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SM Pro Audio PR8E - Microphone Preamplifier

B&H # SMPPR8E1 Mfr # PR8E
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You Pay: $179.00
Product Highlights
  • 8 Channel
  • XLR/TRS Combo Inputs
  • Phantom Power per Channel
  • 58dB of Gain
  • 1/4" TRS Outputs
  • Phase Reverse and Peak Light per Channel
  • Metal Chassis

The PR8E from SM Pro Audio is an eight channel microphone preamp that features XLR/TRS "Combo" input connectors, 48V phantom power and a built-in -20dB pad, switchable for each channel. Individual phase reversal switches are provided next to the eight balanced output sockets on the rear panel.

The unit's carefully structured single circuit board design results in an exceptionally low noise pre-amp level while delivering high gain. Tailored to suit a wide variety of applications, the PR8E is perfectly suited for use as a front-end device for many hard disc recording systems, as well as adding additional microphone preamps to digital mixers and sound cards.

Eight microphone preamps that can be used as expansion for multi-channel DAW inputs or direct injection for line-level devices, such as keyboards, drum machines and effects processors
Ultra-wide dynamic range with low-noise operating levels
Balanced XLR/TRS combo inputs and 1/4" TRS outputs
48V phantom power and phase reverse per channel
Gain control and peak light per channel
Metal housing
Number of Channels 8
Multi Function No
Inputs 8 x XLR/1/4" TRS combo
Input Impedance 47kΩ
Minimum Input Level -35dB
Maximum Input Level Microphone: +9.5dB
Line: +32dB
Outputs 8 x 1/4" TRS phone (balanced)
Output Impedance 600Ω
Maximum Output Level +23dB
Gain Range 58dB
Phantom Power 48V, individually switchable
Frequency Response 20Hz to 20kHz, +0/-0.5dB
Distortion 0.005%
Noise SNR: >105dB
Power Requirements 17V 1000mA external power adaptor (included)
Dimensions (WxDxH) 19 x 8.5 x 1.75" (483 x 216 x 45mm)
Weight 9 lb (4.1kg)
Specialties Peak clip indicator light per channel
SM Pro Audio PR8E - Microphone Preamplifier
  • External Power Supply
  • One (1) Year Warranty
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    SM Pro AudioPR8E - Microphone Preamplifier
     
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    5.0

    Solid Performer - Great Price

    By Bob

    from Shreveport, LA

    About Me Pro Audio / DJ, Tech Savvy

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Attractive Design
    • Easy to Mount
    • Easy To Set Up
    • Great Sound Quality

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • DJ / Mixing
      • Live sound
      • Recording studio

      Comments about SM Pro Audio PR8E - Microphone Preamplifier:

      I use this preamp for live sound applications to boost mike outputs for a stage monitor system. This is the only 8-channel preamp I've found in this price range and it's a well-made, solid performer. B&H had the best price and their usual flawless service made this purchase a no-brainer!

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