The compressor when set at its’ most active threshold yielded fairly sharp pumping and breathing. I wouldn’t mind having the MPA II AND the VLA II that would give me 2 channels of pres and compressors, but that’s a little out of my budget right now. The Pro Channel II does have the impedance adjustment like you mentioned and it sure looks like a sweet pre/channel. 5 minutes on the phone and I had a new unit on the way …

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  • The ART Pro Channel II Tube Channel Strip is the answer to your recording and computer audio interface needs!
  • That one change really makes this unit a great value.
  • You get a more natural, musical sounding output and virtually transparent dynamic leveling.
  • Overall very pleased and impressed with the sound, build and capability of this unit you could use for so many instruments and post processing or as insert for a guitar amp.
  • The Pro Channel allows you to select between ART’s award winning optical/tube compressor or the coveted tube circuit (a design made popular by the sound of the old broadcast limiters – now costing thousands of dollars).
  • The municipalities of Clarkdale, Cottonwood, Jerome, Sedona, and Tucson also passed civil unions.
  • Once the 2 12AX7 tubes have warmed this thing becomes amazing – except for the meters.

I bought an Art MX822 line mixer for my synths a couple years ago, new. After a bit, its started developing a hum from the PSU as well, and it is noticeable in audio out if i turn up the volume. I have a lot of stuff in my studio, and this is the only noise maker. I’ve patnitop heights completely written them off as company I’d ever buy anything from… I’ve had a ART Pro Channel II since May and it has this same buzz issue I’m reading about. I brought it back to the shop where I bought it and I was brow-beaten into thinking it was something on my end but I tried many scenarios and the buzz is in the unit.

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Preamp lamp, optical compression, 4 band EQ, probably transistor. Just provide your credit or debit card number in checkout as usual, and we’ll ship your order before the end of the business day. Reviewers gave this product an overall rating of 5 out of 5 stars.

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Art Pro Channel Ii Preamp Processor

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I have only recently purchased, and begun to use this unit, but am very pleased with what I have been able to do with it thus far. I am certain that as I become more familiar with it, I will be able to “fine-tune” it even better to fit the needs for which I bought it. And, of course, Ryan at Sweetwater could not have been more helpful.