Care should be taken so that objects do not fall and liquids are not spilled into the enclosure through openings. All other servicing should be referred to qualified service personnel. Connect this equipment only to the power source indicated on the equipment rear panel. To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, refer servicing to qualified service personnel or equivalent. This product may contain a lithium battery.
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Each channel has a knob for drive, analog output level, and digital output level, as well as buttons for a pad, phantom power, phase, and low cut. This is a rackable unit and will take up a single rack space unit.
It is easy to set your level and the vast amount of parameters allow for this to be a versatile unit that can be used for a variety of applications. I have used this pre amp to record vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, drums, and bass guitar and I always find that I get good sounds when using this pre amp.
The sound is warm because of the real tubes which gives it a unique sound that is tough to replicate without real tubes. Dbx makes some great pre amps and the is a nice example of what they can do. Overall, the Dbx is a great option for a cheap tube pre amp.
It amplifies! Indeed until now I used the preamps of my sound card Scarlett 18i6 , it does not have much to see There is still a true default: The signal first passes through a transistor amp and a lamp and a second small amp transistor.
The level LED indicates the level after the second transistor amp, so far ok, it can manage its levels out of the machine. The problem is that there is no viewing level before reaching the lamp, therefore impossible to know how it is close to the saturation of the light which is not very pretty, it has more the sound of a saturated transistor that lamp , which spoil some taken.
The sound made me look good, but I have not tested many external preamp is the same one I used. I like the digital output, the ability to amplify an honest manner not like the basic sound cards I do not like the light that saturates when I not expect, and that bothers me to adjust the levels properly. Just record what i play, the sound, I do it on my console before moving it.
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