- December 2, 2009 at 3:12 pm #15210emiParticipant
I have just bought a joemeek VC1Qcs that works very well, the sound is excellent.
I have a little list of questions.
1- Given that VC1Qcs doesn’t have pad how can I soften the mic’s input?
2- Why even thought at lowest level the gain reaches the clip? It specially happens with the snare and the kick drum.
3- I would like to buy a TF pro P2 and it looks as designed by you. What are the main differences between the VC1Qcs and the TF pro P2.
Many thanksDecember 2, 2009 at 3:41 pm #15601Ted FletcherKeymaster
Using the VC1QCS, the only way to achieve a pad is to use one of those ‘in-line’ pads made by Shure; they look like an enlarged XLR connector. I suggest a 20dB pad.
The TFPRO P2 is a later design with a better mic amp than the old VC1Q, but the best answer would be a P110! This has a much wider range mic input and a superior compressor.
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