The voltage is high-voltage High-end headroom with discrete Class-A amenities This is a
Adjusting the tone of a band with a sweep This filter features a mid and low frequency range
A bass or a majority of other instruments have EQ modes that are tailored to each
With level control, a boost switch for volume
An even distribution of The auto ground lift feature lets you adjust the EQ for pre/post exposure
Questions & Answers
Can you describe how to hook up a phantom power microphone (Blue Encore 300)?
In this case, the device is not powered by
Can I use headphones with it?
There is no stereo output for 1/4" so the headphones would probably only receive sound from one side. The idea of trying it myself has never occurred to me.
Is it possible to plug in the 1/4-inch jack Is it possible to listen to it through the headphone jack at 5mm and 5mm?
*3 Specification * *3 Amplifier A class circuit with a discrete circuit switch *br> with a boost foot switch and with level trim (max. dB ) *ö Compressor (Soft Knee Characteristic) *ö The 5 bands + the sweep ** mid ** control, and the adjustable ** low cut filter *ö *ö A sweep notch filter and a phase inversion switch *br> *ö Typography based on chroma (high contrast) *ö Input 1/4" standard jack with 10m* trim *ö Output 1/4" standard jack with 10M* trim A 1/4 jack and a XLR DI with a PRE / POST switch are provided measurements are A compact, lightweight and powerful device, measuring 158mm (W) x 143mm (D) x 54mm (H). There is an option to use a 9V battery or AC adapter
I need to know what power supply I can What is the max current that a 9V 500mA can handle?
It is powered by a 9 volt battery at the moment. The power supply plug-in appears to be an option available to
Selected User Reviews For Fishman Platinum Stage EQ/DI Analog Preamp
This is simply an outstanding recording tool for piezo and magnetic soundhole pickups! In my capacity as a songwriter/composer, I compose and record commercially licensed music made under the performance rights organization BMI, Inc
Here are some of the good points In the midst of my search, I came across an article that was A pre-approval letter is in my hand I have a small analog mixer with my amp, and then I go into the computer and record with my The following is a draft The amp is great! In regards to acoustic guitar, it pushes and offers a bit of tone shaping and db limiting. It's my goal to finish an acoustic electric album by the end of the year, and this pre-release came at a great time What I really need is an amp. In addition to that, I'm also in possession of a ukulele bass and a guitarlele (guialele/guilele)-both with passive and active piezo element pickups, and all of them sound great! As well as the pre-loader, I used The aim was to see how plain it would sound without any effects, just an electric Fender Telecaster and the amp. Lastly, notice how the volume and tone of the voice differ. I found it has a natural place in my studio. Size is not a problem for me. *hr>What you need to know is This is not a post I saw in the forum. There is no power adapter included with the unit. You will require a NEGATIVE POLARITY power adapter for the nine volt (9v) system, not a positive polarity one. There is a multi-tier 9-tier system in my house This is a 12-volt power adapter with 5 plugs you can daisy chain for guitar effects pedals, I have the older type I have also connected an amp, and so far I have had no problems. If I ever play out again (when this virus pandemic is over), the preamp will be ready for me In a signal chain that runs from an effects pedal board to an acoustic guitar amp, an amp would be extremely useful. It would be my pleasure if my review helped. A second time. This is one of the best pre-mades I've ever seen The amp is on! Enjoy your day and stay safe ABOUT TOM.
| Mar 18, 2021
I find the size awkward, but the sound is wonderful
The best acoustic preamp I have ever used The best value for a system this good. FAST, versatile, and rugged. You can read it here. The mic is I have used it on acoustic guitar and uke and have been pleasantly surprised by The value of the product is too high to ignore regardless of its There are a number of cons Very small to put on the floor, but too large to clip on a belt, especially because the clip orients the unit horizontally with the jacks at the top edge. It would take up a lot of space and cables would stick straight out from the connectors. It gets in the way of a guitar, and a uke can not be played unless you wear it on your back, which would be impractical. The very thought of trying makes me want to cry. Usually, I can find something to clip it to, so I can keep track of it Plastic chairs have a strap on the back that works like the strap on the top of an amp. On a couple of occasions, I had cargo pants with loops on them so that I could clip it It was really fun to watch that.
| Jan 23, 2021
The sounds are tweaked to make the piezo sound much closer to that of The Martin D- I have is in good shape During production of the 10e, a fishman piezo pickup was installed While the pickup worked well, the sound had a lot of bass A booming, intense sound filled the air from the 5th and 6th strings, which overshadowed and overwhelmed everything else
I was able to adjust that bass back and balance the mix as a result of this box. I have never been able to put it on my belt but it is extremely well made, and so far I haven't used it. My set-up is to place it on top of the amp and run a wireless transmitter to the output of the guitar. Then connect the pedal to the amp with a 12" cable. Worked perfectly well for me. Ideally, you could do the same thing with an equalizer pedal, but for my purposes in an acoustic setup, this would be very useful.
| Mar 19, 2021
It is one of the best DIs ever. It is quite heavy and is intended to clip onto your belt as well, so this could be related to that. You might even find it difficult to move around when you use a XLR cable to connect the DI and attach it to your belt. Having it on my pedal board, I find it to be very useful.
| May 02, 2021
On my first use, I liked it a lot
On my first use, I liked it a lot. As soon as it was used a second time, it stopped working. There is no life in it at all. Despite changing the batteries and the like, nothing happens. When I tried to turn it on a second time, it wouldn't As soon as it started working, it started working. Saturday was the last day. After getting completely dead again, it was gone. The $150 has failed to be refunded even though the return period has passed. Payment was in the amount of $00 dollars.
| Apr 19, 2021
This has so far been a great experience
The following update has been made If you'd like to see screenshots of the poor output of the schertler BASIK set, you can check out my scathing review of that set. Although I tried to make it work, this preamp made it at least possible to use with drastic boost and EQ, but it wasn't as easy as I thought. The Schertler I returned after trying for two gigs, but this preamp is outstanding (lots of boost, very nice EQ, nothing else has class A circuitry, 2 gain stages, awesome mid sweep, powered by a 9V battery, my favorite Fishman product).
I will be using it on a gig tomorrow, so if I run into any problems, I will let you know. i purchased this to protect the koa wood on my new ukulele, which I do not want to cut. Rather than the high-end Schertler BV450 pickup (still $160 freaking dollars, not of the highest quality for the price), I went with the BASIK pickup, which sounds quite good but sends a very low volume Then why would you choose a cheap(ish) Uke when it's such an expensive instrument? There's only one stick in the box - I use a pickup that accepts 1/4 passive inputs, and I play through a variety of preamps, amps, and processors, most of which do not accept 48v or have XLR inputs I might sink $500-$1000 at some point if I'm in a tight spot I'm willing to invest 600 into a Schertler or DPA high end unit, but for now, I want a unit that will last forever This solution fails the 1/4" test. It still costs less than the high end stuff, even with this preamp. I got the BASIK preamp because the level of the BASIK was low. A battery-powered Fishman bass is my first choice, I love the brassy sound, and I am also a bass player, so I was looking forward to using it. I used it to test out a new preamp for my home studio. It has a lot of parameters to dial in and is quite complex. It's a good thing that this is ultimately happening. In order to avoid introducing too much hiss, I had to find a balance between trim and volume that allowed me to get plenty of amplitude. It took me a while to get a good tone, and I also decided that the middle of the low cutoff choices was best for my low g uke. It is a very easy-to-use instrument with excellent tone quality. This setup and cranked Fishman get me the level of my Godin acoustic/ electric nylon string guitar at half volume (the Godin's onboard preamp is very powerful and virtually noiseless so I usually play at about half volume). Despite its funky but pleasing sound, the sweepable treble and mid controls help reduce quack and brassiness to a pleasant extent. The mids and trebles were both cut quite a bit, and bass was left flat it was a wise decision not to choose a simpler preamp, since my sound needs a lot of shaping. Tomorrow I'm confident that my tone will be good, but I'm also certain that I'll need to tweak a few I am still happy with this preamp due to its excellent sound quality.
| Feb 08, 2021