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dbx 376 Tube Channel Strip
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The dbx 376 Tube Channel Strip employs standard strip features, then adds more to make it an all-inclusive tool. The menu includes a tube preamp sect...Read More
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The 376 adds more to make it an all-inclusive tool!
The dbx 376 Tube Channel Strip employs standard strip features, then adds more to make it an all-inclusive tool. The menu includes a tube preamp section, 3-band parametric EQ, compressor, de-esser, and digital outputs. Other features include a front panel instrument input, drive meter LEDs, threshold and de-esser meters, an eight-segment analog or digital meter, and a Type IV conversion system. Selectable sampling rates of 96, 88.2, 48, and 44.1kHz and 24, 20, and 16-bit word lengths add flexibility. Digital outputs include AES/EBU and S/PDIF. Word clock sync input and output are provided, and you can select dither and noise-shaping algorithms.
- Tube microphone preamp
- 200V tube plate voltage
- Selectable mic/line switch
- +48 volt phantom power
- Three-band parametric EQ
- Front panel instrument input
- Drive meter LEDs
- Threshold and de-esser meters
- Eight-segment analog or digital meter
- Type IV conversion system
- Selectable sampling rates
- 24, 20, and 16-bit word lengths
- AES/EBU and S/PDIF digital outputs
- Selectable dither and noise-shaping algorithms
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Comments about dbx 376 Tube Channel Strip:
This pre-amp works like a champ, the first time i heard of this device was about three years ago, i had a session to do but i had no mic pre at home, so a friend of mine loan it to me for that recording and all i had was a M-Audio Nova A Class Mic and the result was wonderful, i mean it makes a $100 mic sound like $2000 mic. Iv'e work with UAD Pre's and Avalon pre's in other studio's but thats for when you can afford to pay for it. If you are looking for a sterdy and durable mic pre that has a history for making exceptional products, then the DBX 376 would be a great choice. I perchased my own unit back in Feb.09 and i love it!