Tree Audio The Roots Snr

£25,999.00 £21,665.83
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Cash Price £2500, Deposit £500, Loan amount £2000, 9.9% APR representative, Interest rate 9.9% p.a. fixed, 24 monthly repayments of £91.81, Total term of loan agreement 24 months, Total Amount payable £2703.44.
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Eight-channel valve mixer sidecar designed to expand the Roots console, with valve preamps, two-band EQ and opto-limiter.

The Tree Audio The Roots Snr is an eight-channel valve mixer sidecar designed to expand the Roots console, with valve preamps, two-band EQ and opto-limiter.


The Tree Audio The Roots Snr is like having eight Branch II channel strips with the same valve mic preamp with a three-position input impedance selection and four-position high-pass filter with a choice of three frequencies (80Hz, 125Hz and 250Hz). Two high-quality toggle switches provide Phantom Power and Padding (-10dB and -20dB).


A Two-band EQ with low- and high-frequency shelving provides simple tone-shaping capabilities and +/- 6dB of gain. Each band offers a choice of four frequencies with the LF covering 50Hz, 80Hz, 100Hz and 400Hz and the HF covering 7kHz, 10kHz, 12kHz and 16kHz. The HF frequencies have been carefully designed to provide presence without adding harshness.


Each channel also includes an optical limiter based on Inward Connections TSL-4 and features a simple gain reduction knob. It also includes a 250Hz side-chain high-pass filter to avoid excessive triggering of the limiter by low-frequencies. The limiter is activated via a simple three-way toggle switch giving you a choice of bypass, limiter and limiter with side-chain.


Tree Audio The Roots Snr Main Features:


  • All Valve Mixer side Car based on the highly popular 820
  • All-Valve Preamp, EQ et Limiter full tube on each channel
  • Additional Frequencies for additional EQ and Level controls
  • Built-in Limiter with 250Hz @ 6dB per octave hi-pass filter on every channel
  • balanced mic/line inputs / hi-Z input / line output on each channel
  • VU meter switchable showing line in / gain reduction / line out
  • Valve controlled Power Supply
  • HF Frequencies: 7, 10, 12 & 16 kHz
  • LF Frequencies 50, 80, 100 & 400 Hz
  • Gain Reduction control for the limiter
  • Limiter Switch (OUT, IN , HPF 250 Hz , 6dB / Oct)
  • Source selection: Line, Mic, Polarity reversed Mic Input
  • 3-way toggle Switch for Pad (OFF, -15 & -20dB)
  • Mute, ON , Solo for each channel
  • Big ELMA Level control knob
  • Hi-Z direct input
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    ManufacturerTree Audio
    Short DescriptionEight-channel valve mixer sidecar designed to expand the Roots console, with valve preamps, two-band EQ and opto-limiter.
    TalkbackNo
    AutomationNo
    RackmountableNo
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