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Radial Engineering PS-4 Cherry Picker Passive Microphone Preamp Selector
The newly introduced PS-4 Cherry Picker passive microphone preamp selector from Radial Engineering was honored AES 2012, winning several awards.

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Radial Engineering's new PS-4 Cherry Picker passive microphone preamp selector carries an MSRP of $400 and the company says it will start shipping sometime this November.
November 09, 2012 By CI Staff

Radial Engineering is one of the most respected audio manufacturers in the entire commercial audio world.

The Skinny: At the recently completed Audio Engineering Society (AES) show the company showed the professional audio community its new PS-4 Cherry Picker passive microphone preamp selector which it says will help audio professionals choose microphones and preamps while in the field.

The Specs: The PS-4 passive microphone preamp selector will be available this November and Radial says the device lets users compare up to four preamps to ensure the best possible sound quality. The PS-4 Cherry Picker passive microphone preamp selector also includes other functions such as phantom power, as well as a ground lift on each channel to eliminate hum and buzz. Radial also points out that it manufactures the product with straight wire connectivity to ensure its long-term reliability and performance.

Solutions The PS-4 Cherry Picker passive microphone preamp selector is suitable for recording studio applications. 

 

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