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Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 2 reviews )
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Audience: Anyone Value For Money : Excellent
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Ty Ford10/08/2017

Ty Ford's review"GML 8304 Mic preamps - Gain on a wire"

GML 8304
I had a Pro Tools LE rig and a DIGI 001. All in the cost was under $1k USD. I could hear deficiencies. I was reviewing gear for Pro Audio Review. I suggested a review of the GML 8304 and got a green light. That was about 1996-1997. After rigorous testing and reviewing the 8304, I bought it. It's been running constantly in my studio since then. I have had to return it only once for service.

I use it for instrument and voice recording in my studio. I have tested other mic pres. I currently own an Millennia Media STT-1. It's fancier and much more expensive.

Pros: As I said, Gain On A Wire
Cons: Expensive
olivier Numérisson04/20/2013

olivier Numérisson's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Very good"

GML 8304
This is a montage discrete op amps, so all transistor.

Inputs and outputs on XLR Neutrik separate power supply, a huge signal to noise ratio.


Not be more simple: four rotators with strictly identical channels gains, 5 by 5 dB.

There is no click switching. So you can live edit a gain in silence.

No need for manual


This is very good but it adds nothing.
So, in a beautiful room, it will sound good in a concrete cube, we get a sound crap.
In this sense it does a very good job.


I have since 2006.
It is the perfect complement to my Johm Hardy JH990. With both one wonders.

The price is not everything, it's not because it's expensive it's good but against the good stuff is always expensive. This is a purchase that will not regret it.