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TL Audio A4 Discrete Class A 16:2 Summing Mixer
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News TL Audio A4 Discrete Class A 16:2 Summing Mixer

Summing mixer from TL Audio belonging to the Ebony series

The Ebony A4 is the latest addition to TL Audio’s newest range, the Ebony Series – a range of black Discrete Class A Processors with an additional, optional tube stage.


The A4 is a 16:2 summing mixer housed in a 2U unit and features 16 balanced inputs on TRS Jack and D-Sub connectors with individual pan controls for mono or stereo sources. All inputs are also switchable between +4 and –10 for greater flexibility.

The unit uses Discrete Class A circuitry throughout with no IC’s used, for a clean sound. The Ebony Summer also boasts the clever ability to activate an optional tube stage on the master bus; once activated, you can simply dial in the exact amount of warmth you want from a dedicated dual triode tube stage.

The addition of balanced insert points on the master bus section also means that you can patch in a stereo compressor / EQ (like the Ebony A2) and gain a complete, professional mastering solution and back end to your system.

£799 UK RRP exVAT introductory price.

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