 15 years ago, we found nine around 1500 €. The circuit is simple, I do not do it too. The prestige of a brand is well worth it. EAA became AETA if that tells you something: Mixy. In short, it's my lethal weapon. May God help me keep it much longer.
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EAA PSP 2Published on 03/08/05 at 03:56
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Pro stereo mic preamp high quality
powered by battery or mains
for taking its outdoor concert or away from any wall outlet

UTILIZATION

Very easy to use
ideal to replace the preamp intégréw any DAT recorder to the MD Pro
I use it in personal home studio and outdoor

SOUND QUALITY

Absolutely brilliant much better than the console preamps

OVERALL OPINION

If I could afford to I paserai PSP3 the same manufacturer that makes some adjustment but aditional € 1400 in nine
paid € 500
recommended product highly regarded among his hunters
coupled to an MD or DAT or more hard disk recorder ...
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Pro stereo mic preamp high quality
powered by battery or mains
for taking its outdoor concert or away from any wall outlet

UTILIZATION

Very easy to use
ideal to replace the preamp intégréw any DAT recorder to the MD Pro
I use it in personal home studio and outdoor

SOUND QUALITY

Absolutely brilliant much better than the console preamps

OVERALL OPINION

If I could afford to I paserai PSP3 the same manufacturer that makes some adjustment but aditional € 1400 in nine
paid € 500
recommended product highly regarded among his hunters
coupled to an MD or DAT or more hard disk recorder
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EAA PSP 2Published on 04/13/07 at 03:23
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Pramplificateur analog transistors trs high quality.
Inputs and outputs on XLR.
Input-output minijacks asymtriques online.
Powered by 6 AA batteries.
Exceptional portability by its compactness.

UTILIZATION

Configuration exceptionally well-made.
Transparency and S / B copy.
Manuel trs explicit.
Each unit is sold with rsultats test laboratory.

SOUND QUALITY

Pramplificateur of trs, trs high quality

OVERALL OPINION

I use the PSP2 for 10 years and I am looking for the version that allows PSP3 recordings M / S (Mid / Side).
Recommend hand (the product is no longer manufactured).

Note qu'AETA Audio Systems sells a great successor to the PSP2 and PSP3 the MIXY:......
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Pramplificateur analog transistors trs high quality.
Inputs and outputs on XLR.
Input-output minijacks asymtriques online.
Powered by 6 AA batteries.
Exceptional portability by its compactness.

UTILIZATION

Configuration exceptionally well-made.
Transparency and S / B copy.
Manuel trs explicit.
Each unit is sold with rsultats test laboratory.

SOUND QUALITY

Pramplificateur of trs, trs high quality

OVERALL OPINION

I use the PSP2 for 10 years and I am looking for the version that allows PSP3 recordings M / S (Mid / Side).
Recommend hand (the product is no longer manufactured).

Note qu'AETA Audio Systems sells a great successor to the PSP2 and PSP3 the MIXY: mlangeur portable Stereo and M / S analog I / O and numriques.
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  • Manufacturer: EAA
  • Model: PSP 2
  • Category: Solid-State Pre-amps
  • Added in our database on: 08/25/2008

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