Behringer Tube Ultragain T1953
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Behringer Tube Ultragain T1953

Tube Ultragain T1953, Tube Pre-amp from Behringer in the Ultragain series.

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Chris Martins 04/06/2005

Behringer Tube Ultragain T1953 : Chris Martins's user review

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Stereo preamp tube, rack 2U, phase inverter, power supply 48 V. .. the whole shebang is there ... nothing to say.

UTILIZATION

Config child, you plug it up the gain, it adjusts the output level and go ... easier it would be too simple ...

SOUND QUALITY

In terms of its not bad ... better or worse than anything else eventually, but a little warmer than average. Vote on it is very interesting because it gives the body without saturating the signal and without using compression. Frankly nice ... on acoustic guitar, not super confident, I'm not a pro mic placement but I think a compressor is somewhat lacking in order to "smooth" the signal a little and not get too much treble. Reprise guitar amp very well with a SM57 or two using the phase-out position of one vote. Made it very dynamic.

OVERALL OPINION

For the price no complaints. This is a good product but not at more expensive products like Joe Meek and Presonus, but the color is unique and can be exploited, especially for the price. If this is your only amp, I suggest you rather see in a presonus blue tube or the Joe Meek ThreeQ (a killing in its class but rather typed). The difference is more pronounced compared to pre your table. Or invest in a compressor and an external EQ which will be very utlise to rework the sound before the taking and bringing the best signal to your recorder. If the color noise speak to you, not against by hesitation, it will be useful for stereo jacks and will in any case a slight step up from your preamp mixer (The transformers used for the T1953 are larger bcp than for a table and then the signals are more subtle transcribed)