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The Millennia HV-32 is a single-channel 200 series microphone preamp module that is to designed to work in an API L200 rack, Vision or Legacy console. The preamp features continuously variable gain control, -15 dB pad, phantom power, plus a "Ribbon Mic Mode," which DC couples the mic to the gain stage and also provides an additional 10 dB of gain. The HV-32 is ideal for a wide range of professional studio applications such as recording vocals, guitars, drums overheads, and more.
Fits in API 200 frame and API Legacy and Vision consoles
Continuously variable gain control
DC coupled ribbon mic with 10 dB gain boost setting
48V phantom power
15 dB pad
Signal LEDs indicate status level at -30 dBu (green), +8 dBu (yellow) and +18 dBu (red)
In the Box
Millennia HV-32 Single-Channel 200 Series Microphone Preamplifier Module
Limited 1-Year Warranty
Table of Contents
Minimum: 8.5 dB Maximum (Continuously Variable): 60 dB (70 dB in Ribbon Mode)
At +0 / -3 dB: <3 Hz to >300 kHz
At 60 dB Gain, 10 Hz to 30 kHz, Inputs Common: -130 dB EIN
Total Harmonic Distortion/Noise
At 35 dB Gain, 10 Hz to 20 kHz Bandwidth, +27 dBu Out: <0.001%, Typical <0.0005% (<5 ppm)
At (50 Hz & 7 kHz) 35 dB Gain, +27 dBu Out: <0.0009%
At 35 dB Gain, 50 Hz to 20 kHz Bandwidth, +27 dBu Out: <2° deviation
Common Mode Rejection Ratio
At 35 dB Gain, 10 Hz to 20 kHz Bandwidth, 100 mV C.M.: >65 dB; Typical >85 dB
At 35 dB Gain, +27 dBu Out: >25 V/µs
Maximum Input Level
At 20 Hz to 40 kHz: +20 dBu (no attenuator pads required)
Maximum Output Level
At 20 Hz to 40 kHz: +28 dBu
Phantom: At 1 kHz: 6,750 Ohms
24.3 Ohms (x2)
+48 VDC, +/-2 VDC
Dimensions (W x H x D)
1.13 x 2.63 x 5.88" (28.58 x 66.68 x 149.22 mm)
Millennia HV-32 Single-Channel 200 Series Microphone Preamplifier Module Review