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Art ProMPA II - 2-Channel Tube Mic Preamp (PROMPAII)
Art ProMPA II - 2-Channel Tube Mic Preamp
  • New: $299.00
  • Blemished: $263.12
  • Rating: Overall User Rating: 4.000000
Grace Design M101 Microphone Preamp (AM101)
Grace Design M101 Microphone Preamp
  • New: $685.00
  • Blemished: $602.80
  • Rating: Overall User Rating: 5.000000
Art TubeOpto8 Mic Preamp with ADAT I/O (TUBEOPTO8)
Art TubeOpto8 Mic Preamp with ADAT I/O
Focusrite OctoPre MkII Dynamic (AMS-OCTOPRE MKII DYNAMIC)
Focusrite OctoPre MkII Dynamic
  • New: $699.99
  • Blemished: $615.99
  • Rating: Overall User Rating: 5.000000
A Designs REDDI Tube Direct Box (REDDI)
A Designs REDDI Tube Direct Box
  • New: $745.00
  • Blemished: $655.60
  • Rating: Overall User Rating: 5.000000
Focusrite ISA One Classic Single Channel Mic Pre (AMS-ISA ONE)
Focusrite ISA One Classic Single Channel Mic Pre
  • New: $499.99
  • Blemished: $439.99
  • Rating: Overall User Rating: 5.000000
Nady PRA-8 Mic Preamp (10220-09)
Nady PRA-8 Mic Preamp
  • $109.99
  • Rating: Overall User Rating: 3.000000
Art TubeMP with Autotune (AUTOTUNEPRE)
Art TubeMP with Autotune
"Microphones are sensitive pieces of equipment, which means that the signals they produce aren't always powerful enough to drive recording and amplification equipment. That's just a fact of life based on the way they work, and there's a simple solution: microphone preamps. These can take any microphone signal and give it a line-level boost, which makes them important parts of virtually every pro audio setup. One of the first things to think about when you're looking for a microphone preamp is what sort of mics you'll be using with it. For example, condenser microphones usually require a source of phantom power. That narrows down your options to preamps that can provide it. Dynamic microphones, on the other hand, produce a weaker signal than condensers. So, for your dynamic mics, a preamp with high gain and low noise is essential. On top of that, keep an eye on the tonal character of the preamp: it can really go a long way to making the sound from the mic warmer or clearer. If you're looking for a high-performance rack-mounted microphone preamp to install in your studio or road case, take a look at the ART ProMPA II for starters. It's surprisingly easy to use for its powerful feature set, delivering rich tube sound paired with cutting-edge tech that supports Mid-Side stereo recording. Maybe you'd rather experience the sound of a classic? If so, check out the Universal Audio UA-S610. It's based on the legendary Putnam 610 console, a favorite of artists from Sinatra to Van Halen. Developing your skills as a sound technician, recording engineer or performer is definitely step one to getting the best results - but step 2 is having pro audio equipment that can keep up with your talent. Microphone preamps are a crucial part of that, and they're a key ingredient to getting the most out of your mics."