Royer said the dBooster has two gain settings — 12 dB and 20 dB — allowing users to boost the output level of their microphones with the right amount of in-line gain.
Royer said the dBooster’s 20 dB setting gives plenty of clean boost for recording soft voices and instruments and a 12 db setting is used for higher volume sound sources. The dBooster’s Class A input stage delivers clean gain with virtually no noise or self-distortion.
The dBooster’s low-impedance output keeps audio clean in the studio and also shines on live stages, driving long cable lengths and difficult loads like mic splitters and vintage-style preamps with no loss of gain, no increased distortion and excellent headroom.
The dBooster gives excellent results with Royer R-121s, R-10s and stereo SF-12s. It also boosts audio from dynamic mics.
The dBooster is built in the U.S. and ships from Royer’s Burbank headquarters. The dBooster (model R-DB20) In-Line Signal Booster is expected to carry a street price of $179. The unit will ship in mid-February, 2019.
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