TritonAudio FetHead Phantom

Availability: 14 in stock

Order now, and this can be delivered by: Wednesday, December 07

SKU
314020
  • The TritonAudio FetHead Phantom is a low-noise, high-quality, in-line microphone preamplifier.
  • Ideal for mobile recording and camera microphones.
  • Provides improved sound for condenser microphones.
  • Easy to install, just two clicks, and done.
  • Rugged design provides durability for stage and field recording.
  • Uses 48v phantom power but also passes it on from its input to the microphone, so the condenser mic is powered with the same phantom power.
Our price £61.00

Inc VAT

- +

We found other products you might like!

TritonAudio FetHead Phantom


Boost Your Microphone

Want to take your condenser mic to the next level? Look no further than the FetHead Phantom, a low-noise, high-quality, in-line microphone preamplifier. No more cranking your mic preamp and adding unwanted noise to get your microphone to an acceptable volume.

The electronics are housed in a robust metal chassis with a balanced 3-pole female XLR input and a balanced 3-pole male XLR output. Rugged enough for use at home, in the studio or on tour.

 

Which Microphones Benefit

FetHead Phantom is a FetHead version specially designed for condenser microphones, working very well with all of them and providing improved sound. FetHead Phantom is also an indispensable tool for mobile recording and a real upgrade for camera microphone preamps because it lowers the noise floor.

 

Phantom Power Distribution

FetHead's Phantom circuit uses 48v phantom power but also passes it on from its input to the microphone, so the condenser mic is powered with the same phantom power.

 

Key Features:

  • Preamp for condenser microphones
  • Allows phantom power to reach the microphone
  • 18dB's of clean gain
  • Great for mobile recording and camera microphones
  • For condenser microphones with low output
  • Easy install - 2 clicks and done
More Information
Specifications
  • Low noise Class A FET amplifier
  • 18 dB amplification (@3000 Ohm load)
  • Balanced XLR input/output
  • Lots of headroom
  • Frequency response 30hz-100khz (+/- 1dB)
  • Z-in 1000 Ω
  • The circuit is powered with 24-48V phantom power