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  • TomTom

    American Audio Q-D5 MKIIPublished on 05/27/08 at 09:29
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - Is the rack? Yes
    - The effects section is it integrated? Not
    - 2-channel mixable
    - 6 inputs (2 phono, 2 line, 2 in)
    - 1 microphone input with talk-over
    - Controls: Gain, Low, Medium
    - Acute with KILL (100%)
    - Fader Q start (sync with readers and AMERICAN AUDIO +)
    - Balanced Outputs
    - Dimensions in mm: 254 x 311 x 82.5
    - Weight: 3.0 Kg

    UTILIZATION

    - The general configuration is it simple? Yes
    - The usual functions are they easily accessible? Yes

    SOUNDS

    - The console is transparent? Yes
    - Introduced she breath? Not
    - The equalizer is effective? Yes ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    - What is so special that you love the most (q-start), the least?…
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    - Is the rack? Yes
    - The effects section is it integrated? Not
    - 2-channel mixable
    - 6 inputs (2 phono, 2 line, 2 in)
    - 1 microphone input with talk-over
    - Controls: Gain, Low, Medium
    - Acute with KILL (100%)
    - Fader Q start (sync with readers and AMERICAN AUDIO +)
    - Balanced Outputs
    - Dimensions in mm: 254 x 311 x 82.5
    - Weight: 3.0 Kg

    UTILIZATION

    - The general configuration is it simple? Yes
    - The usual functions are they easily accessible? Yes

    SOUNDS

    - The console is transparent? Yes
    - Introduced she breath? Not
    - The equalizer is effective? Yes ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    - What is so special that you love the most (q-start), the least? ----
    - How would you rate the quality / price? An expensive but can good quality product
    - With experience, you do again this choice? Yes
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  • Scope44Scope44

    American Audio Q-D5 MKIIPublished on 06/06/08 at 08:00
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Table of range (I paid 180 new)
    2-way
    Line 2 input
    2 phono / Aux
    1 Master output XLR
    1 x RCA Master
    1 x RCA REC (practical register on a pc)
    1 microphone input jack
    1 headphone output Jack
    3-band EQ with kill function (very effective)

    Optical Crossfader

    see data sheet for the rest

    UTILIZATION

    I use it for a year, I started mixing and scratching it. It's a good table for beginners, especially since it is not CHRE. Gnrale configuration is very simple, standard trs.

    Crossfader optics, quality trs average, cut 1 mm (configuration scratch), but becomes less and less flexible over time, even in the cleaner. In addition, the knob is easily bar when I scratch. …
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    Table of range (I paid 180 new)
    2-way
    Line 2 input
    2 phono / Aux
    1 Master output XLR
    1 x RCA Master
    1 x RCA REC (practical register on a pc)
    1 microphone input jack
    1 headphone output Jack
    3-band EQ with kill function (very effective)

    Optical Crossfader

    see data sheet for the rest

    UTILIZATION

    I use it for a year, I started mixing and scratching it. It's a good table for beginners, especially since it is not CHRE. Gnrale configuration is very simple, standard trs.

    Crossfader optics, quality trs average, cut 1 mm (configuration scratch), but becomes less and less flexible over time, even in the cleaner. In addition, the knob is easily bar when I scratch. the crossfader is aging badly, after a year of intensive use (minimum 1 hour scratch / day), rpond less efficiently and do more as short cut.

    The faders are mdiocres their rponse is not linear, and few prcise. However, they are flexible trs, trs but seem fragile.

    The knobs are however good quality with good precision and good positioning on the table. The kill function is apprciable.
    The usual functions are quickly assimilated.

    The manual is in English only, but is relatively clear.

    SOUNDS

    The good of the table: the sound. For an entry-level, it has a trs good sound, clean. The qualiseurs are truly effective and prcis. There is no breath.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a year.
    What I like most is its sound and many outputs.
    Before you write this opinion, I have a test TTM56 Rane, a Tascam XS8, a Numark DXM 06, a Numark DXM Pro, and Ecler Hak 320.
    The ratio quality price is right, we must not expect a monster for that price l.
    With exprience, and for the use I make (mix, scratch, beat juggling), I turned to a plutt stanton SA3, or a more upscale product used.
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