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  • Anonymous

    Art Tube MP Project USBPublished on 07/13/07 at 08:49
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Small lamps prampli
    - 1 potentiomtre gain
    - 1 + 20dB gain knob
    - 1 filter -3dB 40Hz bass
    - 1 button selections Impedence high / low
    - 1 VU meter 4 LEDs
    - 1 phantom power
    - 1 output limit - honestly I do not know what it is ...
    - 1 button phase inversion
    - 1 potentiomtre volume

    Connectors:
    - Between symmetrical XLR or jack
    - Symmetrical XLR output jack or
    - Power supply (transformer supplied)
    - USB port

    The chassis feels solid in Mtal. We can stack multiple models.

    USE

    It's easy to use as prampli classic.
    I have not dug for recording to PC via USB, I just branch after one or two rglages on my laptop market with aa soundforge. I was retesterais I......
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    Small lamps prampli
    - 1 potentiomtre gain
    - 1 + 20dB gain knob
    - 1 filter -3dB 40Hz bass
    - 1 button selections Impedence high / low
    - 1 VU meter 4 LEDs
    - 1 phantom power
    - 1 output limit - honestly I do not know what it is ...
    - 1 button phase inversion
    - 1 potentiomtre volume

    Connectors:
    - Between symmetrical XLR or jack
    - Symmetrical XLR output jack or
    - Power supply (transformer supplied)
    - USB port

    The chassis feels solid in Mtal. We can stack multiple models.

    USE

    It's easy to use as prampli classic.
    I have not dug for recording to PC via USB, I just branch after one or two rglages on my laptop market with aa soundforge. I was retesterais I press when I would need it.
    No need to read manual ... need 2-3 basics when even to save on PC, but the installation is easy, just plug no driver needed.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Associated with a not so micro, micro capsule at behringer, I find the sound very pleasant, warm, and I almost did not hear breath.

    Today I envisaged against by serving me this little trick with my electric guitar and plug in the small Soundcraft I have to work. Switch-on and the switch after having "low Impedence" I t very surprised that aragissait wonder, aa t a real treat, the same kind that moment when you have a ready-amp and you take 2 hours before you to try.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I wanted a preamp in my business to the case where a fairly versatile stuff. It s fine with me. I find it clean. I do this choice, for now I just regret the expense of having both a USB version, but the function will likely serve me later.
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