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Raven Labs PHA-1

Discussion in '[OLD FORUM] Bass Guitars, Amps, and Accessories: F' started by Bassroy, Mar 13, 2004.


  1. Bassroy

    Bassroy

    Jan 2, 2004
    Round Rock, TX
    SOLD SOLD SOLD

    Raven Labs PHA-1 for sale, only $180.00. Price includes AC adapter, PHA-1 headphones by Yamaha and shipping to lower 48 states.

    This unit is like new. It has never been used outside of my home studio. No scratches. Save yourself $50-$75 and buy mine.

    Info from Ravens Lab website:
    The PHA-1 is a professional unit that can be used as a headphone practice amp, versatile preamp, or to create your own mix in the studio. The PHA-1 will allow up to two players to plug in and practice together while monitoring their sound via the dual stereo headphone jacks.

    Using the patch chord provided, a stereo source (such as a portable CD player or cassette) can be blended into the overall sound. The left and right mix volumes adjust the levels of the external source, providing the ultimate environment for silent rehearsing, solo or with a fellow musician. Make sure you are in key by hooking up a tuner to the Auxiliary send. The sound of your instrument can be tailored using the 3 band EQ.

    Immediately noticable will be the sound quality, dynamic range and lack of annoying hiss. The PHA-1 will faithfully reproduce anything from a 5 string bass to the variety of sounds from a synthesizer.

    Are you done practicing and ready for the gig? The PHA-1 makes the ideal buffer between your instrument and amp. The high input impedance assures that ALL of you instruments tonal characteristics reach your audience. As well, the PHA-1 will provide additional gain and tone adjustments. The Auxiliary send and Stereo mix inputs can now act as a side chain effects loop. Being on a "side chain" insures the integrity of the natural sound of your instrument, while lowering the overall noise created by your effects unit. Use the Line Out to send the signal to your amplifier.
     
  2. leishan

    leishan

    Aug 11, 2002
    Medina, TN
    Check your PM's