- Frequency Response: 20 Hz to 20 kHz (+/- 1 dB)
- Noise (Shorted Input): 0.63 uVrms (-122 dBVrms)
- Distortion (1 VPP in): THD (1 kHz): < 0.018%
- IMD (10 kHz/60 Hz, 4:1): < 0.08%
- Power Options: 48 V Phantom (0.4 mA)
- 9 V Battery (400 hours on a typical alkaline)
- Input Protection: 220 Vrms and 20,000 V static discharges
- Voltage Gain: Pickup mode: -10 dB, Speaker mode: -46 dB
- RF Filtering: Input: 250 kHz low-pass filter
- Output: 30 kHz low-pass filter, Maximum Input Level (1% THD):
- Pickup mode: 5 Vpp
- Speaker mode: 300 Vpp
- (Equal to 2,800 Watts into 4 Ohms)
- Input Resistance: Pickup mode: 10 MOhm (10 times the input impedance of a typical guitar amplifier)
- Input Capacitance: 160 pF (equal to 2 m of low-capacitance guitar cable)
- Dimensions: 5" x 3" x 1.75" (127 mm x 77 mm x 45 mm)
- Weight: (0.52 kg)
The classic Type 85 connects any high-impedance instrument pickup, even piezo pickups, to a balanced microphone (XLR type) input. It provides a strong, clean signal to the mix board without adding noise or distortion. It won’t change the tone or volume you hear from your own amp like passive direct boxes. It won’t break just when you need it. It won’t develop a dead battery on stage because it runs on Phantom power.
The Type 85 simply works. Provide 48 V Phantom power and the Type 85 will automatically use it. If you don’t have Phantom power, the Type 85 will run for about 400 hours from a single internal 9 V battery. The Type 85 doesn’t have roll off switches or effects. Adjusting the frequency content of a sound source is an artistic decision best done at the mixing location where you can hear the results and easily make changes.
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