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Vertigo Sound releases VSP-2

Vertigo Sound’s VSP-2 dual channel microphone preamp delivers a big sound full of character.

The German manufacturer has developed a brand new twin op-amp circuit named OPA 1976, which is combined with Jensens JT-16 transformers. This combination allows the OPA 1976 to be driven quite hard, producing a warm and open sound.

Delivering up to 72dB of gain, the Vertigo Sound VSP-2 offers a great deal of control with a 10 position Grayhill rotary switch Gain control working in 6dB increments and a finer Gain Trim ranging from 0- to 6dB. DI Inputs are also included with their inputs connecting directly into the twin op-amps bypassing the transformer for true DI operation.

Additional features include a 12dB/oct hi-pass filter with 80Hz or 120Hz selectable frequencies, 48V phantom power, 20dB Pad, and polarity reversal switch all selected via high quality toggle switches.

The Vertigo Sound VSP-2 is equally at ease on vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, bass, and drums, adding weight, warmth and openness.


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