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List Price: $125.00
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Product Code: 1001

 

A Designs ATTY Stereo Passive Line Attenuator

A Designs ATTY Stereo Passive Line Attenuator designed as a low-cost, no-noise, compact device for controling audio levels.

A Designs ATTY Stereo Passive Line Details

The ATTY is a low-cost, no-noise, compact device designed for audio level control. The ATTY can be connected to any audio system requiring output gain control. This gives you additional control over your sound environment. Easy to use...interfaces seamlessly. It is a convenient solution for controlling audio from a variety of sources. So simple that you'll scratch your head and wonder why someone never designed this before!

A Designs ATTY Stereo Passive Line Applications

  • Line Level Control for the guitar, bass or keyboard amp extension speaker without clipping the A/D (audio-to-digital-converter).
  • Line Level Control for the Mic-pre to the A/D.
  • Line Level Control for the power amp to any speaker in a series.
  • Use multiple units for independent stereo control over Powered Monitors

A Designs ATTY Stereo Passive Line Features

  • Passive Line Attenuator
  • 2 X Combo Neutrik Inputs
  • 2 X Balanced XLR Outputs
  • Mute Panic Button
  • Volume Pot

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ATTY Review July 22, 2009
Reviewer: Darrell Rubio from Toronto, ON Canada  
The A Designs ATTY Stereo Passive Line Attenuator has been an indispensible part of my digital recording chain.  A major problem with recording digitally is avoiding the harsh digital distortion that your audio to digital converter can add to the signal as a result of the audio coming in too hot and clipping the converters.  Normally to avoid this one would have to turn down the gain of their preamps,  resulting in a less than ideal signal to noise ratio.  With the ATTY, one can crank their preamps to optimal levels and avoid clipping their digital converters without changing the tone and character of the audio.  For under a hundred dollars, you can have a device that optimizes the performance of both your mic preamps and your digital converters.  For a small investment you can greatly improve the quality of your recording chain.  For the price, their is no reason not to have one or two of these great devices around your studio.  Do yourself a favor and pick one of these up right away.

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