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> Mic Preamp For Mbox, any suggestions?
visualmusic
post Fri 28 May 2004, 21:16
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I'm working with a Mbox (PowerBook G4 1Gig) and have found the mic preamps to be weak! I was wondering if anyone had suggestions of a good dual channel preamp that I could use with the Mbox. I would prefer something with tubes to add warmth. I'm not sure of budget restraints, but just for the fun of it let's say $200-$500.

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lepetitmartien
post Sat 29 May 2004, 04:25
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On the clean side of things, FMR audio RNP or Presonus, or with valves, the TLaudio white rack.

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post Wed 30 May 2007, 06:38
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Does theMbox have S/Pdif input? If so I would recommend the Apogee minime. It's S/Pdif output, lovely Apogee A/D converters. You'll have a step up in preamp quality and you'll bypass the Mbox filthy converters too. You'll notice a huge difference immediately.

It's portable too.


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