Meet Heritage Audio
Since Peter Rodriguez launched Heritage Audio in 2011, musicians around the world have coveted the brand’s analog signal processing equipment. Heritage strives to create a sound that harkens back to the Golden Age of recording while incorporating state-of-the-art 21st-century technology. Designed and manufactured in Spain, Heritage Audio products reflect Mr. Rodriguez’s expertise in music production and sound engineering, making them an instant fit for your studio and system.
DTT-73 In One Take
- Microphone input impedance: HI, 1200 Ohm minimum, LO, 300 Ohm minimum. Higher gain positions gradually have greater impedances, optimum for low gain ribbon mics. Input is transformer balanced and floating.
- Line input impedance: 10K Ohms bridging, transformer balanced and floating; DI input impedance: Greater than 2 Megohms, unbalanced.
- Maximum output: Greater than +26dBu into 600 ohms.
- Frequency response: 20Hz ( +0.3dB ) to 20Khz (-0.2dB)
The Heritage Audio Dual Table Top 73 is, at its core, a reformatted DMA73. As a tabletop unit, DTT-73 is highly portable for onsite recordings. 1073 line levels can be achieved nearly everywhere, so musicians on the road can capture studio-quality recordings from the stage, the hotel room, or anywhere the creative muse moves! The internal worldwide power supply has been specifically engineered to allow for operation at a closer range to audio transformers without noise or distortion.
DTT-73 offers some of the newer tabletop technology, including dual-channel DI input and THRU high impedance JFET jacks, which allow the use of instrument amps alongside the mic amp. Each channel features its own input gain switch, which offers 5dB steps from 30 to 80, with mic input impedance from 1200 ohm to 300ohm when pressed. A discrete Class A High Pass Filter for each channel is set at -3dB at 82Hz. For quality sound on the go, this professional unit will stand out in any setting.