FS: 1970's Auditronics 110B racked pair channel strips

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FS: 1970's Auditronics 110B racked pair channel strips

Post by mindbreathe » Wed Sep 13, 2017 1:05 am

Behold! This is a racked pair of 1970's era Auditronics 110B channel strips featuring mic pre (with 65dB gain and 48v) and EQ on each channel. These channels are LEGENDARY! The mic pres sound absolutely electric! They are the best preamps I have ever used on electric guitar (or any sound coming out of a speaker including synths), and they make ribbon mics come to life in a way that has to be heard to be believed. With 65dB of gain, this unit has enough gain for any application. I would LOVE to keep this thing, but I have transitioned my business to being video production focused, and I am raising money for a high end video camera.

Unit is 3RU high. I/O on this unit is standard XLR, and power connection is standard IEC cable.

This unit has just (like last week) been fully checked out by my wonderful repair tech (SVT Audio in the Bay Area), and he has given this unit a 100% clean bill of health, so buy with confidence!

Feel free to ask me any questions you may have.

Unit is located in Oakland, CA.

$1110 obo.

Best,
Nicholas
cl@post-consumer.com

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Re: FS: 1970's Auditronics 110B racked pair channel strips

Post by mindbreathe » Wed Sep 20, 2017 4:42 pm

Price reduced! $1100!

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Re: FS: 1970's Auditronics 110B racked pair channel strips

Post by mindbreathe » Wed Oct 04, 2017 9:39 pm

Bump.

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