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Mic Pre DI Comparison BAE, Chandler Ltd, Aurora GTQ and Countryman
Old 20th October 2013
  #1
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Mic Pre DI Comparison BAE, Chandler Ltd, Aurora GTQ and Countryman

Hey,

I made a quick DI test with following Pres: BAE 1073 MP, Chandler LTD, Aurora GTQ and a Countryman into the GTQ and Countryman direct into the Apogee IO Line and gained via variable gain in Maestro so I could get a clean DI without Pre coloration.
I think its very interesting because there are big differences in the DI which show the flavor of each Preamp more drastically.
Hope you ll find it helpfull

1. BAE DI->Apogee IO
2. Chandler DI->Apogee IO
3. GTQ DI->Apogee IO
4. Countryman direct into Apogee IO
5. Countryman ->GTQ->Apogee IO



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Attached Files

BAE DI.wav (3.05 MB, 314 views)

Chandler DI.wav (3.05 MB, 256 views)

GTQ DI(2).wav (3.05 MB, 262 views)

DI-Symphony Line DI.wav (3.05 MB, 201 views)

CountryMan-GTQ DI.wav (3.05 MB, 259 views)

Old 3rd November 2013
  #2
Nice. Thanks. Ill check it out when I get home. I already have the chandler and have been very curious about the aurora and bae
Old 4th November 2013
  #3
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Thanks for the simple and revealing test.
I prefer the sound of the di going into the pre. I know my Bae and Chandler di's suck, compared to my passive radial going into the mic in of either of them.
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