Small prampli analogue with two 6.35 mm jack inputs and output RCA Stereo.
External power transformer (supplied)
Frquence: 5 Hz to 40 kHz
Eingangsempfindlichkeit - 2 mV/1V
Impdance output: 10 kOhm
Output voltage: 3.2 V max / 47kohm
Gain: 53 dB
Dynamic: 63 dB
Operating Temperature: 040 C
Inputs: 2 x 6.35 mm
2 x RCA outputs
Operation extremely simple: plug and save ...
The manual is practically non-existent, but not really helpful either ...
Note that if only one microphone is plugged in the signal is returned on 2 2x mono cinch.
The mission of this unit is to provide a microphone between the o it does not. It is therefore convenient to replace the old mic that was once on magntophones cassettes, for example taken stro "amateur" in concert.
The gain is 53 dB, can not be changed.
Ct's, do not ask him too, there is indeed a little breath ...
I used to record a chorus + organ in concert with a couple of dynamic AKG 222. Direct recording on CD (double a minidisc backup!). The MPR-6 allows me to attack the CD on between "online".
Your exact was convincing enough even if ultimately
1 / there was a little too much gain and the drive only allows minimum-12dB. On "strong" silent saturation possible.
2 / breath evokes above is certainly audible, but not in this context trsgnant making "live" for the archives.
Always about breath, I could compare the MPR-6 with the table pramplis Yamaha MG 12 / 4. This is quieter dernire (~ 3 dB overall), but only accepts XLR symtriques, which plays in the right direction.
For 45 euro, do not expect a quality of madness, but it helps to have a possibility to record with real microphones on different recorders (MD, CD, etc.). Who do Never pramplis. In addition, the MPR-6 is very small and in a mobile trs, is justified!