Yahama GO46 vs M-Audio DMP3 ???

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

  1. stax

    stax Active Member

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    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

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    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.

    Peace...........Scoobie
     
  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

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    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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