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  • FurykaneFurykane

    Art Pro MPA II RSPublished on 01/06/14 at 02:47
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Limited PRO MPA II with 7025 lamps (paired) instead of 12AX7 and Vu meters backlit blue edition. Two channel preamp Class -129 DBu EIN. Dynamic Range> 110 dB. Maximum output + 27dBU.

    Variable impedance
    Low cut filter adjustable
    70dB gain
    Double seen independent meter
    Stereo mode (Output linké)
    2 DI
    Phantom power
    Phase inversion
    Switch "high voltage"
    Stereo mode with stereo matrix MS

    This is simply the most complete preamp market including premium to pure preamp level.

    UTILIZATION

    It's simple. The manual although English is well done.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The variable impedance is really a big plus.
    It can reveal a microstrip a bit dull for example, n…
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    Limited PRO MPA II with 7025 lamps (paired) instead of 12AX7 and Vu meters backlit blue edition. Two channel preamp Class -129 DBu EIN. Dynamic Range> 110 dB. Maximum output + 27dBU.

    Variable impedance
    Low cut filter adjustable
    70dB gain
    Double seen independent meter
    Stereo mode (Output linké)
    2 DI
    Phantom power
    Phase inversion
    Switch "high voltage"
    Stereo mode with stereo matrix MS

    This is simply the most complete preamp market including premium to pure preamp level.

    UTILIZATION

    It's simple. The manual although English is well done.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The variable impedance is really a big plus.
    It can reveal a microstrip a bit dull for example, naturally with an EQ.
    The high voltage circuit is something that is normally found on the high end.
    Bandwidth is increased (15Hz to 120kHz) and very clean sound. Switch to normal mode to see the coloration arrive earlier.
    At breath is imperceptible, it is at a very high level.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I upscale TG Channel MK2, Drawmer 1969 Apollo Quad equipment, and I needed a preamp to record in M ​​/ S and RS PRO MPA II corresponded.
    Skeptical about its performance relative to price (the best paper that GoldMike MK2 1200 euro), I wanted to make my own opinion and although I still can not so I am in the process of seek a second but it is very rare!
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