500 Series Modular MIDAS Mic Pre Ships

Microphone Preamplifier 502 is now available      26/05/17

500 Series Modular MIDAS Mic Pre Ships


MIDAS Microphone Preamplifier 502, a 500 Series Modular MIDAS Microphone Preamplifier with Classic XL4 Filters, is now available.

Features:

  • High performance, compact 500 Series premium MIDAS microphone/line preamplifier
  • Award-winning MIDAS amp has been enhanced with quad discrete ultra low noise input transistors
  • Legendary MIDAS input allows up to +24 dBu signal levels with no pad while featuring the much loved soft clipping characteristic
  • Classic MIDAS XL4 swept low and high pass filters with independent selection switches
  • Switchable electronic or discrete transistor driven transformer balanced output for sonic flexibility
  • Unique twin precision 11 segment LED circular input and output level metering
  • High accuracy rotary switch gain control with 60 dB range in 5 dB steps
  • Output gain trim with ±20 dB range controls input and output stage colouration
  • Total gain range is an amazing -20 dB to +80 dB easily accommodating low output mics
  • Large gain trim knobs provide precise control of input and output gains
  • Illuminated switches for filters, +48V, polarity reverse and electronic/transformer output select
  • Power up mute relays prevent switch on thumps
  • Premium quality components throughout for a crystal-clear audiophile signal path
  • 3-Year Warranty Program*
  • Designed and engineered in the U.K.


Pricing and Availability:
$799 USD

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