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Melvin Bloemsma

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opinions on DDA AMR24
« on: September 10, 2011, 12:10:20 pm »

hi folks

i dont know what section to aks this but i thought here would be good :o
i can get my hands on a DDA AMR24 (28X24) , in fact i only need to pick up the frame the channels are already in my posession ., i reckon a recap is in order to say the least , P&G blackwood faders on the channels ALPS on the monitor returns,  two powersuplies , it holds a couple of single , dual and a few quad ic's BUT, ..what are the opinions on this board, is it the poor mans neve as some say , in the trident 80B leauge ? or is it low profile like the amek angela , hendrix etc, ..if anyone has hands on experience on these boards i like to hear it.. ;D

thxn in advance!
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Re: opinions on DDA AMR24
« Reply #1 on: March 11, 2016, 04:32:05 pm »

I haven't really worked on Neves or Ameks - one thing I can tell you though is that I've worked on this desk for several years now, and to be perfectly honest - its preamps, couple with the EQ, would probably eat without salt a lot of modern day preamps that are being sold for a few hundred pounds each. Perhaps it's not "fat" or "bigger than life" like a Neve, or not as precise as an SSL, but in my opinion it would simply make you stop thinking as it will do the job straight away. The preamps are on the clean side but work really great on all sources, the routing options and the patch bay are really useful and you can do pretty much anything on the EQ. if it's not too pricey go for it.
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