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TC Electronic M300 rack mount multi effects unit

Discussion in 'For Sale: Other Stuff (Not bass related)' started by basss, Jan 16, 2013.


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  1. basss

    basss Supporting Member

    Aug 27, 2001
    NYC
    SOLD

    I bought this new and used it once. It's been sitting in a rack in my closet ever since. Looks like new. It sounds fantastic I just don't use it. Sale includes manual and power cable.

    $115 shipped to the Con US
    paypal only



    A dual-engine monster jammed with cool, quality effects!

    The TC Electronic M300 Multi-Effects Processor uses dual-engine structure to run 2 different effects simultaneously. It provides 15 different reverbs and 15 other effects including delay, chorus, flanger, tremolo, dynamics, de-esser, compressor, and limiter. 355 presets include 256 factory and 99 user. 24-bit AD/DA converters and 24-bit memory structure result in highest-quality audio. It also incorporates an auto-switching internal power supply and auto-switching S/PDIF digital in and out. Single space rack unit.
    Features

    Dual-engine structure allows 2 different effects simultaneously
    Legendary TC reverbs (15 true stereo reverbs)
    15 other effects including delay (up to 5 seconds), chorus, flanger, tremolo, dynamics, de-esser, compressor, and limiter
    355 presets: 256 factory and 99 user
    Serial and dual mono routing
    Auto-switching S/PDIF digital in and out @ 44.1 and 48kHz
    High-quality 24-bit AD/DA converters
    24-bit memory structure
    Auto-switching internal power supply
     

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  2. basss

    basss Supporting Member

    Aug 27, 2001
    NYC
  3. RickenBoogie

    RickenBoogie

    Jul 22, 2007
    Dallas, TX
    Stereo IN and OUT? Interesting. Free bumpage for now. Thanks.
     



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