This review will cover the various ways you can use the unit as well as how I like to use it for podcasting. If you are a musician, singer, or guitarist you will get some use out of this review also. Please also note that I paid full retail price for this unit and it was not free or a gift in exchange for any review. The Behringer Ultragain Preamp is a dual channel microphone and line preamp. This means you can run any type of microphone into it.
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The Bias Mini is an amp modeler. The MIC adds sufficient warmth and sizzle that an amp modeler cannot give you. Although I will use this pre-amp for other instruments when recording, I will not use it on vocals.
These statements are nonsense. Who cares whether Behringer decided to dramatize the tube-look by installing lights behind it? Hissing is a natural by-product of tubes when pushing them. Any minor hiss generated, if at all, will be lost in the mix. However, I have heard of professional studios using Behringer gear and this particular tube pre-amp. I worked in the music industry for three decades. All good stuff. But when Behringer hit the market, they were ridiculed by established studio gear manufacturers because they feared the competition.
I now own a range of Behringer products after upgrading my gear because the price, quality and features are generally better than that of overpriced competitors, who by the way nowadays also manufacture in Asia. To date, only one Behringer product has had an issue.
The unit was replaced immediately. This unit comes in a 19" rack size. I use it for instruments for which it is serving its purpose really well.
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