Reviews and Problems with Behringer MICROPHONO PP400
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Great little preamp
Chuck, B&H Photo
26 November 2014
Excerpt: Its quiet and worked well right out of the box. FOr the price, it cant be beat. I am fussy about audio quality, and I did note a small amount of hum about -55dB, but I had not taken the time to properly ground the preamp. Since the disk I was transferring did not have any content below about 70 Hz, I took the expedient route of applying a software FFT filter to remove everything below 65 Hz which killed the hum plus some low frequency turntable rumble.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Economical, Great Sound Quality
Excerpt: Modern A/V receivers no longer have phono input(s) with RIAA equalization. This little unit is a perfect way to add vinyl playback capability using turntables with moving magnet cartridges. My old and new LPs sound wonderful.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Great Sound Quality, Works Perfectly
Excerpt: Like others I bought a new receiver without a phono connection so I needed a pre-amp to listen to my records. This inexpensive little pre-amp works perfectly and makes the records sound great. Only hassle is that I either have to leave the pre-amp on all the time or disconnect it after each use.
Excerpt: its a simple straight forward product that does what you need it too. No complaints. Although i did wind up returning it because i figured out that i didn't need it in the first place in order to hook my record player up to my stereo.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Great Sound Quality, Heavy Duty, Simple controls, Sturdy Design
Excerpt: All I want to say the product exceeded my expectations.Some off the reviews that I read sounded like the buyer wasn't too happy about the product.I bought the product because I wasn't able to listen to my LPs or 45 records.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Good Power Output, Great Sound Quality