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Aphex

U135538

Aphex 107 Stereo Tube Mic Preamp

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This used Aphex Model 107 Dual Channel Microphone Preamp comes with a Power Adapter and a 20-foot XLR Cable.

Condition:
This preamp is in good condition with normal wear, has been fully tested, and works great. Please see pictures for details on item condition.

Product Details:
Talk about an incredible Mic Preamp! The Aphex 107 has it all. Two discrete preamps, each with individual controls, switchable 48 V phantom power, and front panel XLR jacks! Not only do you get an easy to use, single rack space preamp, but you also get clean, outstanding sonic power and clean performance! Use it in place of your console's preamps, or use it to record straight to your digital audio gear! Now you can afford to keep your audio hot, all the way to the bank!

Aphex Systems has worked diligently to bring you the best in audio signal processing. Even if the signal processing is of the highest quality, audio can be only as good as the weakest link in the chain...from the microphone to master. Typically, one of the weakest links in an audio chain is the very first gain stage in the signal path: the microphone preamplifier.

The Aphex Model 107 Dual Channel Thermionic (Tube) Microphone Preamplifier combines the best attributes of both tube and solid-state circuitry to provide performance unmatched by conventional designs. The solid-state front end is transformerless and only expensive, great sounding capacitors are used in the signal path. The tube circuit is a revolutionary new invention (patents pending) that imparts the sonic characteristics of tubes without the extremely high voltages, heat, fragility, and short life span of conventional tube circuitry. Aphex calls it Tubessence.

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