Wow, I just heard the Millennia M-2b is discontinued for good, no more made. If I won the lottery I would have 24 channels of those and call it completed. They are simply outstanding. I feel blessed to have at least 2 channels. I guess I have what will go down as one of the worlds most amazing preamps. The M-2b are now Vintage.
Authentic Transparency for Unrestricted Creativity
- Continuously variable gain control
- Selectable DC-coupled ribbon mic path with +10dB gain boost setting
- +48V phantom power
- -14 dB Pad
- 12VDC to 15VDC operation - 90VAC to 240VAC line lump power supply (12V output) included
$1,330.99 US Street Price
Hi All,can you help me with advise or experience,the sonic difference between the Millennia NSEQ-4 and CharterOak PEQ1.
The NSEQ-4 is twice in price.
I looking for a Mastering EQ.
Thank's in advance
I have an opportunity to purchase a used Millennia Origin from a local studio. I have lusted for one of those puppies for the longest time, the guy is asking $2200, which isn't too far out there from what I've seen on flea-Bay.
I want to use it for VO work and have been looking at a used UA 6176 ($1800, same dude), as well.
I have read that the 6176 seems to have a rep for being 'dark' on male voices, and at the same time
Does anyone on here know how the Millennia TD-1 compares to the UA Solo 610? I will be mainly using the DI for bass and guitars and maybe vocals through the pre.
My current setup is a Focusrite Liquid Channel, UA Solo 610 and Focusrite ISA One digital. I have been using either the Liquid Channel or UA Solo 610 as my vocal pre and the ISA One for guitars. I use the Solo 610 for bass.
M-2b and this is so big and beautiful, who needs s e x . I need the other half of the stellar combo to be at peace with my wife now. She keeps hearing me howl Millennia at night and wonders who I am drooling about.:cool:
I just watched the entire video on the HV-3R to fully understand what its all about.
My M-2b arrived today! Its been a long 8 years wanting one of the Millennia's. Ever since a dealer described Millennia pre's as boring and clinical sounding, it made me want one more. Clinical spelled the truth, plus, I always thought that this opinion was partially due to the razer sound digital audio had in the early 90's. ITB has come miles further in sound quality but I still think it will always be missing a personally appealing distortion and headroom unique to high end analog. DAW's lack personality so I think we need to use tubes to help it get there..
I am a studio guy, and have primarily worked in Rock/Pop. However, as of late I have been getting a lot of classical work (usually baroque - small string section, and a loud soprano), and I'd like to do more, so I'm looking at getting some more appropriate gear (I'm currently getting by with loose ends from my studio - Focusrites ISA's and Neumann KM184s). Here are my questions:
1) I have the opportunity to buy a pair of B&K 4007's for $1600. Thoughts?
2) Millennia M2-B versus HV-3C?
wow, pretty nice sounding eq. doesn't sound anything like the stock version. very sweet midrange, actually sounds sweet all around. Just had a listen to Dave Mcnair's and was quite impressed. Pick up a used one and pop in the $800 board and you've got a nice eq.
I record primarily acoustic material--guitar, violin, mandolin, National steel guitar--but also electric bass and guitar and lap steel, and I use a Fantom X8 for sequencing.