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SM Pro Audio equipment

Discussion in 'Recording' started by FlyBass, Apr 22, 2008.

  1. FlyBass

    FlyBass Active Member

    Is anyone familiar with the equipment this company makes?

    I'm starting to see their stuff available around here and on the web, but I don't know anything about them. Their stuff is priced very competitively and they can write a compelling sentence.

    I was looking at their headphone amplifier.
  2. RemyRAD

    RemyRAD Guest

    SM? Is that short for Sado Masochistic Pro audio? I haven't heard of them how have you heard of them? But then I don't listen to things much because I'm a recording engineer.

    NGFL Audio (Nice Girls Finish Last)
    Ms. Remy Ann David
  3. Cucco

    Cucco Distinguished Member

    What a concept! Mic preamps with alligator clip leads feeding 48VDC to nipple clamps...Self-flagelation with mic and instrument cables....Kind of gives the word "rack" a whole new meaning in this context, eh?

    SM Pro audio is one of those enigmatic companies - makes horribly inexpensive gear but has a pretty loyal following of happy customers. To me, it appears as though it's the more ethical version of Beh***ger.
  4. FlyBass

    FlyBass Active Member

    Thanks Cucco. I saw on their web site they were an Australian company, but I'm guessing they manufacture in China. They came out with a bunch of new gear this year.

    Remy, I wonder if the company should be called SM "Pro LE" Audio. You may not hear much about new gear, but I bet you know about s/m from being a recording engineer.
  5. Boswell

    Boswell Moderator Distinguished Member

    The only piece of SM Pro Audio gear I have is their M-Patch2, a passive stereo volume control and source selector with active headphone amp. I'm pretty pleased with it for the money (£80/$160).

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