Sometimes you need to connect a low-impedance or condenser microphone to something which does not support it, such as a high-impedance mixer input, a PC sound card, a powered speaker or possibly an instrument amp. Situations like this call for a mic preamp like the MicroMIX to act as an interface. Simplicity and economy are important factors. A level control and a simple overload indicator such as a Clip LED will also help you to keep the signal clean.
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|Input Gain||50dB (XLR), 44dB (1/4in)|
|Gain/Frequency Band||10K Ohms (balanced and unbalanced)|
|IMD (SMPTE)||0dBV balanced (XLR), +10dBV unbalanced (1/4in)|
|Maximum Output Power||Bal./low-imped. XLR, Unbal. 1/4 in Line Input|
|Input Connectors||Bal. XLR line, Unbalanced 1/4 in Line/Headphone|
|Output Connectors||12V DC (Adapter included)|
|Total Harmonic Distortion||<0.01%|
|Frequency Response||<10 degrees 20Hz - 20kHz|
|Clip Headroom||+36 volt, (for the XLR input)|
|Adapter||Power and Clip LEDs|
|Dimensions||4.5x2.875x1.5 inch (150mm x 75mm x 38mm)|
|Weight||1.2 lbs (544g)|