If you're looking at this, you already know that this is the hand-made undisputed analogue queen of the studio. Here's what Universal Audio says about their classic twin product. The 6176 Vintage Channel Strip combines the alluring, all-tube sounds of the legendary Bill Putnam-designed 610 microphone preamp, with the signature FET compression of our 1176LN, to create the ultimate recording channel strip. The warm, smooth tones of this mic preamp design employed to record everyone from Frank Sinatra to Van Halen and the unique characteristics of the compressor, are two major reasons why the 6176 is found in studios around the world. Record through the all-tube mic preamp derived from legendary Bill Putnam-designed 610 modular console.
Use the "Split" or "Join" switch for separate or series operation of the preamp and compressor. Compress signals with the 1176LN Class A FET compressor section heard on countless hit records for more than 40 years. Thanks to its straightforward controls and hallmark sound, the 6176 is the signal path of choice for engineering heavyweights like Vance Powell and Joe Chiccarelli, plus artists including Chris Martin of Coldplay, Norah Jones, Wyclef Jean, and James Mercer of The Shins.The ability to Split or Join the preamp and the compressor sections via a simple switch gives the 6176 added flexibility. This is truly UAs premier channel strip, and among the worlds finest. This unit was manufactured in October 2010 and appears to have the easiest eight years. No scratches, rack-rash, dings or indeed any signs of wear. The item "Universal Audio 6176 Channel Strip tube pre-amp and 1176LN compressor" is in sale since Monday, July 30, 2018. This item is in the category "Musical Instruments\Pro Audio Equipment\Preamps".
The seller is "rusticcustard" and is located in Edinburgh. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Australia, United States, New Zealand, Norway, Mexico, Switzerland.