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Note moyenne :5.0( 5/5 sur 2 avis )
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Rapport qualité/prix : Excellent
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L'avis de rbo"haute qualité"

Great River MP-500NV
préampli micro à transistor
ce modèle est detiné à être inséré dans un rack 500 API. ce format apporte de nombreux avantages, à commencer par le gain de place.
destiné à la préamplification de signaux micros, il excellera également en D.I pour une basse ou guitare électrique.
commandes disponibles : gain d'entrée, niveau de sortie, alimentation phantom, inverseur de phase, adaptateur d'impédance et bouton load, que l'on pourrait appeler bouton magique.


le potar de gain d'entrée est cranté et respire la solidité. à chaque cran, on fait gagner 5dB à notre signal, on peut ensuite affiner le niveau de sortie.
les deux vu-mètres (In et Out) sont très appréciables.


la qualité est superbe. très transparent, il donne du punch à la prise de son.
L'enclenchement du bouton Loading donne tout de suite une autre couleur, fantastique.


bon rapport qualité/prix. le format 500 devient de plus en plus intéressant.
si c'était à refaire, je reprendrai le même, même s'il prend deux emplacements dans le rack, c'est mérité.
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Great River MP-500NV
The Great River MP-500NV is analog solid state pre amplifier and direct input box.  The unit is very basic and simple to follow as it has the bare minimum.  It has XLR connections in the back of it and a Hi-Z 1/4 inch input for plugging your instrument directly in.  It isn't in a traditional rack mountable form and I believe Great River has a module that this will fit into.


Using the Great River MP-500NV is quite simple and won't present any problems for those who have experience with mic pres.  It simply has two knobs - one for gain and one for output cal in addition to buttons for polarity, phantom power, impedance, and loading.  Beyond this there isn't anything that you need to know about the MP-500NV in terms of configuration, so I don't think that a manual is really necessary.


The tone of the Great River MP-500NV is overall really great.  I love recording everything from vocals to drums through this as it has a fat tone that is perfect for getting a clean yet full bodied sound.  It is also a great sounding direct input box in general as it is just about as good as a DI box as any I have used.  While this isn't the most versatile mic pre in terms of parameters and knobs to play with, I find that the simplistic nature of the pre helps me to get a quick sound without having to worry about too many controls.


In my opinion, Great River is one of the best in the business when it comes to mic pres and the Great River MP-500NV falls right in line with their best gear.  Obviously this doesn't offer up the same features as some of their higher end outboard gear, if you are on a budget and looking for a great mic pre/DI box, there is no way that you can go wrong with the MP-500NV as it simply has a great tone quality.  While this might be too expensive for most home studio owners, it is still very reasonably priced for such a good sounding mic pre and I would highly recommend it for anyone looking in this market.