[AESORG] Eventide MixingLink mic preamp
Eventide introduced in New York the MixingLink mic preamp and effect loop in stompbox format.
Designed for singers who wish to control their effects, MixingLink combines a microphone preamp to an effect loop. The stompbox features a 48V phantom power for condenser and ribbon microphones, a footswitch for Latch and Momentary effect modes enabling, a gain control and a mix knob with three switchable modes: 100% microphone with effects in, blended microphone and effects and 100% effects without microphone.
MixingLink also allows for connecting an instrument or line level signal (-10dB to +18dB) and offers an XLR/DI/line output (-10dB to +18dB). The headphone output also allows for connecting the MixingLink to an amplifier, it also features a dedicated level control. An auxiliary I/O is also present.
The pedal is powered by a 9V battery or adapter, it is also compatible with the new PowerFactor 2.
The MixingLink will be available in December for the US street price of $299. More details at www.eventide.com.
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