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Allen & Heath Xone:02 (Old Design)
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Allen & Heath Xone:02 (Old Design)

2-Channel Mixer from Allen & Heath belonging to the Xone series.

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Publié le 04/21/06 à 16:34
Below ...

UTILIZATION

Heuuu ... I did not say down?

SOUNDS

Almost ...

OVERALL OPINION

A Bomb scratch .......
the sound is really excellent and amplifier (even in the headphone)
Some small options that are not just a gimmick to make pretty, like:
The two-knob gain (line / phono) on every vote, allowing a SETTING THE all sources (I think it's unique in this table).
-XLR or RCA (on boot).
-The possibility to connect 4 lines (through switches) instead of 2lines phono and 2.
EQ and Pan-on mini fader, ideal for multiple rglage fast (hip hop, drum'n'bass ...)
Between micro-Double with EQ.
-A perfect finish both inside and outside!

Matos PRO has all the levels, there is a mile instead of a product Gmini, or numark stanton!

Currently for me one of the best touch with the scratch rane ttm 56 the scratch box, the vestax pmc 08 and ecler hak360!

PS: even if the ultimate in cross, is the "pro x fade" adaptable to all these big tables

So take as much (now) a table that we like and Aesthetics of good quality and not too expensive to cross the dmonique, rglabe on the opening of each cot indpendament and skiing, flexible or hard and with that it is guaranteed one year ... a killing!
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