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Studio preamp selector and switcherThe Cherry Picker™ is a 1-input, 4-output switcher that allows you to audition a single source through multiple devices in the studio, including mic preamps, compressors, and effects units.
Hear more options in less timeThe Cherry Picker gives you the ability to connect to multiple devices in the studio and instantly A/B between them without any time-consuming cable swapping or re-patching. Now you can test your vocal mic through four different preamps without even stopping playback. It also works with line level signals, so you can connect the output of a single mic preamp into four compressors or effects units. The Cherry Picker helps you make quick decisions with the confidence that comes from an immediate A/B comparison. When paired with the Radial Gold Digger™ you can choose between four sources and destinations and select any combination instantly, giving you the freedom to explore endless sonic possibilities.
Comparing preamps using one micConnect your favorite microphone and compare how it sounds using several preamps to find the best match to suit the vocalist. The Cherry Picker makes it easy and fast.
Comparing compressors when recording bassOptimize the sound of the bass by comparing compressors. Connect the bass to the JDV-pre instrument preamp and use the Cherry Picker to listen to various compressors.
Using the Cherry Picker to switch outputsThe 'straight wire' balanced signal path may be used for more than just microphones! You can use the Cherry Picker as a 1x4 switcher for line level devices of all types.
The Cherry Picker is a ‘straight wire’ switcher that lets you to compare up to four preamps using a single microphone. This balanced interface employs high performance gold contact sealed relays and is void of any buffering whatsoever. This results in distortion levels that are below measurement, zero phase shift at all audio frequencies and a linear performance that is equivalent to a solid piece of wire. The external power supply is used to control the relays, power the LEDs and generate 48V phantom power.