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Install Meris 440 Mic Preamp into your 500 series lunchbox and connect your post effects pedals to the loop. Your guitar and amp will love it. Features: Legendary Cinemag Input and Output transformers for classic American mic pre tone Hybrid-Discrete opamps receiving and driving each respective transformer section Pedal friendly post effects loop. Interface with pedals at levels that won’t clip High Pass Filter selectable between 80Hz and 200Hz Custom 7kHz or 4kHz High Shelf filter optimized for achieving a finished tone when recording guitar 20dB Pad, Phase Reverse and Phantom Power toggles Premium components throughout the all Analog signal path Designed and Built in Los Angeles, California U.S.A. Specifications: Up to 60dB of gain at the input section Output trim -27dB to +12dB (occurs pre-output transformer to preserve output transformer secondary impedance) 12dB / octave High-Pass: 80Hz or 200Hz corner frequency High-Shelf boost: + 3dB at 4kHz or 7kHz corner frequency 20Hz to 20kHz flat frequency response (+/- .3 dB) with all filters disengaged -130dBu EIN (A-weighted) 1Meg Ohm input impedance at Return/D.I. input

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Loving my Meris 440's

I recently broke down and ordered a pair of Meris 440's. I was intrigued by the ability to use pedals as part of my mixdown tools. I already use a Strymon El Capistan that permanently lives on one of my auxes. The problem with this config is it is very noisy and I constantly...

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Mercury - Fazioli Grand Piano recorded at Metropolis Studios

So cool you used our 440 Pre, thanks! kfhkh -terry

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Loving my Meris 440's

Hi, I have two of these Meris 440. I would also love to use it in my mixing set up. Is possible to use it to make my vintage Delays balanced, like Korg 1000/2000/3000? Or does it need to be Hi-Z inputs only?

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