Select and Compare: Behringer Ultragain Pro MIC2200 to the PreSonus DigiMax D8 8-Channel

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 Behringer Ultragain Pro MIC2200Let's get started by taking a close look at the Behringer Ultragain Pro MIC2200.

 PreSonus DigiMax D8 8-ChannelThe challenger is the PreSonus DigiMax D8 8-Channel. This is the second product on our list of reviews from PreSonus and this highlights the calibre of equipment these guys are creating and how quickly they are creating a name for themselves. Especially when you consider that PreSonus were only established in 1995 and the other companies on this list were founded in the 80’s or earlier.

Taking a closer look at the features of the PreSonus DigiMax D8 8-Channel

Releases from PreSonus have a great reputation for being robust, no-frills preamps that get the job done and the Digimax D8 is no exception. It is a powerful, hard-working unit that could easily support the needs of an entire home studio. This is due to its 8 channels and ultra-wide dynamic range. Also considering the price tag the PreSonus is outstanding value for money, genuine ‘bang for your buck’.


Behringer Ultragain Pro MIC2200

PreSonus DigiMax D8 8-Channel


+ Extremely professional and high quality preamp
+ One of the quietest units on the market
+ Adds a real warmth, depth and clarity to your output
+ Excellent LED display

+ Powerful and versatile unit
+ High quality preamp
+ Spectacular value for money
+ Works great at the center of a larger setup


An outstanding product. It’s hard to find such a quiet unit that adds such warmth and clarity yet the Ultragain Pro achieves this with ease. A best in class product and should be a mandatory purchase for anyone looking for professionalism and quality in their mix. Another terrific release from Behringer, as many reviews will agree with.

A wonderful unit, robust, powerful and versatile. For the modest price tag it supports a wide variety of systems and can be the centerpiece of your home studio. If you are looking for a powerful model that will do exactly what it says it does, minus a bank breaking price tag this is the unit for you.

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