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DBX 131S Single 31-Band Graphic Equalizer

$159.99 $229.99

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DBX 131S


Exceptional sound and rugged reliability

When the pros need an EQ, they turn to dbx. With a proven track record that spans four decades, dbx® EQs are the industry standard for touring, studios, and audio installations. With the dbx heritage of revered pro EQs, the 131s meets the needs of the most demanding sound reinforcement environments, while offering the simplicity of straightforward controls.

The dbx 131s includes a single 31-band channel of 1/3-octave equalization, ±12 dB input gain, switchable ±6 dB or ±12 dB boost/cut range, 20mm nonconductive sliders, an intuitive user interface, and output level metering. From its extended 10Hz to 50kHz frequency response and 110 dB dynamic range to the quality componentry and meticulous attention to detail, the 131s offers exceptional sound and rugged reliability that guarantees you will always sound your best.

Sure to find a home in the studio, on tour and with installed sound venues, the dbx 131s is destined to take its rightful place in the lineage of great dbx signal processors that are the professional's choice in signal processing. With such affordable quality, there's no longer any excuse for compromising your sound.


Features:

  • Single 31-band, 1/3-octave Constant Q frequency bands
  • Switchable boost/cut ranges of ±6 or ±12dB
  • 12dB per octave, 3dB down @ 50Hz low-cut filter
  • Front panel bypass switch
  • ±12 dB input gain range
  • 4-segment LED ladders for monitoring output levels
  • XLR and TRS Inputs and Outputs
  • Frequency Response of <10hz to="">50kHz
  • Dynamic range of greater than 108dB


Specs:

  • Input Connectors 1/4" TRS, female XLR (pin 2 hot)
  • Input Type Electronically balanced/unbalanced, RF filtered
  • Input Impedance Balanced 40k ohm, unbalanced 20k ohm
  • Max Input >+21dBu balanced or unbalanced
  • CMRR >40dB, typically >55dB at 1kHz
  • Output Connectors 1/4" TRS, male XLR (pin 2 hot)
  • Output Type Impedance-balanced/unbalanced, RF filtered
  • Output Impedance Balanced 100 ohm, unbalanced 50 ohm
  • Max Output >+21dBu balanced/unbalanced into 2k ohm or greater; >+18dBm balanced/unbalanced (into 600 ohm)
  • Bandwidth 20Hz to 20kHz, +0.5/-1dB
  • Frequency Response <10hz to="">50kHz, +0.5/-3dB
  • Dynamic Range Typically >112dB
  • Signal to Noise Ratio Typically >95dB
  • THD+Noise <>
  • Interchannel Crosstalk <-90db, 20hz="" to="">
  • Bypass Switch Bypasses the graphic equalizer section in the signal path
  • Low cut Switch Activates the 50Hz 12dB/octave high-pass filter
  • Range Switch Selects either +/- 6dB or +/-12dB slider boost/cut range
  • Operating Voltage 100-240VAC 50/60Hz
  • Power Consumption 15W
  • Power Connector IEC receptacle
  • Unit Weight 4.8 lbs.(2.2 kg)
  • Shipping Weight 6.2 lbs.(2.8kg)
  • Dimensions 1.75" (4.4cm) H x 6"(15.24cm) D x 19" (48.26cm) W
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DBX 166XS Compressor / Limiter / Gate

$239.99 $339.99

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DBX 166XS


Bring a more professional sound to your mix

Adding a dbx® 166xs Compressor/Limiter/Gate to your live sound rig or studio gives you more dynamic control to help create a more polished, professional sound. Having compression in your audio chain gives you the ability to smooth out uneven levels, add sustain to guitars and fatten up your drums. It also makes it easy to bring vocals to the front of your mix - adding greater clarity and making them stand out from the surrounding instruments. To protect your expensive amps and speakers the PeakStop® limiter provides an absolute ceiling for peak excursions or large transients that could damage your equipment.

dbx knows compressors...after all we invented them! The 166xs is the latest in a long line of the world's most successful compressors from the inventors of the technology. Its patented Overeasy® compression technology provides smooth and musical performance while the AutoDynamic™ attack and release controls, found only on dbx compressors, puts great sound within easy reach. The 166xs can operate in stereo or dual-mono modes, has true RMS power summing and features quality XLR and 1/4" TRS inputs and outputs. It cuts no corners on visual feedback with gain reduction metering and easy-to-read backlit switches.


Features:

  • Error proof operation to smooth uneven levels, add sustain to guitars, fatten drums or tighten up mixes
  • New gate timing algorithms ensure the smoothest release characteristics
  • Program-adaptive expander/gates
  • Great sounding dynamics control for any type of program material
  • Separate precision LED displays for gain reduction, compression threshold and gate threshold allow quick, accurate setup
  • Stereo or dual-mono operation
  • Balanced inputs and outputs on 1/4" TRS and XLR connectors
  • Side Chain insert
  • Classic dbx® "Auto" mode


Specs:

  • Input Connectors 1/4" TRS, female XLR (pin 2 hot)
  • Input Impedance >50kΩ balanced, >25kΩ unbalanced
  • Max Input >+24dBu, Balanced or Unbalanced
  • Input Type Electronically balanced/unbalanced, RF filtered
  • Sidechain 1/4" TRS Phone, Normalled: Ring = Output (send); tip = Input (return)
  • Sidechain Impedance Tip = >10kΩ (Input), Ring = 2kΩ (Output)
  • Sidechain Max Input Level >+20dBu (tip/input); >+20dBu (ring/output)
  • Output Connectors 1/4" TRS, female XLR (pin 2 hot)
  • Output Impedance 120Ω balanced, >60Ω unbalanced
  • Max Output +21dBu balanced/unbalanced into 2kΩ or greater; >+18 dBm balanced/unbalanced (into 600Ω)
  • Frequency Response 20Hz - 20kHz; +0, -0.5dB, Typical 3dB points are 0.35Hz and 110kHz, unity gain
  • Noise <-90dbu, 22hz="" to="" 22khz,="" no="" weighting,="" unity="">
  • THD+Noise Typically <0.04%; any="" amount="" of="" compression="" up="" to="">
  • IMD Typically <0.08% smpte="" @="" +10dbu="" (15db="" gain="">
  • Compressor Threshold Range -40dBu to +20dBu
  • Compressor Threshold Characteristic Selectable OverEasy® or hard knee
  • Compressor Ratio Variable; 1:1 to Infinity:1; 60dB Maximum Compression
  • Compressor Attack Time Variable program-dependent; 3ms to 340ms for 15dB gain reduction
  • Compressor Release Time Variable program-dependent; 200dB/Sec to 3dB/Sec
  • Expander/Gate Threshold Range OFF to +15dBu
  • Expander/Gate Ratio 10:1
  • Expander/Gate Max Depth >60dB
  • Expander/Gate Attack Time <500µs (from="" maximum="">
  • Expander/Gate Release Time Adjustable, 30ms to 3sec (to 30dB attenuation)
  • Limiter Threshold Range 0dBu to +20dBu
  • CMRR >40dB, typically >55dB at 1kHz
  • Interchannel Crosstalk <-80db, 20hz="" to="">
  • Dynamic Range >115 dB, unweighted
  • Stereo Coupling True RMS Power Summing™
  • Power Consumption 15 Watts Maximum
  • Operating Temperature 0°C to 45°C (32°F to 113°F)
  • Dimensions 1.75" x 19" x 6.75" (4.45 cm x 48.2 cm x 17.15 cm)
  • Unit Weight 5.05 lb (2.29 kg)
  • Shipping Weight 7.20 lb (3.27 kg)
  • Reference 0dBu = 0.775Vrms
  • Operating Voltage 100 VAC 50/60Hz; 120VAC 60Hz; 230 VAC 50/60 Hz
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DBX 231S Dual Channel 31-Band Equalizer

$199.99 $279.99

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DBX 231S


Exceptional sound and rugged reliability

When the pros need an EQ, they turn to dbx. With a proven track record that spans four decades, dbx® EQs are the industry standard for touring, studios, and audio installations. With the dbx heritage of revered pro EQs, the 231s meets the needs of the most demanding sound reinforcement environments, while offering the simplicity of straightforward controls.

The dbx 231s includes two 31-band channels of 1/3-octave equalization, ±12 dB input gain, switchable ±6 dB or ±12 dB boost/cut range, 20mm nonconductive sliders, an intuitive user interface, and output level metering. From its extended 10Hz to 50kHz frequency response and 112 dB dynamic range to the quality componentry and meticulous attention to detail, the 231s offers exceptional sound and rugged reliability that guarantees you will always sound your best.

Sure to find a home in the studio, on tour and with installed sound venues, the dbx 231s is destined to take its rightful place in the lineage of great dbx signal processors that are the professional's choice in signal processing. With such affordable quality, there's no longer any excuse for compromising your sound.


Features:

  • Dual 31-band, 1/3-octave Constant Q frequency bands
  • Switchable boost/cut ranges of ±6 or ±12 dB
  • Front panel bypass switch
  • ±12 dB input gain range
  • 4-segment LED ladders for monitoring output levels
  • XLR and TRS Inpts and Outputs
  • Frequency Response of <10hz to="">50kHz
  • Dynamic range of greater than 108dB


Specs:

  • Input Connectors 1/4" TRS, female XLR (pin 2 hot)
  • Input Type Electronically balanced/unbalanced, RF filtered
  • Input Impedance Balanced 40k ohm, unbalanced 20k ohm
  • Max Input >+21dBu balanced or unbalanced
  • CMRR >40dB, typically >55dB at 1kHz
  • Output Connectors 1/4" TRS, male XLR (pin 2 hot)
  • Output Type Impedance-balanced/unbalanced, RF filtered
  • Output Impedance Balanced 100 ohm, unbalanced 50 ohm
  • Max Output >+21dBu balanced/unbalanced into 2k ohm or greater; >+18dBm balanced/unbalanced (into 600 ohm)
  • Bandwidth 20Hz to 20kHz, +0.5/-1dB
  • Frequency Response <10hz to="">50kHz, +0.5/-3dB
  • Dynamic Range Typically >112dB
  • Signal to Noise Ratio Typically >95dB
  • THD+Noise <>
  • Interchannel Crosstalk <-90db, 20hz="" to="">
  • Bypass Switch Bypasses the graphic equalizer section in the signal path
  • Low cut Switch Activates the 50Hz 12dB/octave high-pass filter
  • Range Switch Selects either +/- 6dB or +/-12dB slider boost/cut range
  • Operating Voltage 100-240VAC 50/60Hz
  • Power Consumption 15W
  • Power Connector IEC receptacle
  • Unit Weight 6.2 lbs.(2.81 kg)
  • Shipping Weight 7.9 lbs.(3.58kg)
  • Dimensions 3.5" (8.9cm) H x 6"(15.24cm) D x 19" (48.26cm) W
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DBX 266XS Compressor / Gate

$149.99 $209.99

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DBX 266XS


Bring a more professional sound to your mix

Adding a dbx® 266xs Compressor/Limiter/Gate to your live sound rig or studio gives you more dynamic control to help create a more polished, professional sound. Having compression in your audio chain gives you the ability to smooth out uneven levels, add sustain to guitars and fatten up your drums. It also makes it easy to bring vocals to the front of your mix - adding greater clarity and making them stand out from the surrounding instruments.

dbx knows compressors...after all we invented them! The 266xs is the latest in a long line of the world's most successful compressors from the inventors of the technology. Its patented Overeasy® compression technology provides smooth and musical performance while the AutoDynamic™ attack and release controls, found only on dbx compressors, puts great sound within easy reach. The 266xs can operate in stereo or dual-mono modes, has true RMS power summing and features quality XLR and 1/4" TRS inputs and outputs. It cuts no corners on visual feedback with gain reduction metering and easy-to-read backlit switches.


Features:

  • Error proof operation to smooth uneven levels, add sustain to guitars, fatten drums or tighten up mixes
  • New gate timing algorithms ensure the smoothest release characteristics
  • Program-adaptive expander/gates
  • Great sounding dynamics control for any type of program material
  • Separate precision LED displays for gain reduction, compression threshold and gate threshold allow quick, accurate setup
  • Stereo or dual-mono operation
  • Balanced inputs and outputs on 1/4" TRS and XLR connectors
  • Side Chain insert
  • Classic dbx® "Auto" mode


Specs:

  • Input Connectors 1/4" TRS and female XLR (pin 2 hot)
  • Input Type Electronically balanced/unbalanced, RF filtered
  • Input Impedance 40kΩ balanced/unbalanced
  • Max Input >+22dBu Balanced or Unbalanced
  • Output Connectors 1/4" TRS, female XLR (pin 2 hot)
  • Output Type Impedance-balanced/unbalanced, RF filtered
  • Output Impedance +4dBu: 100Ω balanced, 50Ω unbalanced; -10dBu: 1kΩ balanced, 500Ω unbalanced
  • Max Output >+21dBu balanced/unbalanced into 2kΩ or greater; >+18dBm balanced/unbalanced (into 600Ω)
  • Sidechain 1/4" TRS Phone, Normalled: Ring = Output (send); tip = Input (return)
  • Sidechain Impedance Tip = >10kΩ (Input), Ring = 2kΩ (Output)
  • Sidechain Max Input Level Tip = >+22dBu (Input)
  • Sidechain Max Output Level Ring = >+20dBu (Output)
  • Compressor Threshold Range -40dBu to +20dBu
  • Compressor Threshold Characteristic Selectable OverEasy® or hard knee
  • Compressor Ratio 1:1 to Infinity:1
  • Compressor Attack Time Scalable Program-Dependent AutoDynamic™
  • Compressor Release Time Scalable Program-Dependent AutoDynamic™
  • Expander/Gate Threshold Range -60dBu to +15dBu
  • Expander/Gate Ratio 1:1 to 4:1
  • Expander/Gate Attack Time <>
  • Expander/Gate Release Time Program-dependent
  • Bandwidth 0.35Hz - 90kHz, +0/-3dB
  • Frequency Response Flat: 20Hz-20kHz, +0, -0.5dB
  • Noise <-93dbu unweighted="" (22khz="" measurement="">
  • THD+Noise Typically <0.2%; any="" amount="" of="" compression="">
  • IMD Typically <0.2%>
  • Dynamic Range >114 dB, unweighted
  • Interchannel Crosstalk <-95db, 20hz="" to="">
  • CMRR >40dB, typically >55dB at 1kHz
  • Stereo Coupling True RMS Power Summing™
  • Power Consumption 15 Watts Maximum
  • Operating Voltage 100VAC 50/60Hz; 120VAC 60Hz; 230VAC 50/60Hz
  • Operating Temperature 0°C to 45°C (32°F to 113°F)
  • Dimensions 1.75" x 5.75" x 19" (4.45 cm x 14.6 cm x 48.26 cm )
  • Unit Weight 4.84 lbs (2.19 kg)
  • Shipping Weight 6.6 lbs (2.99 kg)
  • Reference 0dBu = 0.775Vrms
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TC Electronic M-One XL Dual Effects Signal Processor

$449.99 $559.99

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M-One XL

Overview:

  • M•One XL is a dual effects unit, perfectly designed for LIVE applications. The reverbs truly shine, but it also features lots of other pristine effects such as Compressor, Chorus, Delay, Gate, etc.
  • TC Electronic XL Technology - Based on Our Renowned Reverb Heritage
  • High-quality Multi Effects - Reverb, Delay, Chorus, Flanger, Compressor, Gate, etc.
  • Flexibility - Perfect for LIVE applications as well as in the STUDIO


XL Reverb Technology

  • Do the measures - it's time to size up! The essence of M-One XL, the XL Technology, is based on our heritage and continual research and development of Reverb technology. XL Reverbs give you new and improved spatial perspectives, across the entire range of Reverb algorithms.
  • The extended range of the 'reverb size' enables extremely wide or narrow spatial imaging, independently of the decay time. By applying 'Reverb size' to both Early Reflections and the Diffused Field, M-One XL achieves any combination from wide spaces with short decay times to narrow rooms with long decays. 
  • The XL Technology also stands out by applying sophisticated modulation patterns, simulating the modulation of a real room and allowing ranges of modulation from the barely audible real-room modulation to heavy chorusing and detuning reverbs, also simulating the vintage style of reverbs.
  • In short, you will get a natural and clear result that no other processor in this price range is able to provide.


Small Room Simulation

  • Simulations of Small Rooms have been a major focus in the tuning of the XL Reverbs. The Early Reflection patterns combined with the new set of Diffused Fields, allows for realistic simulations of real rooms.
  • If you apply it to source material, the room simulations will bring clarity and presence to the source. With the flexibility of the XL Technology, your can tweak the reverbs from virtually transparent Ambience patterns over large Hall Reverbs to low-resolution Plates or Spring reverbs with ease.


Reverb Types

  • M-One XL offers you all the great types of reverb you need for live performances or in the studio. Depending on the application, you can go for Live, Hall, Room or Plate.


Hall

  • These 'classic' reverbs simulate the reverberation of very large rooms with high ceilings. They have unobtrusive reflections with a density and naturalness you have only been dreaming of - until now. The Hall reverbs are particularly great-sounding for vocals, acoustic guitar and piano.


Live

  • The Live algorithms are the grainy type of reverbs known as the typical 1980s live reverbs. Use these reverbs whenever you need the extra edge to really 'cut through' any PA system.


Room

  • Our famous Room reverbs generate a vast array of room settings with different sizes and surfaces. The Room reverbs will make your music come alive by adding ultimate realism and texture to your mix.

Plate

  • The most basic-sounding reverbs in the M-One XL are the 'non-digital', mechanical-sounding ones, which eleminates the need for metal plates: Create the artificial reflections typically found on 'old mechanical' reverbs! Plates 1 & 2 are particularly good for drums and vocal tracks.


Presets

  • M-One XL comes with 200 high-grade Factory Presets, covering any application imaginable. On top of that, M-One XL stores up to 100 of your favorite presets in the User Bank. When you are satisfied with your preset, just hit the STORE key to save. It is so simple, that you almost forget you are actually making presets!


How to...

  • M-One XL will handle all of your reverb needs with ease, and the range of applications is comprehensive, but we have gathered a few tips for three common situations below.


Lead Vocals

  • Dominating vocals are often supported by a well-tuned Hall and maybe even some delays. However, combining these two effects in the perfect mix can be a bit of a challenge.
  • The fact that Delay repeats continue to repeat the original dry source, even after the Reverb has decayed, makes the delay stand out as a separate effect.
  • Using the M-One XL 'Parallel/Serial' routing allows you to use both Delay, with the accurate tap control, and high-density Reverbs with independent inputs and simultaneously feed the Delay repeats into the Reverb, allowing a greater integration of the two effects.


Ambient Vocals

  • Getting the lead vocal to sound both crisp and present in a live mix is not always as easy as it sounds.
  • If you merely turn up the volume, keeping a neutral frequency response will make the vocal 'float' on top of the music, which is not very flattering to the vocals.
  • Instead, try to use the 'Ambience' Reverb of the M-One XL. The high-density Early Reflections and short decays will add sufficient brightness and shine to the vocal without compromising the frequency response.


Drums

  • Making a drum kit in general, or a snare drum in particular, stand out using reverbs has been common in Pop/Rock for many years. In the studio, where listening conditions are perfect, you have a number of choices. Achieving the same effect in a Live situation is quite a different story.
  • High-density reverbs tend to disappear in a PA system, so try to use the 'Live' reverb of M-One XL. It will give you exactly the level of graininess necessary to achieve this particular effect.
  • The 'Live' Reverb works extremely well for short and snappy snare reverbs, as well as big ballad 3.0 second Tom reverbs.
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TC Helicon Harmony Singer Guitar Controlled Harmony, Reverb & Tone

$199.99 $275.00

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Harmony Singer

You’ve perfected your guitar tone. Now it’s time to focus on your vocals. Harmony Singer is the perfect partner for that – essential and exciting vocal processing no larger than a guitar stomp box, but with a massive sound. Whether you’re electric, electro-acoustic, pro or practicing, your vocal presentation will sound like your group just increased by a couple of backup singers, an expert engineer and a ton of gear.
All-in-one, compact pedal featuring Vocal Harmony, Tone and Reverb
Up to two harmony voices guided automatically by the guitar via the In/Thru connection

  • Adaptive Tone “sweetens” overall vocal quality
  • 3 high-quality Reverb styles with adjustable level

It starts with Adaptive Tone for a studio vocal sound
Tone is much more than just a four-letter-word. Under the hood of Harmony Singer is a collection of high-end audio processes tweaked to perfection. Smooth dynamics? Check. Silky brightness? Check. Reduced “sss” sounds? Check. No more muddy lows? Check. And these processes automatically adapt to the tone and dynamic range of your singing so that even with an average PA, you’ll always sound your best.

Just play and sing, your harmony group follows automatically
You won’t have to brush up on your vocal arranging skills. Harmony Singer does this for you. It instantly analyzes your guitar chords so that when you hit the footswitch, your harmony backup group is in tune and on time. When it’s this easy, you’ll find yourself trying harmony in songs you wouldn’t have thought of before.


Silky studio-quality reverb
Sure, everything has reverb in it these days, but when your reverb sounds great it makes you equally great. Our sister company TC Electronic is renowned in the pro-audio community for the quality of its reverb algorithms and the styles in Harmony Singer hark directly from that lineage. The Room, Club and Hall styles are all built to flatter your voice, so go ahead and crank it up, your audience will love it.


Don’t forget to Talk to your audience
Of course you don’t want to announce your next song or chat to the folks with Reverb on. Holding the Harmony on/off button puts you into Talk mode where your voice is still processed by Tone but the Reverb and Harmony effects are turned off. A quick tap and you’re back in the land of pristine ambience.

Easy hook-up
If you’ve ever connected a mic to your PA, you’re ready to connect Harmony Singer. Mic to Harmony Singer and Harmony Singer to PA. Nice and easy. Your guitar connects the same way you’d connect your other stomp box effects – only it likes to be first in the chain.

Control it with your mic
You can control Harmony Singer effects from anywhere on stage with our MP-75 Modern Performance Vocal Microphone or the Sennheiser e 835 fx mic (optional).

More Features:
Choice of 8 arrangements of Harmony voices: above and below, close and far

  • Room, Club and Hall reverb choices
  • Separate mix level control of Harmony voices
  • Transparent Thru connection to guitar amp
  • Ground Lift removes hum when needed
  • Clean, clear, low noise mic preamp with phantom power
  • Reverb and Tone can remain on whether Harmony is on or off so you always sound great
  • Mic Control™ allows remote Harmony on/off using the switch on the Sennheiser e 835 fx or TC-Helicon MP-75 mic
  • Compact, easy to use
  • Rugged all-metal construction
  • USB connection to free VoiceSupport application for easy firmware updates, product-specific news and more.
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TC Helicon Mic Mechanic Reverb, Delay & Correction Pedal

$149.99 $205.00

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Mic Machanic 

Dead room? Flat mic? No sound guy? Call in Mic Mechanic – a complete vocal toolbox in a compact, easy-to-use pedal. As your personal sound engineer Mic Mechanic provides time-tested tone and effects you can take anywhere – and always sound your best.


Top quality TC-Helicon Reverbs, Delays and Pitch Correction

  • Adaptive Tone for the perfect mix
  • Simple controls, easy to use, instant effect
  • Rugged all-metal construction

What every singer needs
With Mic Mechanic you get tried and true combinations of the Reverbs and Delays from our renowned VoiceLive series. These are classic sounds designed to enhance and complement the natural timbre of your voice, making Mic Mechanic the direct response to the singers who say “I don’t want to change my voice. I just want to sound great”.

Professional Reverb, simply controlled
Reverb is the essential vocal effect, loved by all singers and used in practically every venue and recording studio in the world. Picked from the flagship VoiceLive series, the lush Reverbs in Mic Mechanic surround your voice with a great sense of space – small or large.


Delay. Delay. And Tap.
From short slapback echoes to long repeating phrases, Delay adds that special “something” to your vocal sound. Use the Tap Tempo feature and time the delays to match your music perfectly.


Perfectly pitched
Auto Chromatic Pitch Correction gently guides you towards the “true” note you’re singing. When you’re just a bit flat or sharp, Mic Mechanic steps in and gives you a little – or a large – nudge in the right direction. It can be transparent or used as an effect, whichever you like.


Sound your best with Adaptive Tone
Mic Mechanic automatically adjusts EQ, Compression, De-Essing and Gating – providing you with great tone all the time. Get a great vocal sound regardless of your sound system or sound tech.

Details
Control it with your Mic
You can control Mic Mechanic effects from anywhere on stage with TC-Helicon’s MP-75 Modern Performance Vocal Microphone (optional).

More Features

  • 8 high quality Reverb and Echo presets
  • Separate Reverb (Room, Studio, Hall) and Delay (Tap and Slap), with combinations of both
  • Footswitch tapping can match echoes to song tempo
  • Tone button for Adaptive EQ, Compression, De-essing and Gating
  • Auto Chromatic Pitch Correction
  • Easy connection between standard mic and mixer
  • Phantom power always available
  • Low noise microphone pre-amp
  • Mic Control for remote on/off switching with optional TC-Helicon MP-75 mic
  • Compact, easy to use
  • Rugged all-metal construction
  • USB connection to VoiceSupport application offering updates, product-specific news and more
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