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Pré-ampli 2 canaux Alesis Mictube Duo
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Description du produit
- Préampli deux canaux à lampe- Lampe de type 12AX7 pour un son chaud et musical- Contrôle du gain et de la saturation par canal- Pad 20 dB par canal- Inverseur de phase par canal- Circuit électronique optimisé- Alimentation fantôme 48V- 2 vu-mètres à LED 8 segments- 2 entrées Combo XLR/jack et 2 sorties XLR symétriques et jack 6,35 mm asymétriques
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
Changing the tube in this preamp is the first thing I did. It was logical because the 12AX7 tube that was stock had too much gain. It gave me too much distortion and made for a lot of extra unwanted noise in my recordings. I went with something that had less gain like the 12AT7 tube. After changing the tube, the recordings were a lot cleaner. With the stock tube, I was not able to turn the gain knob past 25%. It was just giving me too much gain and unwanted noise. The 12AT7 gives a lot more headroom.
Another thing, note that the low-cut/high-pass filter is not present. The web description along with the product box itself is wrong. Only the Mic Tube Solo has this feature and I would of actually bought the Mic Tube Solo had I known. Furthermore, there is no power switch, so the only way to power off is to unplug. The unit also gets hot where the tube is, so make sure you do not place anything on top of the preamp.
How does it sound?
Honestly, the change is subtle. This is a good thing though. I find myself using this preamp more as my DI box then a preamp. I think the reason being is because at this price range, the "warmth" that many of us seek, is not easily attainable though entry level hardware. What I mean is that although Alesis is saying this is a "tube" preamp, it isn't 100% tube and adds quite a bit of distortion when the drive is turned up. However, this may be okay if you are plugging in a bass guitar and/or you are looking for that kind of sound.
Somebody posted in the GS forum:
"The solo has analog meters, all jacks on the rear, and a low cut filter. The duo does not have any of those features."
So therefore you may want to consider the solo if you are unsure about really needing 2 channels. Overall, this unit is just okay and I think that it wouldn't hurt to buy it and check out what it has to offer.
The only caveat I will add is that there is no on/off button. You have to plug it in to use it and un-plug it to turn it off. Rather annoying, but not that big of deal.