The Drawmer 1970 is a dual FET compressor and mic preamp inspired by the famous tube-based 1960 with an expanded feature set.
The Drawmer 1970 includes a similar layout to its ancestor with identical feature sets but features many improvements including a more accurate EQ and cleaner mic preamps. The preamps feature the latest THAT Corporation technology to ensure a pristine, transparent and precise recording. Each preamp provides up to 66dB of gain and includes a switchable mic impedance for impedance microphone matching and polarity reversal switch.
A DI input is also provided on the front panel with Bass and Treble EQ for further tone shaping. While line inputs and insert points make it possible to use the Drawmer 1970 on the mix bus.
Drawmer 1970 Main Features:
|Short Description||Dual FET compressor and mic preamp inspired by the famous tube-based 1960 with an expanded feature set.|
|Demo in Store||No|
|Valve / Solid State||Solid State|
|Channel Count||Dual Channel|
|Side Chain Input||Yes|
|High Pass Filter||Yes|
|Includes EQ||On Aux Input|