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Yahama GO46 vs M-Audio DMP3 ???

Discussion in 'Recording' started by stax, Nov 21, 2006.

  1. stax

    stax Active Member

    Hi. Hope someone can help me.
    I have to record a harpsichord and a cello with a very low budget. I would like to replace two very cheap Behringer MIC200 with a M-Audio DMP3 or a Yahama GO46 (for Eur. 200) (I already own an ESI U24 soundcard which is not bad in my opinion). Have someone tried the GO46? I can't find any spec on the web but seems interesting.
    Bye and thank you, Luca
  2. Scoobie

    Scoobie Active Member

    For low budget pre's,the DMP3 is a good choice. I'm sure it is alot better than the B'ringer one that you have now. That was one of my first pre's that I bought. It served me well for a budget pre.

    I've never used the GO46 that you asked about.

  3. ShellTones

    ShellTones Guest

    Haven't heard the Yamaha, but the DMP3 is a very good clean budget pre--way better than the Behringer mixer I once had and better for acoustic guit than the Meek VC1Q I once had. I even choose it over my Sebatron for acou guit depending on what sound I'm seeking.
  4. stax

    stax Active Member

    Woow... Thank you very much for the replays, guys!
    So seem to me that the DMP3 is a good choice but do you have other preamps to recommend in this price?

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