DiGiCo John Stadius Mic Pre-AmpHaving designed preamps for more than 40 years, the design team at DiGiCo have adopted fresh developments in converter technology in a preamp with 'audio qualities that they have long aspired to achieve'. The result is the 32-bit John Stadius Mic Pre-Amp launched at the 2017 ProLight & Sound show.

Key features:
· Fully differential audio path from input to converter.
· Twin 32-bit ADC conversion per channel.
· 73μs conversion time.
· Dynamic punch and increased audio depth; Dynamic range of 123dBA.
· Incredibly low noise; 128dB EIN.
· Transparency and clarity of audio; 20-22kHz  <0.002% THD+N.
‘ Class-leading frequency response; 20-44.5kHz ±0.1dB.
· 12dB harmonic weighting improvement.
· Eight channels of temporal perfection; 0deg phase shift 20-22kHz.
· Dedicated analogue, ultra-low noise linear power supplies.
· +48V phantom power.
· Only one, phantom power blocking, capacitor in the audio path (Gold Nichicon Muse).
· Fully shielded analogue stage.
· Precision clipping with no artefacts.
· Reduced operating temperature.
· Roadworthy metal XLR connectors.

More: www.digico.org

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