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Subject: Re: yet another Mic-related question
From: ajf (ajf_at_midmaine.com)
I have used the Sound Professionals battery box with one of their single
point stereo microphones and my JBR 10 with good results.
Chris Holt writes:
> On Sun, 16 Mar 2003 12:20:48 -0800, Matt SF wrote:
>>Can anyone recommed a decent but not super-expensive battery box that
>>raise a mic level to a line level?
> It certainly depends on your definition of "super expensive". After
> having reviewed schematics of several homebrew type microphone preamps,
> both with and without bias, I've come to the conclusion that unless you
> take the time to build one yourself, you are going to get fairly well
> ripped off.
> Sound professionals seem to have the most reasonable solutions in the
> around and under $200 range. The SP-PASM-2, for instance is a self
> contained, single point stereo mic that is preamped and biased with good
> quality electret elements (20 - 20khz, 91dB, max 120dB SPL) $209.
> Also if you have your own mics, SP-PREAMP for $169, raises mic signal to
> line level and provides 9volt plug in power to raise the maximum sound
> level that can be recorded. other stuff there too, like mics and preamp
> built into headphones for easy stealth recording, etc.
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