There are engineers and musicians who prefer the sweet sound and warmth of tube preamps and then there are those who love the accuracy and brightness of a solid state. In this review, we will be reviewing the fascinating and brilliant hybrid preamp: the 710-twin finity by Universal Audio.
This half rack preamp can achieve and satisfy engineers and musicians to reach 100% solid state or tube or even a little bit of both or if anything 25% of either or. You get the idea. To achieve a bit of both is a novel idea. The blending knob located in the center of the chassis achieves all that. It can be mounted or you can have the option to mount two of them together on conventional rack units. It does only come with one channel pre but for the price, you can’t go wrong with it. Since you’re getting both solid state and tube, it’s a good way to save money. Instead of buying a 2,000-dollar preamp, you can get the 710 Twin Finity each for $799.99. It’s absolutely ideal in any professional recording studio and home studio. I personally own one of these units and it’s phenomenal. It’s definitely been great to me and it’s works well to record anything basically.
I’ve recorded vocals, guitars, and bass with this preamp and musicians basically have their options open with it. Some guitar players have a preference of recording solid state and personally I love recording tube all the way. In the end, it’s all about taste. I personally got this preamp because I’ve heard some many great things about it and more importantly, it’s great for the price. If you’re looking to invest in a great preamp, buy the 710 twin finity from Universal Audio.
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