Hotone Audio Releases the A Station and B Station Preamps

April 19, 2017
A Station

The A Station pedal is a powerful acoustic preamp with D.I. and microphone preamp. If it's acoustic you
play (guitar, violin, mandolin, etc.), A Station will make it sound great.
The mic preamp makes this perfect for songwriters and worship leaders. It is a must have for venues where
performers are playing through the house.

Features:

✪ Compact size, rock solid aluminum casing
✪ Powerful 3-band EQ for enhancing and shaping your instrument tone
✪ Notch filter with frequency control for eliminating unwanted feedback
✪ Pristine DI output for feeding the signal directly to the mixer or for recording
✪ 1/4” parallel output for connecting acoustic amps or other gear
✪ High quality microphone preamp with phantom power
✪ Switchable FX Loop for extended instrument and vocal dimension
✪ Mute function for silent tuning and safe connection
✪ Boost function for stand out solos or boosting weak instrument signals
✪ 9V DC or 9V battery power supply 
 
 
 
B Station
 
The B Station is designed with all the features needed for the studio and stage and includes D.I. with a wide total range. The product is a compact workhorse that serves as a powerful center of a bass rig. 
 
Features:

-Compact size, rock solid aluminum casing
-Powerful 3-band EQ with pre/post selection for enhancing and shaping your bass tone
-DRIVE channel with a wide tonal range from slight overdrive to mass distortion
-Carefully designed, set-to-forget optical compressor onboard
-BLEND knob for combining driven signal and direct signal
-Pristine DI output for feeding the signal directly to the mixer or for recording
-FX Loop for extended bass effects
-Different outputs (XLR out, 1/4” output, 1/4” parallel output) to run through bass amps, audio interfaces, mixers, and other gear
-PHONES jack for silent practice
-Ground lift function for eliminating ground-related noise
-9V DC or 9V battery power supply 
 
 
 
For more visit: Hotone Audio 
 
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