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  • doc benwaydoc benway

    Good pre-amp

    Telefunken / Siemens v672dPublished on 01/01/14 at 08:39
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Stereo pre-amp transistor manufactured by TAA had resumed patterns 672.
    A racking yourself if this is done.
    I bought mine already Racke, with 48V and pad on each channel. It's supposed to be 50db gain once Racke, but mine pukes gain! ptete 85db or more ... It's probably a problem, a condo that was cracked but it suits me!

    UTILIZATION

    ben Vui What is a pre-amp.
    Although I did not understand why at the beginning, even by talking German, he would not turn up the gain! I have run a small button to the right if I remember correctly, so that the gain rises. Bizarre is not it?

    SOUND QUALITY

    Very good. Beautiful presence, but lacks a bit of fat.

    OVERALL OPINION
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    Stereo pre-amp transistor manufactured by TAA had resumed patterns 672.
    A racking yourself if this is done.
    I bought mine already Racke, with 48V and pad on each channel. It's supposed to be 50db gain once Racke, but mine pukes gain! ptete 85db or more ... It's probably a problem, a condo that was cracked but it suits me!

    UTILIZATION

    ben Vui What is a pre-amp.
    Although I did not understand why at the beginning, even by talking German, he would not turn up the gain! I have run a small button to the right if I remember correctly, so that the gain rises. Bizarre is not it?

    SOUND QUALITY

    Very good. Beautiful presence, but lacks a bit of fat.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Compared to a v676a, through design or neve 4081 is a tad below. Attention a tad, huh. Especially at the big bass. But this is not a problem for me at this price it.
    So do not pay more than 400-500th I think (I got a 300th .. when we sell on this site was 1300e 2 V672, ca makes me laugh). From 600 balls for this version stereo as well go above and aim for a 676 or other newer product.
    For anglophile, see gearslutz for information about the different models and manufacturers.
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