Art Tube MP/C Professional Tube PreAmplifier and Opto Compressor Limiter,DI
- Tube-based mic&line preamplifier with up to 80 dB of gain.
- Hand-selected 12AX7a tube.
- Optical (VCA-less) compressor circuitry = transparent dynamics control.
- 1/4-inch unbalanced inputs and outputs.
- XLR balanced inputs and outputs.
- Transformer isolated XLR output.
- LED meters for Tube Warmth, Gain Reduction and Output level.
- +48V phantom power.
- Phase reversal switch.
- Selectable release time settings.
- > 90dB dynamic range.
- Custom extruded aluminum chassis.
The Art Tube MP/C is a Professional Tube PreAmplifier and Opto Compressor Limiter and multi-purpose tool for audio engineering and recording. Two independent circuits featuring a tube-based analog preamplifier and a VCA-less compressor with optical gain reduction control are housed in one, convenient desk-top chassis.
Used as a mic&line preamp or as a DI (direct) box, the Tube MP&C is designed to work seamlessly with any recording, sound reinforcement, or electronic instrument setup. A R T’s Tube MP&C circuitry is a hybrid design utilizing the latest, most advanced, solid-state and tube technology.The preamplifier's active balanced solid-state input provides extremely low noise and excellent common-mode rejection.
Frequency Response: 30 Hz – 60 kHz +/- 1 dB balanced output, 20 Hz – 60 kHz +/- 1dB 1/4″ output
Total Harmonic Distortion: <0.1% @ max gain
CMMR: > 60 dB @ max gain
Input Impedance: 1M Ω 1/4″ input, 5K Ω XLR input
Maximum Output Level: +19 dBu (Line mode)
Output Impedance: XLR: <600 Ω, 1/4″: <300 Ω
Low Cut Filter: -3 dB @ 70 Hz, 6dB/Octave
Phantom Power: Switch selectable, +48Volts DC, filtered, current limited
Chassis Type: All aluminum black anodized with integral rubber sides
Power Requirements: 9VAC @ 1000mA (external)
Attack Time: <1 ms (limit), 20 ms (comp.)
Release Time: 150ms (fast), 20ms – 3s Program dependant (Auto)
Compressor Slope: 2:1 (Comp.) / 11:1 (Limit)
Dimensions: 1.75″H x 5.9″ W x 6.5″ D
Weight: 2.9 lbs (1.32 kg)
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