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Mercury MSC-72

Mercury MSC-72

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Mercury MSC-72

The M72s is based on the most sought after vintage "V series" module, the ‘Telefunken/Siemens V72s,’ which is most famous for being used in REDD.37 consoles used on the early Beatles recordings by George Martin at Abbey Road Studios in London, England.

Unlike those vintage modules that had a fixed 34dB gain, The gain of the Mercury M72s is variable from 28dB to 58dB, in 3dB increments. Also, there is an option of a selectable Input Pad of -16dB or -28dB for even more control. When the -28dB pad is engaged and it is set at the lowest gain setting (28dB) you can run line level signal through the M72s to add warmth and tonality to any tracks, mixes, keyboards, drum machines, samples etc... There are also all the modern features we expect on a new piece of equipment: Phantom Power (on/off) , Phase (Polarity) Reversal, and our amazing sounding F.D.I. (FET Direct Input) Circuit.

The Mercury M72s has the rich lows and punchy mids giving you a instant vocal tone, or assisting with a realistic acoustic guitar tone, punch to bass guitar. The same reaction to instruments or source as the vintage module but with slightly more open high end and openness. The Mercury M72s Studio Microphone Amplifier has that "vintage" tone and "break up" like the original circuit but it is a bit more musical over all (not cleaner, more musical, there is a huge difference).
Short Description M72s Studio Microphone Amplifier with EQ-H1 Studio Program Equalizer.
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