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Behringer ADA8000 Ultragain Pro-8 A/D/A Converter   

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The Behringer ADA8000 Ultragain Pro-8 A/D/A Converter is a state-of-the-art 8-channel A/D/A converter with built-in phantom-powered Invisible Microph...Click To Read More About This Product

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8 A/D/A converters and mic preamps in one ADAT-ready unit.

The Behringer ADA8000 Ultragain Pro-8 A/D/A Converter is a state-of-the-art 8-channel A/D/A converter with built-in phantom-powered Invisible Microphone Preamplification (IMP) mic preamps. You can connect analog audio signals directly to a multitrack recorder or similar equipment via the integrated ADAT interface”and it takes up only one rackspace. It will even connect the digital signal of a multitracker via ADAT to the 8 line outputs of the ADA8000. Selectable signal conversion allows processing at 44.1kHz or 48kHz with 24-bit resolution. The ADAT I/O can be operated independently with an identical word clock signal.

FEATURES
  • 8 channels
  • 24-bit A/D/A converters
  • Processes 44.1 and 48kHz sample rates
  • Studio-grade IMP mic preamps
  • Phantom power
  • Optical ADAT I/O
  • External sample rate synchronization via word clock or ADAT input
  • ADAT input can be routed to all line outputs
  • Mic/line inputs are routed to ADAT output
  • Master/locked (slave) LED display

Excellent preamplification and conversion for any environment. Order now.

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BehringerADA8000 Ultragain Pro-8 A/D/A Converter
 
4.3

(based on 33 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

have owned it for 5 trouble free years

Kinda have to shake my head with all the negative reviews of this gear. Or maybe it's a fluke and I got a good one! For the money this thing can't be beat....Read complete review

Kinda have to shake my head with all the negative reviews of this gear. Or maybe it's a fluke and I got a good one! For the money this thing can't be beat. I use it with a M-Audio projectmix I/O to get 16 inputs and 12 outputs. That's enough to track anything I can fit in my little studio. I find the mic pre's are just fine for my project studio and the box is exactly what I needed to get the flexibility of all the a-d and d-a. Buckle this up to an iMac with Pro tools and I have a very flexible recording environment where I can send a discreet monitor mix to 6 different floor monitors/headphones in addition to the control room feed and still have the analog outs of the M-Audio box sitting there unused!

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Not worth the risk

I originaly bought this thinking that it would be a great deal and get me through until I could afford a Firepod, DigiMAX, or higher. What I did not realize is that the...Read complete review

I originaly bought this thinking that it would be a great deal and get me through until I could afford a Firepod, DigiMAX, or higher. What I did not realize is that the cheap transformer would cause the meltdown of 4 capacitors and ultimately the loss of a recording deal in the middle of tracking.Some may say that it was due to my power source, but the piece spent it's entire lifetime in a power conditioned rack case in my studio.A word on the preamps: I was using a Monster Cable lightpipe and an EM-U 1820M processor and still, every single mic had a strange hissing noise. Not only that, but when trying to set tracking levels with the gain, I could only turn each knob 1-2 times before it would clip.Only if you are in dire need for a temporary preamp would I hardly suggest this purchase. Trust me, there is a reason for the price gap between this and the Firepod. With Behringer, you definitely get what you pay for.

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

have owned it for 5 trouble free years

By JAB

from Nashville, TN

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Pros

  • Clear Sound
  • Easy To Use
  • Powerful
  • Professional Functions
  • Versatile

Cons

  • None

Best Uses

  • Home Studio
  • Professional Recording

Comments about Behringer ADA8000 Ultragain Pro-8 A/D/A Converter:

Kinda have to shake my head with all the negative reviews of this gear. Or maybe it's a fluke and I got a good one! For the money this thing can't be beat. I use it with a M-Audio projectmix I/O to get 16 inputs and 12 outputs. That's enough to track anything I can fit in my little studio. I find the mic pre's are just fine for my project studio and the box is exactly what I needed to get the flexibility of all the a-d and d-a. Buckle this up to an iMac with Pro tools and I have a very flexible recording environment where I can send a discreet monitor mix to 6 different floor monitors/headphones in addition to the control room feed and still have the analog outs of the M-Audio box sitting there unused!

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Cheap but effective

By Matty-sLMvS

from Nashville, TN

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Pros

  • Cheap

Cons

  • Bad Sounding Preamps
  • Cheap knobs
  • Just sounds flat

Best Uses

  • Amateur Recording
  • Home Studio
  • Performances

Comments about Behringer ADA8000 Ultragain Pro-8 A/D/A Converter:

Got two of these for my Profire 2626. While many will kindly describe these "Preamps" as "Transparent", I call them flat and ugly. Honestly, do not use these if you want a professional, stackable mix. Tracks recorded using the Behringer preamps will blend and sound like a muddy mess. However, for [$] this thing gives you a bunch of inputs.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Sweet Music!

By LaSoniaD

from Little Rock, AR

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Comments about Behringer ADA8000 Ultragain Pro-8 A/D/A Converter:

I currently am using 2 ADA8000 with an m audio profire 2626 while running Pro Tools 9 and it works and sound great. The ADA8000 comes with both Adat I/O and it also can be used as a master or slave with my profire 2626 which is nice. I have my keyboards, piano, mv8800, and sound modules contacted to to the ADA8000 via mixer and my music sounds very clean and clear. I highly recommend the Adat Preamp for anyone on a studio budget it offers more feature than many other Adat Preamp. For instance the M audio Octane only has Adat output.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great piece!

By Netman

from Central Pa

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Comments about Behringer ADA8000 Ultragain Pro-8 A/D/A Converter:

People having problems with noise and Behringer products might want to use a different outlet. I have used Behringer stuff and never had a noise problem. This thing does exactly what it promises with no muss and no fuss. Great Sonics but you have to set it up right!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Review

By Chako

from Chicago

Comments about Behringer ADA8000 Ultragain Pro-8 A/D/A Converter:

I bought the ADA8000 along with the extended warranty over two years ago and got a lot of good use out of it along with my DIGI 001. Unfortunately in the last few months, it has developed an awful popping/clicking problem when it's set as the master clock, and I need to replace it. Basically I got what I paid for, I guess for the price you can buy one of these every 2-3 years and it's still a good value.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Save Your Money

By Macfan3000

from St. Louis, MO

Comments about Behringer ADA8000 Ultragain Pro-8 A/D/A Converter:

I bought the ADA 8000 less than a year ago and already it stopped working. I tried to get it fixed but I registered it later than the time, so behringer did nothing. From the begining I never was thrilled with it, the mic pres sounded weak and tinny. I had heard about bad experiences with behringer products before I bought it but couldn't afford the presonus at the time. So save your money for the class "A" mic pres and you will be much happier with the sound you get.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Quiet and good sounding Mic Preamps

By AHA Studio

from Los Angeles

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Comments about Behringer ADA8000 Ultragain Pro-8 A/D/A Converter:

Good quality Mic preamps. Low Noise. And even though it is designed to ONLY work Analog to ADAT and vice versa - one optical cable changes that from analog to analog. Just connect the ADAT out to the ADAT in. It works. Amazing value for 8 Mic preamps. Enjoy.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

watch your sample rate

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Behringer ADA8000 Ultragain Pro-8 A/D/A Converter:

great product for the money...says what it does and does what it says. But beware folks this runs at a low sample rate 44 etc. not 96 like a digi max...which people can't seem to get that they are both running at a different rate and both work great at the rate they run at but don't expect one to do the others job....and mind you if you do run at 96 the digimax is has way better pre's

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

YESSSSS

By Texman-0hwQA

from Chama, NM

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Comments about Behringer ADA8000 Ultragain Pro-8 A/D/A Converter:

I bought the ADA8000 to get 8 more channels (optical) into my 002 interface. The unit works as advertised, and I am very satisfied with the relative transparency of the preamps. I use these channels for drums, compressed before going through the ADA8000. I don't compress the overheads and they sparkle nicely with clear definition throughout the low-mids to highs. I have used a couple of channels for acoustic guitar tracks and I have no real complaints about the quality of sound, although the tracks sound slightly brittle, but in mixing, with a little tube compression they smooth out. I gave the unit 10 stars across the board because I found the unit exceeded my expectations. Buy it!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Piece of Junk

By bubba

from Idaho

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Comments about Behringer ADA8000 Ultragain Pro-8 A/D/A Converter:

This thing works, but makes noise, which is intollorable for recording purposes. Maybe mine is defective, but I have yet to purchase any Bhringer gear that doesn't make noise (a slight hiss) when I cannot use during recording, making this thing junk/trash as it is unusable. I wanted to use it for 16 inputs (8-adat in) into my foxtex recorder. It hooks up with no problems like promised, but has a slight hiss.

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