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Buying/building a line amp
Old 3rd September 2004
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Buying/building a line amp

In my setup, it seems as though when I'm tracking drums, the signal is so hot out of the mics, that I end up using my preamps to attenaute rather then boost the signal. I am thinking it may be cool to build(or buy) a rackspace unit that basically offers XLR inputs, an "attenuate" knob (maybe a Grayhill-style) for each input, and a choice of TRS or XLR outs. The simplest and shortest signal path being the best obviously. Anybody got some quick schematics or products like this?
Old 10th September 2004
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Line Amps

The broadcast industry would be the best source for line amps, ring around radio/tv stations and see what's available...
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