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Heritage Audio 73JR II 500 Series Microphone Preamplifier Module Features:
- Sonically versatile mic preamp and DI module based on the classic 1073
- 20dB pad on the mic input prevents overloading the input transformer
- Up to 80dB of gain for the mic input, 50dB line preamplifier
- All-discrete, Class A circuitry
- DI input circuit is before the input transformer, letting you add color and richness to DI instruments
- Variable highpass filter for cutting unwanted low-end rumble and mud
- Separate input and output gain controls let you drive the input for saturation without overloading the output
Bring Out the Best in Your Mics
The Heritage Audio 73JR II 500 Series microphone preamplifier brings a huge dose of vintage vibe straight to your rack. Based on the iconic 1073, it amplifies any microphone or instrument clearly and vibrantly. Plus, since there are separate input and output gain controls, you can drive the 73JR II’s input to get rich, saturated sound like you would on a vintage console. Factor in an incredible 80dB of gain, and you've got a preamp that's ready to bring out the best in any microphone, whether condenser, dynamic, or ribbon. Additionally, the 73JR II updates the original 73JR design with a variable highpass filter, giving you more control for cutting unwanted low-frequency information while tracking, and an auto-switching DI mode that imparts your instrument signals with console-style character — two awesome additions that make this Sweetwater-favorite 500 series preamp even better!
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Add rich transformer saturation to any source
The Heritage Audio 73JR II has custom Carnhill input and output transformers that are ready to add a touch of glow to any sound source — mic, line, or even DI instruments. The DI circuit is ahead of the mic input transformer, perfect for adding some hair to DI bass signals on the way in. Best of all, the 73JR II preamp module has separate input and output gain controls, which lets you crank the input gain to get more transformer color without overloading the output stage.