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ART is expanding the ARTcessories family with the DJ PRE II, a phono preamplifier designed for home and studio.
The DJ PRE II (formerly named the "Phono MicroPRE") acts as an interface between your turntable and your audio recording / playback system. The analog input capacitance can be switched between 100pF and 200pF to optimize your phono cartridge response. A switchable low cut filter removes turntable rumble.
The front gain trim control and signal/clip LED allow you to optimize the preamp's gain for a wide range of input sources. The built-in low noise phono preamp circuitry conforms to the RIAA standard. The line output jacks are low impedance and can be used with any sound card.
Housed in an all aluminum black anodized case, the DJ PRE II can be powered by a wide variety of external supplies.
The MSRP on the DJ PRE II is $60.00 and will be available at music specialty stores this month.
For more information, visit their web site at www.artproaudio.com