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Old August 12th 03, 07:47 PM
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Default FS: MXR NOISE GATE / LINE DRIVERS (2)

FS: MXR NOISE GATE / LINE DRIVERS (2)

Matched set of 2 classic MXR Noise Gate / Line Drivers from 1978.
These are the ones with the block lettering rather than the later script
lettering.

From the MXR Professional Products Group Brochu

Playing an amplified instrument inevitably means that your music will be
accompanied
by a certain amount of hum and noise, which is only amplified and augmented
by sound
modification devices and stage lighting systems. The MXR Noise Gate / Line
Driver
was developed to solve the problems of background noise and hum, and provide
a
convenient high impedance / low impedance interface for direct line taps.

The threshold control on the Noise Gate / Line Driver allows you to adjust
the level at which
the Noise Gate cuts off, removing unwanted noise between notes and at the
end of
performances. The Noise Gate function can be switched on and off, to allow
for special
effects.

The Line Driver function, however, is always active, providing an ideal
interface to any low
impedance microphone input (such as a studio or PA mixing console) from a
high
impedance source (such as an instrument pick-up) with no loss occurring in
the
transformation. A standard phone-jack and a 3-pin XLR connector are
provided, to allow
for maximum flexibility in the use of such direct taps whenever instrument
isolation is
desired.

The Noise Gate / Line Driver is the ideal companion for any amplified
instrument on the
road or in the studio, and is designed to withstand years of rugged use.

SPECIFICATIONS:
Variable Threshold - -70dBv to -20dBv
Input Impedance - 470K Ohms
Output Impedance - 100 Ohms
Maximum Signal Level - +5dBM

These MXR Noise Gate / Line Drivers are in very good condition, fully
functional,
and include a photocopy of the MXR Professional Products Group Brochure
(and the instruction card, if I can find it around here).

Pictures are available he
http://www.manualmanor.50megs.com/pi...NoiseGate1.jpg
http://www.manualmanor.50megs.com/pi...NoiseGate2.jpg
http://www.manualmanor.50megs.com/pi...NoiseGate3.jpg
http://www.manualmanor.50megs.com/pi...NoiseGate4.jpg
http://www.manualmanor.50megs.com/pi...NoiseGate5.jpg
http://www.manualmanor.50megs.com/pi...NoiseGate6.jpg
http://www.manualmanor.50megs.com/pi...NoiseGate7.jpg
http://www.manualmanor.50megs.com/pi...NoiseGate8.jpg

$175 for the pair + $8 priority mail postage within the US.

Many references available, eBay rating of +1049.




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