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[NAMM] Studio Projects SPM5 500 preamp

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Studio Projects showcased at NAMM 2014 the new SPM5 mic/instrument preamp in 500 format, which was designed by the creator of Tonelux.

The SPM5 preamp features a Radiance knob that will provide high-end 2nd harmonics in order to add clarity and presence to the signal.

The second knob offers 60dB of gain and you can enable a 70Hz high-pass filter, switch the phase, use the phantom power and adapt the impedance according to the type of microphone used (condenser or ribbon/dynamic).

Studio Projects also installed a LED VU-meter on the front panel and an XLR/Jack combo input.

Discover this new module at studioprojects.com.

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