10.08.2004 08:00 AM
DPA Microphones HMA5000 two-channel high-voltage mic amplifier


DPA Microphones' HMA5000

DPA Microphones' HMA5000 two-channel high-voltage microphone amplifier provides extended dynamic headroom of 10dB more.

The signal path is transformerless, allowing a frequency range from 10Hz to 100kHz (-1 dB).

The HMA5000 can be used to power DPA's high-voltage microphones, including the 4003 and 4004 omnidirectional mics, the 4012 cardioid and 4016 wide cardioid, and the 4041-S omnidirectional solid state and 4041-T omnidirectional tube mics.

For more information, visit www.dpamicrophones.com

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