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October 29, 2004
Universal Audio announced the 8110 and 4110 Precision multi-channel microphone preamplifiers. Both units feature a brand new Class A, all discrete design with dual-stage level controls and unique 3-way "Shape" switching on every channel for a wide and versatile tone palette. The 8110 (an 8 channel unit) and the 4110 (a 4 channel unit with DI) will list for $5295 and $3195 respectively.
"UA is well known for classics and vintage recreations, but the 8110 and 4110 are brand new designs, developed and road-tested in the studio just like the historical UA solid-state 1108 and 1109 units," said Joe Bryan, VP of Engineering for Universal Audio. " The precision "110" series was designed to stand alone with its unique sonic character and tonal flexibility to go from ultra-clean and transparent, to warm and "crunchy" via our front-panel switchable transformer loading or "Shape" control."
The shape switching modes are:
Key features include:
For more information, visit their web site at www.uaudio.com