Thermionic Early Bird 2 Tube-Based Mic Pre

Hannigan, Joe
February 2006
Mix;Feb2006, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p106
The article features Thermionic Culture's Early Bird 2 from noted designer Vic Keary. The product has a thoroughly clean, natural-sounding outboard pre-amplifier/equalizer with specs more than suitable for digital recording. It has a unique push-pull all-tube circuitry that makes no compromises on sound quality.


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