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Rupert Neve Designs Portico 5012
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Rupert Neve Designs Portico 5012

Solid-State Pre-amp from Rupert Neve Designs belonging to the Portico series.

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Bear2BeerBear2Beer

diamonds on an oak tray

Rupert Neve Designs Portico 5012Published on 05/02/12 at 17:36
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Characteristics for, thank you refer to previous opinions.

UTILIZATION

This is the best damn preamp I could have in the fingers; bearings with a 6db attenuator / boost in the same range, there is nothing more intuitive to find the optimal gain.
The music is cut down.
Function silk, although discreet seems essential to me to give a more musical in its decision.

SOUND QUALITY

Indeed, this preamp is so clean and balanced, it would almost be "utility" (voice, stereo jacks, etc ...), but with a strong tendency to make anything fancy. Engage silk, and there, without being able to touch why, but it's paradise ... Is placebo, given the low dose of harmonics that it brings? actually I......
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Characteristics for, thank you refer to previous opinions.

UTILIZATION

This is the best damn preamp I could have in the fingers; bearings with a 6db attenuator / boost in the same range, there is nothing more intuitive to find the optimal gain.
The music is cut down.
Function silk, although discreet seems essential to me to give a more musical in its decision.

SOUND QUALITY

Indeed, this preamp is so clean and balanced, it would almost be "utility" (voice, stereo jacks, etc ...), but with a strong tendency to make anything fancy. Engage silk, and there, without being able to touch why, but it's paradise ... Is placebo, given the low dose of harmonics that it brings? actually I prefer to keep the magic of the small blue button velvet lining your source. I spoke with diamonds, because they provide us with the sound of a neve luxurious, and oak because of its appearance reminds me of the sound character of oak cabinetry, a sense of stature, strength and elegance. So colorful, yes it is but where you need to feel that he is not. He pulls the other up.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a year.
I had the opportunity to work with the old Neve, the AU, the SSL ...

What I like least is the format a little silly, and the somewhat ... of the beast, although it is a reflection of its sound: gorgeous, delicate and robust. Both female and male, a little ... well, you get.

It inspires confidence, we feel that we are dealing here with a new classic.

If it all over again, I would buy a rack of 8!

The value for money is very good.
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Camhi sebastienCamhi sebastien

Rupert Neve Designs Portico 5012Published on 12/18/07 at 06:57
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
- Dual analog preamp transistor.
- No effect if the function is silk which I will later
- Jack or XLR connectors in series for
- Then the bad thing if you want the rack you will have to buy the extension Neve 80 eur! impossible to use that of another less expensive brand because it is not compatible brief ...

UTILIZATION

Use no more simple, the preamp is graded in 6 of 6 db and the possibility of refining a knob to 12 db (ultra ultra simple intuitive)

SOUND QUALITY

Preamp incredibly precise, present, and all you can ask a NEVE preamp,
silk is a function that is ptite key triggers and a smooth blade attacks .. it takes away a bit of fishing but it's so much music ...
......
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- Dual analog preamp transistor.
- No effect if the function is silk which I will later
- Jack or XLR connectors in series for
- Then the bad thing if you want the rack you will have to buy the extension Neve 80 eur! impossible to use that of another less expensive brand because it is not compatible brief ...

UTILIZATION

Use no more simple, the preamp is graded in 6 of 6 db and the possibility of refining a knob to 12 db (ultra ultra simple intuitive)

SOUND QUALITY

Preamp incredibly precise, present, and all you can ask a NEVE preamp,
silk is a function that is ptite key triggers and a smooth blade attacks .. it takes away a bit of fishing but it's so much music ...
extremely transparent preamp! is sometimes so disconcerting is transparent. So for those interested in color is not the right product.
but this preamp is EXCELLENT!

OVERALL OPINION

- I use it for 1 year
- I like his neutrality, his presence, his loyalty
- I tried the mindprint, mackie, Rme, the AMS Neve Focusrite's and many more ..
- Quality / price ratio EXCELLENT. 1800 euro for the pair! you have two preamps in a quality that also many other more expensive preamps bcp.
- If 'javais the way I take 4 more .. veiled
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  • Manufacturer: Rupert Neve Designs
  • Model: Portico 5012
  • Series: Portico
  • Category: Solid-State Pre-amps
  • Added in our database on: 04/03/2008

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