iConnectivity Spin XLR Professional Phono Preamplifier

£89.00
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The missing link between your turntable and your studio

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Manufacturer: iConnectivity

Category: DJ & PA

Details

Details

This supremely high-quality preamp lets every musician, DJ, and producer connect a record deck in seconds - and start hearing just why people have enjoyed listening to their music on records for the past 100 years.

The sound quality is unreal, yet spinXLR™ is surprisingly affordable. Professional balanced XLR lines eliminate the hum pickup that plague regular wires. Phantom power from your audio interface or mixer means no wall plug - this interface is totally self-contained to streamline your setup.

Whether listening back to test pressings of new recordings, sampling undiscovered gems from old half-forgotten albums, or simply listening for pleasure on the best gear around, spinXLR deserves a place in every studio that works with vinyl records. Just plug in your record deck, connect the balanced lines to your professional audio interface or mixer, and listen in awe.

spiXLR™- iConnectivity's proud contribution to the vinyl revolution.

Stereo RCA Phono inputs accept magnetic phono cartridge outs from any turntable
• Ground wire attachment eliminates hum.
• +48V phantom powered from any XLR input (audio interface, mixer, mic preamp). No wall power required.
• Standard RIAA de-emphasis equalization curve built in; no additional processing required.
• Balanced XLR outputs ensure low-noise connections, especially in live situations.

 

 

Additional Info

Additional Info

Specification

What's in the box

  • 1 x spinXLR Phono to XLR Filter

Audio Specifications

Phono Inputs

  • Maximum Input Level: 95mVrms

Nominal Gain

  • 23dB @ 1kHz

Harmonic Distortion and Noise (THD+N)

  • -77dB (A-weighting)

Frequency Response

  • 10Hz - 50kHz (+/- 1.5 dB)

Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR)

  • 76dB (A-weighting)

RIAA Equalization Flatness

  • +/- 0.5 dB (20Hz - 23kHz)