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Solid-State Pre-amp from Black Lion Audio .

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Black Lion Audio has introduced a 500-format version of the B12A mkII mic preamp.

The B12A MkII 500 is said to deliver the same punch as its 1⁄2 rack cousin, but in the convenient and flexible 500 series format. The API-style design features a CineMag input transformer, delivers low-noise gain and is announced as having the same classic American rock sound that the original API 312A is known for. Other features include an Edcor output transformer, a Hi-Z input, phantom power, pad, and phase.

Features:

  • 500 Series format (lunchbox® required)
  • Cinemag Input Transformer
  • Edcor Output Transformer
  • 70dB Gain
  • Hi-Z Input (passive, unbalanced)
  • Phantom Power
  • 18dB Pad
  • Phase Switch

The B12A mkII 500 is available now with a 3-year warranty for a $599 MSRP. More details at blacklionaudio.com.

  • Black Lion Audio B12A MKII 500
  • Black Lion Audio B12A MKII 500
  • Black Lion Audio B12A MKII 500

 

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