MB-Stealth In-Line Microphone Preamp Booster
MB-Stealth In-Line Microphone Preamp Booster
MB-Stealth In-Line Microphone Preamp Booster
MB-Stealth In-Line Microphone Preamp Booster
MB-Stealth In-Line Microphone Preamp Booster
MB-Stealth In-Line Microphone Preamp Booster
MB-Stealth In-Line Microphone Preamp Booster

MB-Stealth In-Line Microphone Preamp Booster

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The MB-Stealth is a professional inline preamp booster for dynamic and ribbon microphones. Its discrete class-A design and superior FET's gives the  Stealth an incredibly low noise floor; allowing the Stealth to deliver pristine, balanced, and transparent sound. The Stealth can be connected inline, directly to your microphone, or connected with an extra XLR cable, allowing you to tuck it out of the way for a truly minimal and “stealth” aesthetic.


SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Gain: 28dB (load 1kohm)
  • Frequency Response: 20-20kHZ
  • Max output level (0.5% THD): 8.3dBv
  • Output Impedance: 135 ohms
  • Current: 3mA


Using your MB-Stealth is simple:

  • Plug the MB-Stealth into your dynamic or ribbon microphone.
  • Connect an XLR cable between the Stealth and your audio interface.
  • Turn on phantom power.
  • Slowly turn up the gain to the desired level.

 

NOTE: Designed for passive ribbon and dynamic microphones. Not for use with condenser microphones.
Requires 48V external phantom power.

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Jared Spink
Exceeds Expectations

The MB-Stealth Exceeds Expectations. It not only delivers more than enough clean gain for my SM7B without the need of extra xls cables, but it is also nicely designed and doesn’t stick out. Blends in perfectly to my podcast setup.

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Jared Spink
Exceeds Expectations

The MB-Stealth Exceeds Expectations. It not only delivers more than enough clean gain for my SM7B without the need of extra xls cables, but it is also nicely designed and doesn’t stick out. Blends in perfectly to my podcast setup.