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Do we have a 'QES LAB - SMP-2' library ?

Postby RJHollins » Sat Dec 01, 2012 1:31 am

Hi GANG,

Curious. Been reading some reviews and various comparison files, where the QES SMP-2 had consistent positive response. In particular for solo instruments [piano, acc guit] and orchestral work.

It is a 'stereo tube microphone-line preamplifier, all valve-based equipment entirely hand-crafted.'

From the web site:
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It is hard to explain how this stereo tube microphone-line preamplifier “does not” sound, since is less prone to classic tube colouration.
Optimized towards capturing the subtlest detail of music and ambience, with it's entirely balanced circuitry, the SMP-2 is able to deliver extremely wide dynamic range in your stereo works, intended for demanding acoustic recordings.
Due to our “high linearity” design philosophy, the absence of the Lo-Cut facility allows the highest phase linearity throughout the entire audio band, especially at the very lowest frequencies, and thanks to it's full symmetric balanced topology (the two rails work together in reversed phase in a Push-Pull configuration), the circuit is able to cancel out distortion and non linearity, also significantly extending the amplifier headroom, a very important feature when handling high dynamic material such as vocals.



Was wondering if this unit has been 'Nebula-tized'.

Thanks
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Re: Do we have a 'QES LAB - SMP-2' library ?

Postby Definity » Sat Dec 01, 2012 1:57 pm

It already sounds like a nebula libary
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