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Uher A-122

Stereo Mixer (1972)

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Uher A-122


The Uher Stereo Transistor Mixing Console has been arranged for mono and stereo operation and permits the mixing and fading of five mono or two stereo sound sources and one mono sound source.

A special control incorporated in the stereo base permits the latter to be regulated in respect of its direction for the purpose of obtaining movements effects.

All channels have been provided with two-stage transistor amplifiers, which has not only resulted in producing the facility for the direct connection of microphones to all inputs, but also based upon good amplification, excellent channel separation and superb dynamic features of the mixing console.

The built-in level tone generator not only facilitates the optimum adjustment of the level control, belonging to tape recorders connected to the instrument, but also supplies an indication concerning the condition of the battery supplying the power for the
mixing console; this is important, since the oscillations of the generator will cease below a certain minimum voltage.


instruction/owners manual   English - Roger B H

technical bulletin   English - Roger B H

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