Joemeek ThreeQ Studio Channel

Sku #187021000000000

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A complete pro sound channel in one compact box.

The Joemeek ThreeQ Studio Channel takes a microphone or instrument and amplifies, compresses, and equalizes it, making it ready to be recorded. Simple to use yet extremely powerful, the ThreeQ will bring out the best in any mic or instrument and give the gloss of a professional studio production to all your performances. It will be useful for live work as well as for recording.

  • Compact half-rack design
  • Ultra-clean microphone preamp with Burr-Brown IC
  • Front-panel instrument input for DI and preamp use
  • Highly musical 3-band EQ with Swept Mid bands
  • Full-featured optical compressor, from "silk" to "in your face!"
  • Accurate VU metering
  • 24-bit/96kHz sampling, optical, and S/PDIF outputs
  • Word Clock in
  • Balanced and unbalanced I/O

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ThreeQ Studio Channel Specifications:

  • Input impedances: Mic: 1.2kohm; Line: 20kohm
    Preamp overall gain: 0dB to 60dB
    Common mode rejection: 70dB
    Equivalent input noise: -128.5dBu (unweighted)
    Distortion: 0.001% (below Compressor threshold)
    Frequency response: 10Hz to 70kHz (-3dB)
    Maximum input before clipping: Mic: +19.5dBu; Line: +44.5dBu
    Headroom before clipping: +19.5dBu
    Compressor threshold: -6dBu to +20dBu (variable)
    Compressor ratio: 5:1 (typical)
    Compressor attack time: 1 msec to 100 msec (adaptive)
    Compressor release time: 0.1 sec to 3 sec (adaptive)
    Nominal output levels: +4dBu/-10dBv
    Output impedance: 75ohm
    Output Level switch: 12dB attenuation
    Noise Floor: -85dBu (typical, with 40dB mic gain)
    VU Meter: 8 segment bargraph
    Power supply: 12V ac mains adaptor
    Power consumption: 12W
    Mechanical: 220W x 44H x 180D (overall)
    Weight: 1 kilo
    EQ Boost and Cut: +/-15dB (zero phase-shift bell response)
    LF Frequency : 80Hz fixed
    MID Frequency : 300Hz to 5kHz variable
    HF Frequency : 12kHz fixed
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