What is Alto?

Discussion in 'Mixing & Song Critique' started by robchittum, Sep 2, 2003.

  1. robchittum

    robchittum Guest

    I'm in the market for a budget, but usable headphone amp. I have a rolls HA43 (four channel) which I'm wanting to upgrade from slightly. I don't want to pay $300 for a 4 channel that will likely get stepped on by the next punk band that walks into my little basement home studio. Anyway, I searched e-bay and discovered a decent looking amp, but have never heard of the "maker" - obviously made in China. Did any of you see or hear this unit at the Namm Show, or know anything about it. It's either this, B****** (puke), or Samson (second puke). Thanks, Rob

  2. Eddie

    Eddie Guest

    That "B" one is actually a very good unit for your needs.
  3. sheet

    sheet Well-Known Member

    May 28, 2003
    Kansas City, KS
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    Alto is an Italian alternative to Behringer. It is distirbuted in the US solely by the Yorkville distributor. Yorkville also owns ART, which has an ok headphone amp/mixer. Furman's are about bullet proof.
  4. Aziel

    Aziel Guest

    Well, i dont like at all the "B" products,,,but, to be honest, i have a "B" headphone amp from them and it`s very good...never had problem with it...of course, stay away of the pre`s and that kind of stuff... ;)
  5. pmolsonmus

    pmolsonmus Well-Known Member

    Jun 23, 2003
    I use 2 Furman 6 channel rack mounts in a school setting ( equivalent to many punk bands) :D and they've held up nicely. I think they were only slightly more than $300 for 6 channels

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