Cloud Microphones JRS-34

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The Cloud JRS-34 is made from parts sourced from U.S. businesses. Stephen Sank, son of RCA BK11 designer Jon R. Sank, and recording studio owner RJ Cloud developed the JRS-34 ribbon mic. It offers 150 ohm impedance and the output level on the passive version is about -52dB and -32dB for the active version. It features a balanced-in, balanced-out, no-output-transformer, phantom-powered pre-preamp circuit.

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