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Universal Audio Announces 4-710D Four Channel 710 Mic Pre

The 4-710D offers four channels of “Twin-finity” mic preamps with true-bypass 1176-style compression.

Universal Audio announced a new addition to its line of analog recording hardware: the 4-710D Four-Channel “Twinfinity”Mic Preamp & DI with Dynamics.

The newest member of UA’s analog product lineup, the 4-710D combines UA design with modern technology.

At the core of the 4-710D are four channels of “Twin-finity” mic preamps with true-bypass 1176-style compression. Based on the original award-winning 710 Twin-Finity preamp each of the four mic preamp channels allows for continuously variable tone between 100% tube and 100% solid-state.

Other notable 4-710D features include 1176-style compression/soft-limiting circuit per mic channel, eight channels of high-quality 24-Bit, 192kHz A/D conversion, and digital output via dual ADAT optical or AES/EBU DB-25

“While UA enjoys a reputation for classic hand-built analog equipment, we’re not content to live in the past,” commented Universal Audio President Matt Ward. “The 4-710D is another example of us pushing forward, giving customers modern conveniences like high-quality digital outputs, and the ability to blend between tube and solid state tones — a feature not available anywhere else.”

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