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Microphone preamp

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  1. (microphone pre-amplifier), most commonly called mic preamp, is a device used to amplify the voltage taken from a microphone to a higher, more usable level

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  2. Most microphones must be used in conjunction with a microphone preamp to function properly

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  3. The output voltage on a microphone is very low

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  4. increases that level by up to 70dB to a +4dB level output which is used by other external audio effects, for audio recording, and for live sound

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  5. The circuitry inside the microphone preamp has a great effect on the sound of a microphone, from the way the microphone reacts due to impedance changes, to adding coloration from transformers or vacuum tubes (valves), op amps, transistors, and all th

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