Preamp for condenser microphones

FetHead Phantom is a low-noise, high quality, in-line microphone preamplifier. It provides improved sound for condenser microphones. The electronics are housed in a robust metal chassis with a balanced 3-pole female XLR input and a balanced 3-pole male XLR output, rugged enough for use at home, in the studio or on tour.

 

Which microphones benefit

FetHead Phantom is a FetHead version specially designed for condenser microphones. It works very well with all condenser microphones. FetHead Phantom is also an indispensable tool for mobile recording and a real upgrade for camera microphone preamps, because it lowers the noise floor.

 

Phantom power distribution

FetHead's Phantom circuit uses 48v phantom power but also passes it on from its input to the microphone, so the condenser mic is powered with the same phantom power.

 

  • For condenser microphones
  • 18dB amplification (@3k Ohm load)
  • Ultra low noise Class A JFet amplifier
  • 4 matched jFets
  • Double Single-Ended Amplifier Topology
  • Balanced Output with High Headroom
  • Shielded rugged enclosure
  • Requires 48V Phantom Power

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FAQ


"I would like to boost my Røde NT1a. I see you sell the regular Fethead, the Fethead Phantom and Fethead Filter. The Røde NT1a is a condenser microphone, so I think the Fethead Phantom is best. Which Fethead would you recommend?"

The rode NT1 needs phantom power to operate and don't have the battery option, so we advise to use the FetHead Phantom.

"Which FetHead is suitable for podcasting?"

The FetHeads are ideal for podcasting because of there size and no need to use a extra XLR cable. The regular FetHead and FetHead Filter are for dynamic and ribbon microphones the FetHead Phantom is for condensor microphones.

"I have a Tascam DR40 and am about to get a Rode Lavalier (condenser) mic. Would the Fethead Phantom be the right choice?"

A FetHead Phantom can be used to get extra amplification, it has an xlr input. Does the Lavalier mic operate on 48V Phantom power and does it have an XLR male connector? In this case it should be no problem to use it together with a FetHead Phantom