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PreSonus BlueTube DP

Tube Pre-amp from PreSonus .

16 reviews

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PreSonus BlueTube DPPublished on 11/19/13 at 11:33
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A lamp model
model 1/2 rack
preamp a lamp, 48 V, phase, pad coupon, low pass 80hz
XLR combo jack

UTILIZATION

very simple to implement

SOUND QUALITY

not too sound coloration, small drive by pushing the lamp.
nothing exceptional either.
The sound is not really warmed

OVERALL OPINION

6 years
not tried to model other
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" Presonus = very good value for money"

PreSonus BlueTube DPPublished on 11/17/13 at 02:34
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
see technical data in info ...

UTILIZATION

The design is clean and simple but as I blame the whole products from Presonus, the knobs are a bit light and it is especially difficult to see the position (white line on blue background ...)
Both tranches are identical but not switched together. The use of this is that there are more basic but complete with meters and backlit buttons: 48V, 20dB pad, phase reverse, low cut filter 80 Hz
There is a gain setting and the amount of light used, it can also completely switch to transistor turning the knob down.
the manual is in English but somehow useless.

SOUND QUALITY

Although we speak of light, do not expect a miracle as preamps with......
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see technical data in info ...

UTILIZATION

The design is clean and simple but as I blame the whole products from Presonus, the knobs are a bit light and it is especially difficult to see the position (white line on blue background ...)
Both tranches are identical but not switched together. The use of this is that there are more basic but complete with meters and backlit buttons: 48V, 20dB pad, phase reverse, low cut filter 80 Hz
There is a gain setting and the amount of light used, it can also completely switch to transistor turning the knob down.
the manual is in English but somehow useless.

SOUND QUALITY

Although we speak of light, do not expect a miracle as preamps with a 0 price more ... but it does its job, it slightly warms the reports. Comparing with XMax transistor Presonus, which are also very good for their range, we gain a little, but not extraordinary.
But beware the lamp usage is limited to it, do not push it because the saturation is not beautiful.

OVERALL OPINION

I use (x2) for 6 years and no malfunction. I admit that now it is my last wheels of the coach that I come when big project where I need to increase my number of entries.
It was my first tube preamp when I started and it has served me well for the home studio. Even if I went to something else, Presonus is a great brand with the best quality price ratio on the market to get started.
In the same situation at the time (and budget requirement) I would do this choice.
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" The thing that makes the difference"

PreSonus BlueTube DPPublished on 12/19/11 at 15:31
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I will not dwell on this, I know very little, I wanted a prampli lamp, and the one I liked. It has a pretty face, rev heals, but it seems to me quite fragile ... Finally it is probably psychological ds now we know that there is a light in it, because finally the box is all metal and sturdy knobs to me like ... I regret terribly just an ON / OFF ... May be that it would be like a world of pramplis, but I do not like the personal dye by pressing the red button on the strip on which it is connected ... I always feel like something bad! I like the fact that catches are derrires for the day I rack ...

UTILIZATION

The configuration could not be simpler ... Personal I turned up that I like......
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I will not dwell on this, I know very little, I wanted a prampli lamp, and the one I liked. It has a pretty face, rev heals, but it seems to me quite fragile ... Finally it is probably psychological ds now we know that there is a light in it, because finally the box is all metal and sturdy knobs to me like ... I regret terribly just an ON / OFF ... May be that it would be like a world of pramplis, but I do not like the personal dye by pressing the red button on the strip on which it is connected ... I always feel like something bad! I like the fact that catches are derrires for the day I rack ...

UTILIZATION

The configuration could not be simpler ... Personal I turned up that I like it and making gaffe too dcoller to the needle, because it looks wrong ... The manual that is lightweight enough ...

SOUND QUALITY

Well then it's subjective ... trs I plug my synth on this little pramp 'and sometimes a micro ... I just emissions for all makes. For synths it gives a warm cot or even a really cool lgre saturation ... It allows new things to work ... its just his I love everything to organ, piano, violin, and synth sounds I want mess.

Obviously the sound is not correctly reproduced, but it is precisely what we want. It's the same for micro, it can give a small cot radio really nice. It brings color is clear. I love to!

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for two or three weeks, I've never tried other ... I do not even know what is happening cot really. I love everything in this little prs pramp, because in fact what one wants. The product is a bit expensive, m'enfin What is a lamp. I remake that choice without hesitation. Damage even when the on / off.

As I said I use a Korg synth for a TR, and also for my Roland AX-Synth. It gives color sounds really liked that too. The sounds of the Roland silent my taste too bright lifeless, bland enough that Russia and the BLUETUBE changes the game is really cool. You push a little lamp and it gives a hell of a PCHE!! I really like!!
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PreSonus BlueTube DPPublished on 02/15/05 at 14:45
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lamp ...)

I fell for the TL Audio 5060. c not the same price, c on. I prefer art that the tube blue tube. I find the lamp of poor quality and its fat. sorry ...

UTILIZATION

Rode NT 2 of delta44

SOUND QUALITY

Its pretty dirty

OVERALL OPINION

Hated
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  • Manufacturer: PreSonus
  • Model: BlueTube DP
  • Category: Tube Pre-amps
  • Added in our database on: 01/20/2005

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Other names: blue tube dp, bluetubedp, bluetubedp

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