The Millenia HV-32P is a simple and effective high quality two channel preamp. Authentic Transparency for Unrestricted Creativity.
Paul Vnuk - Recording Magazine
"This is essentially the third time I have reviewed this preamp, and I must also disclose that I own and have been using an 8-Channel HV-3D for well over 12 years now...it's a sound I know well and really appreciate. Everything that I used to describe the HV-3 sound above holds true to these new HV-P models, and while there are some spec differences between the older HV-3 and these, my ears cannot detect a difference..."
Barry Rudolph - Music Connection
"In all comparisons the HV-37 was truer to the source with better definition in the bass and it had a significantly more open top end."
Hugh Robjohns - Sound on Sound
"The HV37's performance is, by any definition, impressive and sublime...
A good friend uses an eight-channel HV3D for a lot of his location recording work and I have often coveted the fast, detailed and silky, but fundamentally uncoloured and transparent, sound it captures. The HV37 shares that character exactly and impeccably. I was very hard-pressed to spot any significant difference between them."
Joe Satriani - Guitar
"I have used the STT-1 for home and pro-studio recording for years now, and it has always been my favorite mic-pre/recording system. Now, the more streamlined HV-37 has made my DI electric guitar and bass recordings even more transparent and accurate. The headroom is wonderful, and the ease of use fantastic. I love it!"
Rich Tozzoli - Pro Audio Review
"The HV-37 delivers on all the adjectives you might expect to hear; it's clean, pure, invisible and musical."
Brandon T. Hickey - MIX Magazine
"The ability to capture reality now and flavor it to taste another day is a commodity that is easy to appreciate, and the HV-37 provides the perfect go-to preamp to achieve that goal."
Paul Vnuck - Recording Magazine
"Bottom line, the HV-37 always sounds good and captures every source clearly, but somehow not boringly. You may have heard of the Millennia sheen... it's there for sure. I can't describe it, but, man, do I love it!"
Continuously variable gain control
DC coupled ribbon mic with 10dB gain boost setting
48V phantom power
15 dB Pad
12 to 15V operation - 100 to 240V line lump power supply, 12V output, included
14.5 dB, 1dB with Pad
Maximum Gain (continuously variable)
60 dB (70 dB in Ribbon Mode)
Frequency Response -3 dB
< 10 Hz to > 200 kHz
typical -1.0 dB @ 10 Hz
typical -1.5 dB @ 200 kHz
Noise (60 dB Gain, 10 Hz - 30 kHz, Inputs common)
-130 dB EIN
Total Harmonic Distortion + Noise (35 dB Gain, 10 Hz - 20 kHz bandwidth, +24 dBu Out)
< .003%, Typical < .001%
(50 Hz & 7 kHz) 35 dB Gain
< .0006% +12 dBu Out
< .001% +20 dBu Out
Phase Response (35 dB Gain, 50 Hz - 20 kHz bandwidth, +27 dBu Out)
< 2 degrees deviation
Common Mode Rejection Ratio (35 dB Gain, 10 Hz - 20 kHz bandwidth, 100 mV C.M.)
> 65 dB, Typ > 85 dB
Slew Rate (35 dB Gain, +24 dBu Out)
> 25 Volts per microsecond
Maximum Input Level (20 Hz - 40 kHz)
+12dBu @ 0.02% THD+N
+18dBu @ 0.02% THD+N with pad
Maximum Output Level
1 kHz @ 35dB of gain, THD+N is:
< 0.001% at +26dBu output
< 0.05% @ +28 dBu output.
Phantom Input Impedance (1 kHz)
24.3 Ohms (x2)
48V dc +/- 2V dc
5.67" W x 1.69" H x 8.19" D, 2 lbs.