PreSonus DigiMax D8
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PreSonus DigiMax D8

DigiMax D8, Solid-State Pre-amp from PreSonus in the Digimax series.

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Average Score:4.2( 4.2/5 based on 5 reviews )
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Value For Money : Excellent
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stompboxjon01/07/2013

stompboxjon's review"Could not believe it was at this price."

PreSonus DigiMax D8
The PreSonus DigiMax D8 is an 8 channel preamp with 24 bit digital output. At first when I was researching this product before buying I thought this preamp was not going to be good because of the price. The price is very affordable; I could not believe that it was an 8 channel preamp for this price. After purchasing and using it I was very shocked and could not believe how good it sounded. I have used many other PreSonus products before and some of them gave me issues and did not last as long as I thought they would (mainly interfaces).

UTILIZATION

This preamp has 8 warm and clean preamps in it with 24 bit resolution. It has LED input monitoring on the front panel and it also gives you a -20 dB pad on each of the 8 channels. You can have this preamp set up in minutes and start using it right away. I did not even have to look at the manual.
The D8 does not seem to be made out of solid material though, the knobs seem to be made out of a plastic like material but I guess that is the draw back of getting a good preamp at this price. The reason for purchasing this was simply to get more professional style preamps for my recording set up at home. This gave me 4 more preamps than my last interface did before I purchased this one and also this interface is rackable so I could us it right on the rack space on my workstation desk (it only takes up 1 rack space).
The LED meters on the front were a must have for me, that was another deciding factor to getting this interface. I have no regrets purchasing this. I just hope that over time it will hold up and not give me any issues. I do use this preamp a lot more than any other preamps now.
Deserteurs11/30/2011

Deserteurs's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Means"

PreSonus DigiMax D8
Converto AD / DA
8 XLR in between
8 Jack Output
ADAT
Wordclock

UTILIZATION

I have used on two projects, I have not had the opportunity to try something else, and that is in urgent need of 8 tracks supplmentaires add my sound card Saffire PRO 26, a lower cost, I bought this machine.
I immediately did some tests, and unfortunately I t's fast enough.
Pramps between the Saffire and D8, there's no photo, Saffire surpasses.
For convertos it's the same, I ds synchronized Saffire the D8, I had a loss of signal quality.

The D8 has a rough enough signal in the low and medium. It has a ct right at the top. So I used to charley overhead or if I have no choice.
In short, in my case it dpanne by its number of tracks, but no more.
If c'tait I will repeat 50 more and go see the ct OCCAZ to find the best. I say that for the same price I could have taken a deuxime OCCAZ of Saffire, it would t better.

Besides he has his office, and at the same time, we must have to have money if we want something new ....
La_Zouille02/24/2010

La_Zouille's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

PreSonus DigiMax D8
Prampli a transistor.

UTILIZATION

The setup is simple: I go directly to fiber optics.

SOUND QUALITY

This is a true prampli mat.
It remains (for me) fairly neutral so I can give a color to her later in the chain.
No blast or disturbances.

OVERALL OPINION

He has a good relationship quanlitPrix.
I will soon invest a deuxime.
Bear2Beer06/25/2009

Bear2Beer's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

PreSonus DigiMax D8
Transistor preamps Class A / D conversion of 8 channels ADAT clock Toslink / XLR / Jack / BNC Rackable 1U.
No digital input not output assignment, and in any case it would serve no purpose on the input channels. if you want to use a preamp converter must be taken as the Digimax all.

UTILIZATION

We can be easier to implement! looks clear and intelligible, no need to notice! gains are accurate and have the margin, zero wind on the horizon, everything will depend on your cables and microphones ...

SOUND QUALITY

It is transparent enough that do not want to risk altering a clean signal.

OVERALL OPINION

The beast and I have been using it in November 2008, what I like most is its sound obviously but I also like the ergonomics and reliability. there is nothing that displeases me. (Precision: my only complaint is the design cheap presonus that allows them to be so competitive, so ultimately no regrets when you're not round: you can not have the cake and butter .. .)
Digisound12/31/2008

Digisound's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

PreSonus DigiMax D8
In terms of specifications, all is Retailer of the manufacturer's website ..

APRS tests taken from his Piano - Violin ....

Just put a favorable opinion ... It is a high-end bte ..
Microphones utiliss taient Behringer B2 Pro type and Rode NTG-2, even the gains do not broadcast pousss bottom of breath.

I have not measured the signal / noise ratio but must be understood to realize it.

I do not regret having purchased this thing that I advise all to breath rduire ing annoying sometimes by GNR pramplis consoles.

APRS prampli the rack I have two compressors Noise Gate Behringer MDX4600 Multicom home Pro-XL ...

Here is a set homogne done everything to ensure perfect quality recording.

UTILIZATION

Everything is very simple to use, no unnecessary functions and possibility of connection of ADAT numrique

SOUND QUALITY

Fidler perfect transparency and reproduction of what the pickups give it ...

OVERALL OPINION

For a long time I was fighting against the wind by the electronic GNR, but since the Digimax D8, I can finally cost the silence ...

Bravo for the technology used a highly affordable price while ...

I do not regret having made that choice ....