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  • #16142
    Sebastian Pracher
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      Hey every one!

      I have the problem that´s not allowed anymore to import the UA1176 to Europe any more. So there a huge amount of clones on the market (as we all know). But has anyone ever heared about the Klark Teknik 1176?
      all the best sebastian

      #16146
      Warren Huart
      Keymaster

        Wow, you can't get 1176's? Klark Teknik have always made amazing equipment and ultimately the 1176 is not made of particularly expensive components. I have used that 1176 but my guess is it sounds great and is wonderful value for money! Have a marvellous time recording and mixing, many thanks Warren

        • This reply was modified 7 years ago by Warren Huart.
        #16151
        Sebastian Pracher
        Participant

          Hi Warren, yes it´s not allowed to import them to European Union on the official way any more because they don´t have an "CE" sign. Maybe because of using lead for soldering or a main issue in the power supply...
          I hope that i have the chance to get a used one from the states or maybe from UK... There is not al lot around on the market...
          all the very best
          sebastian

          • This reply was modified 7 years ago by Sebastian Pracher.
          • This reply was modified 7 years ago by Sebastian Pracher.
          #16198
          Warren Huart
          Keymaster

            Wow that's huge! Is that a recent development? Thanks for the info Sebastian! Have a marvellous time recording and mixing, many thanks Warren

            #16205
            Sebastian Pracher
            Participant

              I was very suprised about this so this can´t be very long time that they stopped importing it. The main problem for me is: if I order one in the US so they stop the 1176 maybe on the Austrian custom (is this written correctly?) and the second issue is: 110V/60Hz to the Austrian 220V/50Hz... mhm.. so my christmas present to myself will be some other interresting gear... 🙂

              all the very best
              sebastian

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