$ 650.00 

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Excellent condition, works perfectly

No power supply or cable

Because there are no capacitors in the audio path, the 312A is super fast and punchy, allowing transients to pass easily, making them a favourite for drummers.
Made with the highest quality parts including Jensen input and output transformers and the Avedis® 1122 opamp. The 312A also includes a high impedance DI for instruments.
    Made using Avedis® 1122 opamps
    Supplied with Jensen input and output transformers.
    Remote power supply with four-foot cable capable of four times the current needed by the preamps for optimum sound quality.
    Switches have gold contacts for long life.
    XLR connectors on the back for mic input and output and phone jack in front for direct input.
    High impedance direct input for guitar and synthesizer.
    Separate front panel switches for phantom power.

Frequency Response
5Hz to 75kHz (-3dB)
Mic Input Impedance
≈1400 ohms
Line Input Impedance
10k ohms
DI Input Impedance
≈250k ohms
Output Impedance
75 ohms
Common Mode Rejection Ratio
110dB min @ 60Hz
Maximum Output Level
+27.1 dBu @ 600Ω
Power Requirements
40mA per Rail
Gain dB
10 to 66 dB
Equivalent Input Noise
-120 dBu; Unweighted 300kHz Bandwidth
1 LBS / 0.45 KG
Dimensions in Inches
1.5W x 5.5L x 6D

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