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Symetrix

U135087

Symetrix SX-202 Stereo Microphone Preamp

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This used Symetrix SX-202 comes with a 20-foot XLR Cable and the Power Adapter.

Condition:
This unit is in good condition with normal wear, has been fully tested, and works great. Please see pictures for details on item condition.

Product Details:
The Model SX202 Dual Microphone Preamplifier is an ultra clean two channel stereo/mono preamp, intended for use in the most critical digital and analog recording situations. The SX202 delivers exceptional sonic performance even with extremely high input levels, making it the ideal mate to the latest generation of transformerless condenser microphones. Outputs provided are left, right, and left + right.

Built around the same chip used in a well known recording console widely acclaimed for its exceptional sound quality, the SX202 makes world-class performance affordable. In place of older preamp designs, the SX202 offers substantial sonic improvements with its solid stereo imaging (less than 10° phase shift at 20kHz), excellent transient handling (its positive and negative slew rates are symmetrical), very low noise (approaching the theoretical limit), and almost unmeasurable distortion (.007%).

Variable gain inputs, with 15dB pads, allow the SX202 to handle any input level up to +14dBV. 48 volt phantom power is available at both inputs. In addition, channel 1 includes a polarity switch, to correct for improperly wired cables or unresolvable mic placement problems.

Balanced low-Z line drivers are on 3-conductor 1/4" (TRS) connectors, and are capable of +24dBm maximum output. The output stage can also drive unbalanced lines (+18 dBm maximum output).

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