Dave Hill Designs Europa One


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Dave Hill Designs Europa One

Mic preamp

This microphone preamplifier includes phase, phantom power and an instrument input. The microphone input has three input impedance choices (2.2k ohms, 300 ohm and a hi-z choice). The instrument input has an impedance of 1.2M ohms. The gain over all is adjustable in 1dB steps from 0 to 66dB on the mic input and 0 to 30dB on the instrument input. Gain is displayed on a two-digit led display. Unique to the Europa pre-amp are three controls for changing the color of the pre-amp. The first control is a Speed which changes how fast the pre-amp can respond. The level meter has a 0VU reference point of (+4dbu) with one decibel steps. The maximum output level is +24dBu balanced with the maximum balanced input level of +24dBu at 0dB of gain. This allows the Europa 1 pre-amp to be used in a mix environment for coloring.
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