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Millennia HV-3D
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Millennia HV-3D

Solid-State Pre-amp from Millennia .

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Millennia HV-3DPublié le 11/14/04 à 16:45
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Preamp existing two, four or eight channels. Transistors. Gain in steps of 1.5 dB.

UTILIZATION

Simple, there is nothing complicated

SOUND QUALITY

Arf, there is top notch. His breathing, no noise, blast, nothing ... just a device that renders the best shades for your microphone (if it has). In my opinion, this course quej'ai better so far, but hey, I keep a look ... But finding better than prémpli will not be easy. Is not suitable too vote because too unflattering, too "fair". Ideal for classical music or any music where the nuances are important. I love to overhead, and the electric bass as well. Even without EQ, there are bass guitars that have the potato. Top top top. Is the......
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Preamp existing two, four or eight channels. Transistors. Gain in steps of 1.5 dB.

UTILIZATION

Simple, there is nothing complicated

SOUND QUALITY

Arf, there is top notch. His breathing, no noise, blast, nothing ... just a device that renders the best shades for your microphone (if it has). In my opinion, this course quej'ai better so far, but hey, I keep a look ... But finding better than prémpli will not be easy. Is not suitable too vote because too unflattering, too "fair". Ideal for classical music or any music where the nuances are important. I love to overhead, and the electric bass as well. Even without EQ, there are bass guitars that have the potato. Top top top. Is the price, but if you divide by 4 or 8, this is not much room. In addition, optionally, you can climb the 130 volts to use DPA microphones that require it. I do not get 10/10, but 9 / 10 seems too little ... will: 9, 5 and that's OK

OVERALL OPINION

I discovered this model during a test. I have not made.
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" Preamps transparent and fair"

Millennia HV-3DPublié le 03/11/11 à 01:25
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Transistor technology, XLR connectors, the knobs are notched steps of 1.5 dB. this is the kind of option that is in mastering the high-end devices, here is standard. great build quality. not much space inside: there are 8 in two preamp unit, no external power required. Three different circuits allow three gain stages extremely transparent. phantom power per channel, no phase inversion.

UTILIZATION

Everything is very simple. on, off, winning.

SOUND QUALITY

Its an incredible transparency. ideal for acoustic music. I use it a lot on acoustic guitars, drums and percussion with guidance rather Jazz, World, where the shades are the utmost importance and where it is not too brown. But......
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Transistor technology, XLR connectors, the knobs are notched steps of 1.5 dB. this is the kind of option that is in mastering the high-end devices, here is standard. great build quality. not much space inside: there are 8 in two preamp unit, no external power required. Three different circuits allow three gain stages extremely transparent. phantom power per channel, no phase inversion.

UTILIZATION

Everything is very simple. on, off, winning.

SOUND QUALITY

Its an incredible transparency. ideal for acoustic music. I use it a lot on acoustic guitars, drums and percussion with guidance rather Jazz, World, where the shades are the utmost importance and where it is not too brown. But he also gives very good on the Rock, the Toms have an incredible presence and bass massive.
In fact he does everything well.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 4 years. and I compared it to other models: API 512, Wunder Audio, Vintech 1272, ...
it is the truest and most transparent. tremendous opportunity to gain and flexibility. the price is very affordable preamp!

What I like least: it is not my favorite for rock: electric guitars too faithful are often aggressive, cymbals too. I prefer the softer preamp. the voices are sometimes a little too natural. it is a pity that there is no phase inversion.

The price / quality ratio is hard to beat. in the very high end, there are not many preamps to 500 € / room. when one does not console, it's been a very good foundation. it is also convenient for outside recordings.

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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Millennia
  • Model: HV-3D
  • Category: Solid-State Pre-amps
  • Added in our database on: 10/24/2004

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