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PostPosted: Fri Jan 27, 2006 7:04 am    Post subject: Nonexisting Jensen transformers
Subject description: The Presonus M80
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http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Live/Sound/Signal/Processors?sku=184105


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Many online shops are still claiming this one has Jensen transformers.
An early version did AFAIK have transformers but this is approx 5-6 years back.

From the MusiciansFriend website:



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Designed to enhance the performance of any console or digital workstation.

The M80 provides eight very high-end mic preamps featuring Jensen transformers, FET, Class A discrete input buffers, twin servo gain stages, and no capacitors. Features that set it apart from other multichannel preamps include left/right mix bus assignment and panning for multiple microphone/instrument stereo imaging. It not only gives you eight discrete outputs, it also serves as an 8x2 mixer. Add warmth to any microphone using the FET IDSS adjustment for harmonic distortion that emulates tube coloration and tape saturation. An auxiliary input section allows daisy chaining several M80s together -- all sharing the last stereo output in the chain. Servo-balanced send and return jacks on each channel allow external balanced processing. Each channel has gain control, phase reversal, phantom power, a 20dB input pad, 80Hz rumble filter, and full output metering. Unit requires 2 rack spaces.


Cute, but there aren´t any..

The M80 still has transformers, but these aren´t made by Jensen.


Anyways, I just wanted you guys to know about this.
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