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This 500 series preamp is loaded with options galore, and it loves mics as well as line level sources! The MD7 is gain staged in a way that allows you to use it as a mic pre (with no pad needed) or to select line level and run tracks from your DAW through it if desired. There is stepped as well as additional fine gain control available. It functions as a DI for instrument use, or you can use the 1/4\" jacks on the face as an insert send and return which allows you to track live with compression or EQ, and interface easily with pre-recorded tracks during mixdown. The MD7 also has a high pass filter (rumble filter), phase reverse and 48V phantom power for condenser mics. It may be a Swiss Army knife of preamps, but it\'s hand built in the USA. Features Gain range from 0dB – 64dB in 4dB steps for recall-ability Input Trim control for fine control of gain Utilizes the discrete 1122 op-amp known for depth and resolution All discrete design with class A buffer amplifier Wide bandwidth, high headroom, low noise NO PAD, NO IC’s, and NO Surface Mount Components Line Input to interface with DAW’s Phase reverse, and filtered 48V phantom power High Pass Filter using a gentle slope for natural bass roll-off 10 Meg-ohm high impedance DI input great for all instrument pickups SEND feature to run signal through stomp boxes for variety of effects Specifications Frequency Response: <10Hz to -3dB at 75kHz Input Impedance: ≅1500 ohms Output Impedance: <75 ohms Common Mode Rejection Ratio: >123dB min @ 60Hz Maximum Output Level: +28.8 dBu @ 100KΩ, +27.4 dBu @ 600Ω Power Requirements: ±16 vdc @ 35mA per rail Gain Voltage: 0 to 22 Volts Gain dB: 0 to 64.7 dB Equivalent Input Noise: −114 dBu; Unweighted 300kHz bandwidth Weight: 2.6 lbs / 1.18kg

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Avedis Audio AES news!

Avedis Audio to release the new MD7 microphone preamplifier at AES! Avedis Audio | MD7

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New Avedis MD7 Mic Preamp!

Okay so far I've used the MD7 on electric guitar, Di'd a Moog and did a vocal test, haven't had a chance to do drums yet but will this week. Sounds great on everything so far. Definitely not as aggressive and smacky as the BAE 312 but further towards that than an MA5. Surprisingly...

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Using pedals as outboard gear

Thanks for the advice, I’ll have a look. Strymon pedals (and many other new pedals, actually) are designed to accept line input, so no impedance mismatch.

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