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Millenia Media Quad vs Millennia HV-3D 4-Channel Multi-Channel Preamps
Old 8th November 2015
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Millenia Media Quad vs Millennia HV-3D 4-Channel

Hello

I often use a Millenia Media Quad mic preamp specially feeding a Schoeps CMC5/MK-4 on classic guitars i never used the more modern Millennia HV-3D 4-Channels but what i see is that the oldest quad is better constructed having the power supply apart in other box so i just wonder if the newer version sounds exactly the same as the Quad version

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My guess is no. I have 3D and 3B preamps. The 3Bs seem rolled off compared to the 3D. Both are stunningly true to the source; we are splitting hairs here. But that's the difference I hear between 2 sets of very similar Millennia preamps.
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My guess is no. I have 3D and 3B preamps. The 3Bs seem rolled off compared to the 3D. Both are stunningly true to the source; we are splitting hairs here. But that's the difference I hear between 2 sets of very similar Millennia preamps.

I´m pretty shure that both share the same circuitery ...but the construction of the quad is better as the power supply goes apart..
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