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Preamp J-Decor for ribbon (dynamic) microphone

Предусилитель J-Decor от Игоря Бурдукова для ленточных9динамических)микрофонов

Preamp J-Decor

AKG tps D 3800 и предусилитель J-Decor от Игоря Бурдукова

A novelty that will allow you to take a fresh look at your microphone park !!!

A portable J-Decor preamp allows you to open up the sound of dynamic microphones.

The sound becomes more rich and saturated, more detailed and clear.


All this happens because of the more correct matching of the resistances - the output microphone and the input receiving device.


As soon as the microphone begins to work in more comfortable conditions, it makes more qualitative and correct sound.


The ability to change gain (6dB, 12dB, 24dB), makes it possible to reduce the noise of your mixer or sound card without twisting the Gain knob on them. So gain

Is being distributed between J-Decor and your audio devices.


This is very useful when you use long cables, the signal on the long cable is already amplified and with less loss.


The device has a three-position switch with which you can select the most advantageous input impedance for your dynamic microphone:


Low - 10 kΩ, Mid - 20 kΩ, High - 30 kΩ.


Position High - gives the strongest color in the lower middle of the spectrum, the bass instruments, the big drum sound well.

THD = 0.01%

Input resistance 10 KΩ, 20 kΩ, 30 kΩ


Frequency range: 20 Hz - 20 kHz


Shielded housing.


Powered by phantom power 48 V


There are a lot of reviews about both studio and concert useing of J-Decor:







preamp J-Decor

    Audio examples with J-Decor preamp


Recording violin.Written on a double-ribbon microphone Burdukova I.V.  RM BIV-3


without preamplifier

from the preamplifier


Record a speech on a double-ribbon microphone.


without preamplifier

from the preamplifier

Recording an acoustic guitar with a      J-Decor preamp and without it.

without preamplifier

from the preamplifier

         Video using J-Decor

Cognitive video. What is a preamplifier and why is it needed? What does it mean to properly match the resistances of the instruments?