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Preamps & Channel Strips

Classic Single Channel Mic Preamp with 12ax7 Vacuum Tube

Single Channel Tube Mic Preamp • Provides Preamplification for Microphones, Instruments and Line Level Sources • XLR and 1/4" Inputs and Outputs • +48V Phantom Power • Phase Reversal Switch • Durable All Steel Construction



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Single Channel Microphone Tube Preamplifier

Single Channel Vacuum Tube Preamplifier • Low-Noise Operation • Tube Drive/Gain Control • 80Hz Rumble Filter • 1/4" High-impedance XLR Input • +48V Phantom Power • Dual Servo Amplifier



Single Channel Microphone Preamplifier with Variable Valve Voicing

Professional Preamplification for Microphones, Instruments and Line Level Sources • ATR's V3 Variable Valve Voicing technology • Hand selected 12AX7A Vacume Tubes • Variable input and output gain controls



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Single Channel Tube Microphone Preamp XLR and 1/4" Ins and Outs

Variable Input and Output Controls • XLR and 1/4” Inputs and Outputs • Up to 70dB of Clean, “Musical” Gain • Extremely Low Noise Discrete Front End • Built-in Low Noise Phantom Power Supply



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1-Channel Preamplifier, Compressor and 3-Band Equalizer

1-Channel Preamplifier and Compressor • 3-Band Parametric EQ • Class A Microphone Preamp • Soft/Hard Knee Compression • Low-Noise Operation • Dynamic range: >115dB



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Preamps & Channel Strips Information

Preamplifiers are electronic devices that boost an audio signal so that it may be recorded or further amplified by a PA system. Sometimes referred to as a control amp, preamplifiers play an important role in live performance as well as in the studio. These preamplifiers may be used instead of, or in conjunction with the onboard preamps in a mixing console channel strip, or recording interface. Preamplifiers play an important role in proper gain staging of an audio signal.

* It is important to note that Phantom Power (48v) should never be used with ribbon microphones as they can potentially be damaged. *