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Avenson Audio http://avensonaudio.com Manufacturer of Fine Audio Tools Fri, 26 Jun 2015 03:50:15 +0000 en-US hourly 1 StickTricks.de review http://avensonaudio.com/492/sticktricks-de-review/ http://avensonaudio.com/492/sticktricks-de-review/#comments Sun, 05 Oct 2014 17:34:08 +0000 http://avensonaudio.com/?p=492 Check out the review of the STO-2s by the german blog StickTricks.de:
http://www.sticktricks.de/avenson-audio-sto-2-alternative-zum-neumann-km-184/

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IsoDI hit by MiniVan! http://avensonaudio.com/411/isodi-hit-by-minivan/ http://avensonaudio.com/411/isodi-hit-by-minivan/#comments Tue, 20 Sep 2011 22:43:52 +0000 http://avensonaudio.com/?p=411 IsoDI vs Minivan!

Thanks to the crew at Tape Op for making such a great video!

Be sure to check out Scott’s full companion review of the IsoDI in Tape Op issue 85!

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ZenPro Audio Clipalator http://avensonaudio.com/407/zenpro-clipalator/ http://avensonaudio.com/407/zenpro-clipalator/#comments Wed, 24 Aug 2011 23:59:25 +0000 http://avensonaudio.com/?p=407 If you want to listen to Avenson Audio gear, you can check out the ZenPro Clip-A-Lator

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Mid-Side and Blend are both Shipping! http://avensonaudio.com/364/mid-side-and-blend-are-both-shipping/ http://avensonaudio.com/364/mid-side-and-blend-are-both-shipping/#comments Mon, 09 May 2011 23:49:59 +0000 http://avensonaudio.com/?p=364 So after a much longer than expected delay on certain parts for the Mid-Side and Blend boxes, both units are in stock at Avenson Audio! Give us a call or talk to your favorite pro audio dealer and check them out.

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Is there a Warranty? http://avensonaudio.com/351/is-there-a-warranty/ http://avensonaudio.com/351/is-there-a-warranty/#comments Mon, 09 May 2011 01:35:16 +0000 http://avensonaudio.com/?p=351 We offer a one year warranty. If it breaks send it back and we will fix it or replace it. 

Some circumstances may not be covered like if you run it over with a bulldozer, although I would really love to see what it looked like after that! 

In fact even after the year is up, we will fix it at quite a discount rate. Maybe even free still. Why? For us to continue to improve our products, we need to see how they break. That is the same reason we don’t generally give out service info, because we want to see any product repairs that need to be done. This doesn’t mean that we are unwilling to give service info to reputable repair centers, but it does explain why it is not included with the products.

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Can I parallel the input of the Small DI? http://avensonaudio.com/349/parallel-the-input-small-di/ http://avensonaudio.com/349/parallel-the-input-small-di/#comments Mon, 09 May 2011 01:33:49 +0000 http://avensonaudio.com/?p=349 Sure. You will have to supply your own Y-cable. Now a small warning: Since the Small DI is not isolated by a transformer on the output there is a chance for ground loops.

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Why Doesn’t the Small DI have a ground lift switch? http://avensonaudio.com/346/why-no-ground-lift-switch-smalldi/ http://avensonaudio.com/346/why-no-ground-lift-switch-smalldi/#comments Mon, 09 May 2011 01:32:16 +0000 http://avensonaudio.com/?p=346 The Small DI was intended to have only the necessary features to function as and instrument input for a preamp. By removing the output transformer we were able to make the Small DI affordable, but still of the highest quality. Most instruments pickups are floating sources and do not require a ground lift.

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What is the relation to the Stapes mics? http://avensonaudio.com/344/what-is-the-relation-to-the-stapes-mics/ http://avensonaudio.com/344/what-is-the-relation-to-the-stapes-mics/#comments Mon, 09 May 2011 01:31:05 +0000 http://avensonaudio.com/?p=344 The mics that are sometimes know on the net as the Stapes omnis, or Stapes mics were designed by Brad Avenson. Then Erik Wofford (check out his studio) and Brad Avenson refined the design and began to sell them. Further development of the microphone resulted in the Avenson Audio STO-2’s that are available today.

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Can you really use an omni for live sound? http://avensonaudio.com/342/can-you-really-use-an-omni-for-live-sound/ http://avensonaudio.com/342/can-you-really-use-an-omni-for-live-sound/#comments Mon, 09 May 2011 01:22:34 +0000 http://avensonaudio.com/?p=342 Absolutely! People worry that feedback will be an issue with an omni-directional microphone, but because omni don’t have a proximity effect you can place them very close to the source. The closer to the source, the more isolation you get from the ambient sound. I’ve heard reports of people touring with the STO-2 for hand-percussion. I’ve used them on guitar cabinets.

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Updated Website! http://avensonaudio.com/335/updated-website/ http://avensonaudio.com/335/updated-website/#comments Sat, 07 May 2011 23:38:23 +0000 http://avensonaudio.com/?p=335 Well it has been too long coming, but I’ve updated the website a bit so that I’ll be able to add to it more often and easier.

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