Purchase a New 6176 Vintage Channel Strip, Get £125 Back!
Customers in the UK/Ireland who purchase a new Universal Audio 6176 channel strip from an authorised dealer, will receive a cheque from UA, for £125! All the customer has to do is download the attached PDF rebate form from and post it to them with a copy of their sales invoice – and they’ll do the rest!
There are lots of “modern-retro” channel strips out there, but only one that can be considered a true classic — with tube, hand-wired circuitry used to record everyone from Frank Sinatra and Van Halen to Norah Jones and Coldplay.
The multiple award-winning Universal Audio 6176 Vintage Channel Strip combines the warm, all-tube microphone preamp from UA’s 2-610, with the signature FET compression of our 1176LN, to create our flagship “modern classic” channel strip.
Now, between October 1st and December 31st, when you purchase a new Universal Audio 6176, and Universal Audio will sweeten the deal by sending you a cheque for £125! Whether you view this as getting a boutique, hand-wired channel strip, or as putting the sound of 40 years of classic records into your studio, one thing is certain: you’ll get a great deal on the 6176.
Simply purchase a new 6176 Vintage Channel Strip from Dolphin Music by December 31st 2009, then download and fill-out the Online Coupon. Next, mail it to UA along with a copy of your receipt, and they’ll send you a cheque for £125. Great, eh?
"Chris [Martin of Coldplay’s] vocals always go through a 6176." – Rik Simpson, Producer, (Coldplay)
“I bought two of the 6176s because we just loved the sound of them." – Gary Paczosa , Engineer, (Allison Krauss)
"I love that thing [the 6176]. Everything that I record goes through that." – James Mercer, Vocalist/Guitarist, (The Shins)
"The real strength of the 6176 is simply that it delivers that sound we all know from a lifetime of listening to records.” – Dave Martin, Reviewer, (Audio Media)
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