This used PreSonus Eureka Channel Strip comes with a Power Cable.
This channel strip is in good condition with normal cosmetic wear, and is missing the back option card cover. This unit has been fully tested and works exactly as it should Please see pictures for details on item condition - only what is pictured is included.
The Eureka is equally at home in the studio or at the gig. With separate mic, line, and instrument inputs, you can employ it on almost any sound source.
Sweetening starts with a high-headroom Class A solid-state mic preamplifier with +22 dBu of headroom, providing wide dynamic range and excellent transient-response characteristics.
The preamp’s variable mic-input impedance enables you to vary the “color” of your sound and get the best performance from any type of microphone.
A Saturate control simulates the effects of tape saturation and tube warmth so you can go from crystal-clear to warm and rich.
The Eureka’s versatility stems in part from its malleable signal flow. With both XLR and 1/4” line outputs, you can connect the Eureka to almost any recording interface, amp, or P.A. system. The EQ can be pre- or post-compressor, and you can bypass each independently. Balanced send and return jacks enable you to insert your favorite outboard processor before the compressor and EQ.
The backlit VU meter can display gain reduction or output gain.
The channel strip’s fast, fully variable compressor provides Attack, Release, and Ratio controls and can be switched between hard and soft knee.
The compressor includes an internal sidechain with variable (10 Hz to 10 kHz) high-pass filter, so it can achieve anything from hard pumping to transparent compression.
The Eureka’s three-band, fully parametric EQ has overlapping frequency selection on each band. It can be used pre- or post-compressor and can be bypassed.
Of course the Eureka provides all of the secondary features you need in a preamp/channel strip. A 20 dB pad lets you tame hot input signals, and a high-pass filter attenuates all frequencies below 80 Hz by 12 dB. Polarity reverse enables you to deal with phase problems when using open mics.
Try the Eureka. Like the great Archimedes, you’ll be shouting, “I have found the solution!”