Heritage AudioTT-73 Desktop Microphone Preamp


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Heritage Audio TT-73 Desktop Microphone Preamp

Bringing the sound of their DMA73 into a tabletop format, the TT-73 by Heritage Audio is a portable Neve-style microphone preamp that easily provides studio quality sound on-stage or on-the-go. The TT-73 is an ideal option for on-the-spot interviews or providing venues with 1073-driven D.I. signals from instrumentalists. Beyond the physical shape, the TT-73 is identical to the other 1073-style designs offered by Heritage Audio. Phantom power with 80dB of gain on tap brings any microphone, line input, or instrument to a workable range, and an 80hz high pass filter is handy for cleaning up low-end in non-bass instruments. For the tabletop series, Heritage Audio added a convenient D.I. Thru jack, allowing on-stage amplifiers to be used while still pumping out pristine audio to the front of house. No longer shackled to the studio for studio-quality sound, the existence of TT-73 means that the best quality in audio recording can be found anywhere.

TT-73 Features

  • Tabletop microphone preamp based on the Neve 1073
  • Stepped gain control provides up to 80dB of gain
  • Mic impedance selector switch for 1200 or 300 Ohms
  • Phantom power
  • Line level and D.I inputs extend usefulness to any instrument
  • 20dB pad
  • Polarity flip switch
  • 80Hz high-pass filter
  • Analog Inputs: 1x XLR Mic, 1x XLR Line, 1x 1/4" DI
  • Input Impedance: 10kOhms Line, >2MOhms DI, 1200 or 300 Ohms Mic
  • Analog Outputs: 1x XLR, 1x D.I. Thru
  • Output Impedance: <75 Ohms
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