Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada (October 1, 2020)—Radial Engineering has shipped its new PZ-Pro, the latest in its Acoustic Series line of instrument preamps.
The unit is a two-channel instrument preamp, DI and switcher that provides control over tone, EQ settings and effects. Each channel features a separate equalizer strip, with a filter section to reduce feedback on stage.
The second channel also features a microphone input to allow dynamic or condenser microphones to be used, including clip-on instrument mics. Three footswitches provide the ability to toggle between each input channel, activate a built-in booster and an effects loop, or mute the signal for silent tuning.
Radial’s Acoustic Series line includes a range of preamps for acoustic instrumentalists, including the AC-Driver, PZ-Deluxe, PZ-Pre, and now, the PZ-Pro 2-Channel Acoustic Preamp.
“The new PZ-Pro further expands our Acoustic Series line of preamps, bringing increased tone-shaping and performance capabilities for a wide range of acoustic instrumentalists,” said Jay Porter, product manager for Radial Engineering. “With the ability to have two discrete tonal settings and characteristics, the PZ-Pro allows players to focus more on their performance and less on adjusting knobs and tones during a show.”
The PZ-Pro lists for $499.99.
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