Stereo Phono Pre-Amplifier
The Shure M64, M64-2E and M64A are designed for conversion of stereo record playing systems from ceramic to magnetic cartridges, as a preamplifier for microphones and as a low gain buffer amplifier where long cable runs are extended to a preamplifier input.
Advantages include complete freedom from microphonics, extremely low noise, the ability to use 50 feet or more of output cable, and years of maintenance free performance.
- Converts phonos to accept magnetic cartridges
- Equalizes and amplifies tape decks
- Boosts microphone output
- Ideal as a broadcast phono preamplifier
The standard version operates on 110V, version -2E on 240V and version A on 120/240V.
Gain: 27.5dB (flat), 34.5dB (phono), 37.0dB (tape)
Frequency response: 40 to 15,000Hz (phono)
Distortion: under 1% THD
Clipping level: 250mV (flat), 100mV (phono), 60mV (tape)
Channel separation: 50dB or better at 1kHz
Channel balance: within 2dB at 1kHz
Hum and noise: better than 71dB (phono)
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