SPL has released the Crescendo duo, extending the company’s 120V technology microphone preamplifier portfolio with a two-channel version of the earlier Crescendo.

Crescendo duo has the same sonic and technical features as the flagship Crescendo 8-channel mic preamp. Besides the switchable +48V phantom power for condenser microphones, Crescendo duo offers a high-pass filter to eliminate low-frequency noise, the ability to reverse the polarity of the signal and a PAD to lower the input level.

SPL Crescendo duoTwo large vu meters indicate the output level of the amplified signal. The ability to reduce level shown on the meter by 10dB makes it easy to display the dynamics of high levels. A highlight of the Crescendo duo is the individual control of Mic Gain and Output Gain. The output signal can be accessed at the rear via two parallel XLR outputs per channel.

‘Crescendo duo is the ideal front-end for studios and production spaces that only require a few, but high-quality, microphone preamps to get the most out of their microphones and recordings using SPL 120V high dynamic linear technology,’ says SPL Chief Developer, Wolfgang Neumann.

The SPL Crescendo duo is set to be available from April 2020, with a retail price of US$2499.

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More: https://spl.audio/crescendo-duo

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