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Grace Design Model 101 Microphone Preamplifier
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The Grace Design Model 101 microphone preamp boasts a sleek and sexy look on the outside and immaculate design and features on the inside. Sporting o...Read More
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Makes everything you record sound amazing.
The Grace Design Model 101 microphone preamp boasts a sleek and sexy look on the outside and immaculate design and features on the inside. Sporting one channel of balanced, transformerless mic preamplification with an optimized instrument input, 48V phantom power, and a 75Hz 12dB/octave high-pass filter, you know you can record with confidence. Rugged and roadworthy. Rackmountable in 1/2 space (horizontal).
- Fully balanced transformerless mic input and high impedance instrument input
- Balanced XLR and 1/4" TRS outputs
- Ultra-clean 48V phantom power
- Precision 11-position rotary gain switch with silver contacts
- High-quality conductive plastic 10dB output attenuator
- 75Hz, 12dB/octave transitional Thompson-Butterworth high-pass filter
- 2-color LED peak meter shows signal present and peak conditions
- No electrolytic capacitors in the signal path
- Minimal internal signal wiring
- Ultrahigh-resolution trans-impedance gain stage
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Model 101 Microphone Preamplifier
- Rack height: 1U
Low-cut filter: 75Hz
Frequency response: 4.5Hz-400kHz
EQ Bands: None
Built-in dynamics: No
Analog outputs: XLR/TRS
Analog inputs: XLR/TS
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Put this side by side with my older chrome 101. The new model has more gain and a protection switch for ribbon mics. No wall wart. A real power cord. A nice upgrade in features from the old model without any radical changes. Easier to read the lettering with the white letters on black. The old 101 is great. This one is greater!
I've been recording for a number of years, and I've learned that making every penny count is rule #1, unless, of course, you're independently wealthy. If so, read no further. This doesn't pertain to you...For the rest of you, I recently wanted to supplement my Brent Avrill Neve-based Mic Pre with something a little more compact, a little cheaper, but just as good or better performance-wise. My plan was to buy a great little DAW, and have a compact mic pre to optimize analog signals prior to conversion to digital multitracks. Mostly this means Acoustic and voice, with the option to branch out comfortably. To quote Homer S. "Holy-moly"... The Grace 101 is the perfect compliment to my new Yamaha AW16G in every way. Simply put, this unit details a signal like nothing I've ever heard, with no identifiable coloring. It is exceptionally quiet, while bringing out mid-highs and highs so faithfully I almost don't know I'm listening to digital. For the price, you can do no better. Trust me.