The 676 offers a pristine high-voltage, Class-A tube preamp section that runs on 250 volts, so your signal can be as crystal clean or dirty as you need it to be.
The 676 also incorporates the compressor/limiter design from the highly-sought after dbx162SL, as well as a 3-band parametric EQ with sweepable mids.
The 676 provides audio professionals with the perfect channel strip for recording and live applications alike with its military-grade build, vintage-inspired controls and VU metering.
Mic Preamp Connector: Female XLR Pin 2 Hot; Electronically balanced/unbalanced
Mic Preamp Input Impedance: 1.9 k
CMRR: >85 dB from 20 Hz to 3 kHz, >70 dB from 3 kHz to 20 kHz
Instrument Input Connector: Tip-Sleeve ¼" Jack
Input Type: (instrument) Unbalanced
Instrument Input Impedance: 500 k
Max Input: (instrument) +21dBu unbalanced
Connector: Tip-Ring-Sleeve ¼", RF filteredType: Unbalanced, Tip = send, Ring = return
Line Outputs (Preamp & Compressor/Limiter)
Connector: Male XLR and Tip-Ring-Sleeve ¼" (Pin 2 and Tip hot)Type: Servo-balanced/unbalancedImpedance: Balanced 30 , unbalanced 15Maximum Output Level: > +21 dBm (into a 600 ohm load)
Compressor Sidechain Insert
Connector: Tip-Ring-Sleeve ¼", RF filteredType: Unbalanced, Ring = output, Tip = inputImpedance: 1 k (output), 50 k (input)
Type: 12AU7A / ECC82Grid Power Supply: +250V DCHeater Power Supply: +12V DC
Mic Input: 20 Hz to 50 kHz, +0/-1dB, 40 dB gainFrequency Response (Instrument Input): 30 Hz to 70 kHz, +0/-1dB, unity gain
THD + Noise
Mic In to Line Out: 0.25% typical at 0 dBu out, 1 kHz, 40 dB gainInstrument In to Line Out: 0.2% typical at 0 dBu out, 1kHz, unity gain
Equivalent Noise Level: Typically > -123 dBu with a 150 source load, 22 Hz to 22 kHz
Mic Insert to Comp Output: