Pre Amp controls on each channel from left to right; DI
Input Jack, DI/Mic Line input selector switches, Gain control, 48V selector, Phase selector, Low Freq Filter (25-250Hz), Output level (to +20db), Output Level Meter (8 LED).Rear of unit is 2 x Mic and Line inputs on XLR and Jack and 2 x +4 XLR output and -10 jack output sockets.
Rear of unit is 2 x Mic and Line inputs on XLR and Jack and 2 x +4 XLR output and -10 jack output sockets.
Two mic preamps and two instrument DI's in one unit
A choice between xlr or jack ins and outs round the back
Built in EQ filters - very handy indeed to cut out low rumble and unwanted deep bass 48V phantom power X2
Hello, I'd like to know if some of you use this : SM Pro Audio TB202 http://www.smproaudio.com/TB202.htm I have already: LA audio MLX2 dual preamp. Motu Traveler with 4 preamps. MindPrint Envoice 1 channel tube preamp. I have those mics: AKGC414 Rode TN5 x2 T-Bone RB500 x 2 (ribbon mic that need a lot of gain...) ElectroVoice A/N408 Shure SM57 Shure SM58 ..(will probably buy some other mics in...
...spent 10 years on a mackie vlz and my only outboard pres are symetrix 528e, joemeek vc6q and la audio mlx2. some old good microphones: akg 451E's, sennheiser bf509, bf521, beyer m88, m201's, AT4041's, d112, unidyne sm57...) good equipment is rare and pricey here, i was looking for an octo preamp but finally sold...
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