Audio Technology


Jonathan Burnside talks with Rick Perrotta of Royer Labs about passive microphones, impedance and how the dBooster does what it does...

Jonathan Burnside: There are a lot of boosters on the market. What inspired you to add yet another to the fray?

Rick Perrotta: Most of the signal boosters are nearly-identical circuits using four transistors in cascade mode; they’re very simple circuits with few components. They provide

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