Millennia Launches HV-37 Mic Pre
October 24, 2012 by David Weiss
Millennia understands that not everyone wants a lunchbox.
They’re backing it up with the launch of the new HV-37 microphone preamp, which will be available by the end of November, 2012 for an MSRP of $1600.
Here’s how Millennia describes their latest entrée into the gear buffet:
“Based on Millennia’s award winning HV-3 preamp circuit, the Millennia HV-37 is a pair of the critically acclaimed 500 series HV-35 preamp cards housed in a rugged 16 gauge steel, single rack-space package with an on board universal power supply.
The panel front has an instrument input jack, DC coupled ribbon mic switch with 10dB gain boost setting, 80 Hz roll off filter, 48V phantom switch, 15 dB Pad, Polarity flip, signal present and overload LEDs and a continuously variable gain control.
The rear panel has XLR mic ins and XLR balanced line outs along with a standard IEC power connector. It can be powered directly by mains voltages between 100V and 240V.”