MP568C | Ultra-Low-Noise Studio Grade Mic Preamp with Two Colour Modules
- ERUM’70 Reference Mic Preamp Circuitry
- Suitable for Processing The Line Level Signals
- Discrete Balanced Class A Mic Input Stage
- Ultra-Low Noise EIN=-129dBu @ 65dB of Gain
- Ultra-Low Distortions 0.05% THD @ 65dB of Gain
- Discrete Class-A High Impedance Instrument Input
- 2 Slots for DIYRE Colour Modules
- Flexible Colours Routing Matrix
- Compatible with DIYRE Colour Format
- Direct Sale – Save on Distributor Fee!
The MP568C is a Studio Grade ultra-low noise Microphone Preamplifier with Instrument Input and Two-Colour Slots.
The MP568C is designed to process the sound with the use of Colour Modules by saturating and adding subtle harmonics to the signal, similar to the harmonics added by the vintage preamps.
The MP568C is a perfect choice for demanding professional recording applications. The input circuitry is based on the ultra-low noise, high-performance Verum’70 Discrete Input Class-A Mic Preamp.
The logarithmic Gain control allows to accurately set the signal level fed to Colours or record from the microphone with the selected Colour Module.
The addition of Colour Modules increases the flexibility of the MP568C.
Just insert your favourite Colour Module and transform the MP568C into a fully functional Vintage Mic Preamp!
MP568C Signal Flow Diagram
High-Quality Studio Grade Direct Input
Discrete Direct Input is suitable for a wide range of instruments such as acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass guitar, synths and any other signal source.
The MP568C Active Infinity Impedance Direct Input is ideal for acoustic instruments like Double-bass, usually equipped with piezo pickups.
No more thin sound! The low-end will be reproduced down to the lowest note!
Optimised Gain Control
The Gain control is optimised for using the Colour Modules. The gain range up to +40dB covers the majority of the gain knob scale.
Such a solution allows better control of the saturation or drive of the colour modules. It also helps in recordings with condenser microphones.
It requires a little bit of practice and sometimes changing the habits to use the Colour Preamps.
More information about using the Colour Preamps and Colour Modules are in the User Manual.