Crane Song Flamingo - 2ch Mic Preamp

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FLAMINGO, is a high quality 2 channel discrete class A microphone pre-amp. It can be operated as a musically transparent pre-amplifier, but is capable of emulating vintage sounds as well as creating distinctive new ones.

The Crane Song Flamingo, is a high quality 2 channel discrete class A microphone pre-amp. It can be operated as a musically transparent pre-amplifier, but is capable of emulating vintage sounds as well as creating distinctive new ones.

Crane Song Flamingo  is designed to be flexible and give the user a tool to solve real world recording, broadcast, and sound reinforcement problems. It can provide an artistic choice of sounds at the flip of a switch.

The input gain is selected by a stepped switch for gain matching and repeatability. This is followed by a continuously variable attenuator to provide gain trim. Gain is adjustable in 6 db steps to 66 db gain and down to off by the attenuator. Each channel has independently switchable phase and phantom power switches.

 

Crane Song Flamingo Features :

  • 2 channel 22 element VU meter with an over load indicator to allow accurate monitoring and ease of level adjustment.
  • Unique are three switches that allow the user to select different sounds; these are the IRON, SOUND and TONE switches. By using these switches the user can produce many different variety of sounds.
  • The SOUND switch changes the type of amplifier
  • The IRON switch puts iron in the audio path which distorts low frequencies and not higher frequencies. The IRON switch changes both channels.
  • The TONE switch is a 3 position switch allowing for standard - (original Flamingo sound) when the switch is in the center position.
  • When TONE switch moved to the right, it operates as a transparent Pre-Amp, and when the switch is in the left most position - FAT, it has more colour.
  • The input impedance switch provides 2 choices, the first is the original Flamingo and the second is to match large diaphragm condenser mics.
  • Transformer-less balanced inputs and outputs.
  • The unit is 1u and operates from 100V, 115V, 230V or 240V mains.
  • Made in U.S.A.

     

     

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    Demo in StoreNo
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    ManufacturerCrane Song
    Short DescriptionFLAMINGO, is a high quality 2 channel discrete class A microphone pre-amp. It can be operated as a musically transparent pre-amplifier, but is capable of emulating vintage sounds as well as creating distinctive new ones.
    Valve / Solid StateSolid State
    Channel CountDual Channel
    DI InputNo
    Side Chain InputNo
    ChassisRackmount
    Phantom PowerYes
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