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Millennia Introduces HV-37 Microphone Preamp
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Millennia has introduced the HV-37 microphone preamp, based on the company’s HV-3 preamp circuit.

The new HV-37 incorporates a pair of 500 Series HV-35 preamp cards housed in a rugged 16 gauge steel, single rack-space package with an onboard universal power supply.

The panel front has an instrument input jack, DC coupled ribbon microphone switch with 10 dB gain boost setting, 80 Hz roll-off filter, 48 volt phantom switch, 15 dB pad, polarity flip, signal present and overload LEDs, and a continuously variable gain control.

The rear panel offers XLR mic inputs and XLR balanced line outputs, along with a standard IEC power connector. 

It can be powered directly by mains voltages between 100 and 240 volts.

The HV-37 will be available by the end of November 2012.



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