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Michael 'Bink' Knowles

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Re: Presonus Mic Pres
« Reply #10 on: September 12, 2006, 12:45:49 pm »

Good review of the LT and FS models. Thanks!

I should have said right up front that I was talking about the PreSonus DigiMAX.    Sad

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Charles Johnson

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Re: Presonus Mic Pres
« Reply #11 on: September 12, 2006, 01:19:06 pm »

Erik Jerde wrote on Tue, 12 September 2006 12:16

The octopre is from focusrite, presonus makes the digimax units.


Erik,

Whoops - that'll teach me to try to work on a Unix server and then transition over to posting on the LAB in too short of a time period... Rolling Eyes

Ivan Beaver's had so much to say about noise issues that he's encountered with the Focusrite unit that I assumed that Bink was talking about the Focusrite unit, not the Presonus unit...

My mistake and thanks for the correction.

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Re: Presonus Mic Pres
« Reply #12 on: September 25, 2006, 08:32:24 pm »

I too have been bitten by the presonus LT preamps.

Noisiest preamps I've ever used. It all boils down to their blatent 'pin 1' problem.

They'll probably work in a studio, but in live situations (where cables are longer than 10') they pickup all the crap on the sheild and amplify it with the audio.

In comparison, the Bear-ringer preamps are _much_ quieter. (Unfortunately, they go _real_ quiet when they self destruct - BTDT,BTTS)
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