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Bellari MP105

Tube Pre-amp from Bellari

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WestWest

Bellari MP105Published on 10/09/04 at 06:56
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
• XLR balanced and 1 / 4 "unbalanced inputs and outputs
• Padded and 20 dB Normal operation
• 48 Volt Phantom Power
• Clip LED indication
• Phase Reversal

Input Impedance: XLR: 600 Ω, 100 Ω Padded K
1 / 4 ": 10 K Ω
Impdance Output: 50 Ω
THD: .15%
S / N Ratio:> 88 dB
Maximum Input Level: +12 dB XLR, +18 dB 1 / 4 "
Maximum Output Level: +16 dB XLR, +10 dB 1 / 4 "
Pad: - 37 dB
Frequency Response: 20H - 25kHz + / -3 dB

UTILIZATION

Configuring and Using ultra simple ...

SOUND QUALITY

Poor sound quality ... bah ... in fact, it's simple, I tested it with my T. Bone SC1100, result:
If I do not use the-37dB pad positiion, the preamp is useless because even the...…
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• XLR balanced and 1 / 4 "unbalanced inputs and outputs
• Padded and 20 dB Normal operation
• 48 Volt Phantom Power
• Clip LED indication
• Phase Reversal

Input Impedance: XLR: 600 Ω, 100 Ω Padded K
1 / 4 ": 10 K Ω
Impdance Output: 50 Ω
THD: .15%
S / N Ratio:> 88 dB
Maximum Input Level: +12 dB XLR, +18 dB 1 / 4 "
Maximum Output Level: +16 dB XLR, +10 dB 1 / 4 "
Pad: - 37 dB
Frequency Response: 20H - 25kHz + / -3 dB

UTILIZATION

Configuring and Using ultra simple ...

SOUND QUALITY

Poor sound quality ... bah ... in fact, it's simple, I tested it with my T. Bone SC1100, result:
If I do not use the-37dB pad positiion, the preamp is useless because even the knob to 0, it saturates ...
with the pad engaged, ok not saturate, except that the 1st three quarters of the knob are useless ... the last remaining quarter sends the sauce at once, while generating a blast wearing a monstrous buzz. koi .. awesome!

OVERALL OPINION

I used it for about three weeks before bringing it back to the seller ... I had previously tried the Behringer MIC200 Tube Ultragain, even if the mark has a bad reputation the MIC200 is worth less than € 70, the Bellari MP105 costs double ... for a quality well below ...

Koik'il Regardless, I took the DBX Mini-Pre Bellari instead of ... still too early to tell, but as soon as I have tried more precisely, I expressed my point of view ...

It is obvious that I will not repeat that choice must be serious ... ...
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mat1979mat1979

Bellari MP105Published on 07/13/05 at 20:38
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
A small preamp analog single lamp
Phantom power supply / Phase Reversal / pad gain and level
Jack plug connectors and 1 / 4

UTILIZATION

We can not be simpler,
Perso, I have read the previous opinion and I do not agree
preamp is a start, I have a will in 1000 and I've registered micro pieces of Dobro guitars
fairly convincing
the sound is not too colorful
config in a tight budget, this preamp is fulfilling its role

SOUND QUALITY

N I've used this preamp for recording mainly acoustic guitars and some voices
j admits that the quality was sufficient (config ds a tight budget) to guitars and instruments
To voice my preamp and my microphone was a bit lightweight
...…
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A small preamp analog single lamp
Phantom power supply / Phase Reversal / pad gain and level
Jack plug connectors and 1 / 4

UTILIZATION

We can not be simpler,
Perso, I have read the previous opinion and I do not agree
preamp is a start, I have a will in 1000 and I've registered micro pieces of Dobro guitars
fairly convincing
the sound is not too colorful
config in a tight budget, this preamp is fulfilling its role

SOUND QUALITY

N I've used this preamp for recording mainly acoustic guitars and some voices
j admits that the quality was sufficient (config ds a tight budget) to guitars and instruments
To voice my preamp and my microphone was a bit lightweight
Again everything is relative

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 3 years is a simple tube phantom power supply
in the category of € 100 preamp should not expect to musical nirvana
ds, but the use of a first condenser microphone, the sound is better tjrs
value for the price is right especially bought used
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fred-baptistefred-baptiste

Bellari MP105Published on 09/02/08 at 08:07
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
See below

UTILIZATION

Configuration (too?) Simple but most is.
AX7 quality lamp.

SOUND QUALITY

Such, I find the view from below too critical.
This pre-amp does its job properly. Compared to a dual ART MPA, which is already above the quality of the Bellari not be ashamed. Many gains reserve, with a good micro mood you can do it all.
He even tends to provide too much gain but attenuator 20db, this poses no problem.

OVERALL OPINION

I bought this as Bellari preamp first 6 years ago and I still use it.
A remake that choice I would do.
It still costs 150 euros at the time and it is still sold in an improved form in the USA. …
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UTILIZATION

Configuration (too?) Simple but most is.
AX7 quality lamp.

SOUND QUALITY

Such, I find the view from below too critical.
This pre-amp does its job properly. Compared to a dual ART MPA, which is already above the quality of the Bellari not be ashamed. Many gains reserve, with a good micro mood you can do it all.
He even tends to provide too much gain but attenuator 20db, this poses no problem.

OVERALL OPINION

I bought this as Bellari preamp first 6 years ago and I still use it.
A remake that choice I would do.
It still costs 150 euros at the time and it is still sold in an improved form in the USA.
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  • Model: MP105
  • Category: Tube Pre-amps
  • Added in our database on: 10/03/2004

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