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[NAMM] Grace Design introduces Felix

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Grace Design will debut at NAMM 2015 the new Felix two-channel mic and instrument preamp pedal.

Felix is designed for musicians who need to preamp acoustic string instruments and vocalists in studio or on stage.

Features:

  • 2 channels that can be blended on the output
  • M101-style “transimpedance" microphone preamp without any condenser in the signal path
  • 48V Phantom power
  • 12V mic input on channel 2
  • Isolated DI outputs with transformers (XLR)
  • XLR and jack inputs
  • Tuner, Footswitch and Amps 1/4” outputs 
  • 1/4” inserts for external effects
  • 3-band EQ per channel: hi and low shelf and parametric mids with 70–640 Hz or 655 Hz – 6 kHz ranges
  • Sweepable high-pass filter on each channel at 20 Hz – 1 kHz, can be set to Notch
  • A/B footswitch to either use multiple instruments or solo pickups
  • Mute/Tune footswitch connected to the tuner output
  • Main 10dB boost footswitch
  • Configurable DI outputs: mic or channel 1 on Ch 1 / mix or channel 2 on Ch 2
  • Phase reverse, mid frequency range select, HPF/Notch, 12V and A/B remore switches
  • Impedance switch per channel: 10k, 1M or 10M on channel 1 / 332k, 1M or 20M on channel 2
  • 1/8” headphone output, active when Felix is muted
  • Universal 100 – 240V AC power supply with IEC cable
  • Can be mounted onto a mic stand

Felix is manufactured in Lyon, USA. It will be available in April, no information about its price. Visit www.gracedesign.com for full details.

 

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