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Behringer Tube Ultragain T1953
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Behringer Tube Ultragain T1953

Tube Pre-amp from Behringer belonging to the Ultragain series.

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Publié le 10/31/08 à 16:00
The features on this unit are great

Price paid: 100.00 USD

UTILIZATION

The Tube Gain 1953 is a very user friendly device.

SOUND QUALITY

This low cost &quot;Mic Pre&quot; really sounds good. I add warmth to your vocals without over coloring of the sound.

OVERALL OPINION

The fit and finish of this unit is up there with higher priced mic pre's. I'm not sure about the durability of this unit, as it went staright from the box to my rack.

I am really impressed with this entry level mic pre. Do I love it? Nah however I am in extreme like with this joint. It gets the job done what more can you ask for.

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: dutty ( 4-, 2006)
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