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PreSonus Introduces BlueTube DP Preamp

The BlueTube DP will replace the BlueTube by adding enhanced features including a dual signal path with both a solid state preamplifier stage and a tube preamplifier stage. This feature allows the user to switch between an ultra quiet transparent solid state preamp and a smooth, round, warm tube preamp...

October 30, 2004

At AES, PreSonus is demonstrating the new BlueTube DP two channel microphone/ instrument preamplifier with Dual Path Technology.

The BlueTube DP will replace the BlueTube by adding enhanced features including a dual signal path with both a solid state preamplifier stage and a tube preamplifier stage. This feature allows the user to switch between an ultra quiet transparent solid state preamp and a smooth, round, warm tube preamp. The new BlueTube DP also boasts a -6dB better signal to noise ratio and higher input headroom than its predecessor. Each channel on the BlueTube DP features dual mic/input connectors, balanced XLR and 1/4" TRS outputs, 48V phantom power, -20dB pad,polarity inverse, and 80Hz roll-off filter.

For more information, visit their web site at www.presonus.com

By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004