The Germ 500 MKII is an updated version of our original Germ 500. This unit has an improved faceplate layout and nicer look. It uses classic germanium transistors in all class A, transformer balanced circuits. We have also updated the power on the MKII so there no known power-up issues with current lunchboxes and rack systems.
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CHANDLER LIMITED furiously enters the 500 race with its new line of 500 Series Modules for your favorite lunch box! Using all discrete circuits that combine Chandler's best designs with the hottest designs from the past, transformer balanced everything, and the American handmade quality you expect from Chandler, the 500 Series Modules will take your lunchbox or rack system to the next level!
The Germ 500 MKII is the well-known Germanium Preamp adapted for 500 series racks. Chandler have used the same transformers and amp blocks to assure the sound is consistent with their rack version.
• 500 series modular Preamp
• Class A Design, Germanium transistors
• Transformer balanced in- and outputs
• Feedback control
• DI input
• Low frequency boost (thick)
• Gain switch: -5db to +65db in 5dB step
• Mic Input: Transformer Balanced, Input Impedance: 200Ω
• DI: 1/4" Unbalanced, Input Impedance: 100k Ω
• Phantom Power: +48v
• Phase: Reverse the polarity of the Pre Amp output
• Connectors: Multi-port Connector (500 series)
• Dimensions (w x h x d): 38,1 x 133,4 x 177,8 mm (1 spaces 500 rack)
• Power Requirements: 500 series internal PSU
|Type||500 Mic Pre|
|Application||Tracking & Mixing|
|Color||Grey & White|
Starting from these classic and vintage designs Chandler Limited has further developed some of the basic circuitry and remodeled and adapted them to present you with some of the finest and most versatile products available on the market today. Like the Vintage equipment used to record the Beatles, Pink Floyd, and many other ground breaking bands, all Chandler equipment is strictly hand wired. In recent years Chandler products have been featured prominently in albums, movies, and even video games.
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