Well stocked to handle input from many sources:
- 8 line
- 2 phono
- 1-way auxillaire
- Sending a return (loop) on the master to put a reverb chtite example ...
- 1 master
- 1 booth
- 1 rec
- 2-way EQ with "KILL" good, 3 pots (bass-mid-high) and three switch ... (If we drop the three pots are nothing comes out!)
- An auxiliary channel with a volume knob with no tone corrector.
- 2 channel microphone (with just one volume and one with low and high EQ)
- A single switch (rare enough to be reported)
- System listening think
- Listening but the AFL is in PFL bargraph
Despite the habit to see correction in vertical alignment, it is very quickly available to them horizontal and surtrout .... there is plenty of space between the knob!
The input selection switches are very hard so ... security, no bad manip ...
Fader side it can be a hard side it is flexible crossfader ...
For Gemini, good sound, clear ...
Really, really can breath in ...
The correction is good.
It's been five years since I use it incidentally in the second table and always nikel yet I took it out a lot notament outside, then put to the test ... and it does not move!
Even if it's a Gemini is strong which is not always the case with this brand.
I bought it at the time she was worth 2200FRS well, 5 years, no breaks!
See for yourself for the occasion ...