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Blue, 2-Channel Mixer from Intimidation.


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  • Manufacturer: Intimidation
  • Model: Blue
  • Category: 2-Channel Mixers
  • Added in our database on: 02/08/2012

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Intimidation Blue user reviews

Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 2 reviews )
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kant12/16/2012

kant's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Intimidation Blue
From the time that I expected it to be by reference number AF, it was necessary that I stick a notice!
19-4U (5U prvoir for the rear connectors)
Among 2 phono and 2 line among RCA
1 post and 1 back effect on RCA
a record output and a monitor output on RCA
A stro master output to mono RCA or XLR with a screw that serves as the attenuator (limiter) to calm the DJ too deaf
EQ bass mid high (with kill switch) panoramic (not balance then you will understand) and gain between the 2 channels
Crossfade with punch in and punch out on each channel
A pre-listening headphones

This table possde a fairly new diagram. Dj no phono / line switch is that if you sent a CD and vinyl on the same track, the 2 sources will be shuffled (beware mishandling). Moreover the stro incoming signals are to be somms traits in mono to routing to stro bus (rec, monitor, master). The panoramic thus serves the summons sent the signal stro leftmost or rightmost while keeping the totality of the signal. It also has panoramic particularity of not playing on the low frequencies, which proves to be very useful not to lose power when one wants to give an effect "rotary speaker".


USE

19 "4U for 2 channels is rather spacious. So room between the knobs to work even with sausage Morteaux instead of fingers. Hip-Hop DJs, go your way. Your 2 MK2 will be too loignes the 70mm faders too long, and the curve of the crossfade is very very soft.
on the other hand for techno is ideal.
The curves of the faders are ADAPTS to mix gently.
The gain only feature on the tracks is sufficient either on among lines or phono.
Punch in and punch out keys (to bypass the crossfade) are gadgets that are not found on mixers today.
The beautiful view -meter blue LEDs indicates the level post EQ for each channel. No VU meter output.


SONORITS

We can not talk about big slap in the output console. Besides, if the screw attnuation was a good idea, it is useless on this console.
The EQ is very effective and everyone take great band frequency drives (rather large Q).



NOTICE GLOBAL

It's been over 15 years that I know of that table. I had had a First in 1996 or 97. It was worth SECOND 4500Fr then in 1999 or 2000 for 2000Fr. Besides the SECOND n'tait not quite the same (diffrente screen printing, led red saturation instead of blue). Before I was mixing on the TSB Gemini. Since I mix on DJM, Xone ...
I may be wrong but I think it was the first (if not the One of the first) to propose minus infinity on EQ and the era I found agnial.
This table was entirely t think for techno DJ (no between micro, kill function on the EQ, 70mm faders).


+ She has the mouth
+ Quality flexible faders (never a grsillement for all these years)
+ Manufacturing quality (made in UK)
+ Originality mimic the era well suited for techno evenings

- The external power supply that can easily dbrancher
- 10.5V AC transformer (not really a standard)
- Lack of output level
- Line / phono switch missing

You all know a grateux who always has his first guitar and do not want to get Sparer even if he does not play it. Well voil that represents the table for me ...
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kant12/16/2012

kant's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" UFO at the time"

Intimidation Blue
From the time I was expecting it to be referenced on AF, it was necessary that I glue comments!
Format 19 ¨ 4U (5U provide connectors for rear)
2 phono and 2 line inputs on RCA
1 post and 1 return effect on RCA
record output and a monitor output on RCA
A stereo RCA master output on XLR or mono with a screw that serves attenuator (limiter) to calm a little too deaf DJ
Bass mid high EQ (with kill switch), pan (not balance then you will understand), and gain input on 2 channels
Crossfade with punch in and punch out on each channel
Pre-listening headphones

This table has a mimic quite original. Already there is no phono / line, ie if you send a CD and vinyl on the same track, the two sources are mixed (beware mishandling). More incoming stereo signals are summed to mono to be treated routing to Stereo (rec, monitor, master). The pan is then sent to the summation of the stereo signal leftmost or rightmost while keeping the entire signal. This pan also has the distinction of not playing on the low frequencies, which proves very useful not to lose power when one wants to give an effect "rotary speaker".

UTILIZATION

19 "4U for 2 channels is rather spacious. So the space between the knobs to work even with Morteaux sausages instead of fingers. DJs Hip-Hop, go your way. 2 MK2 Your are too far , 70mm faders too long, and crossfade curve is very very soft.
on the other hand for techno is ideal.
Fader curves are well suited to mix gently.
Headroom on tracks is sufficient that either phono or line inputs.
Keys punch in and punch out (for short crossfade) are gadgets that you can not find on Mixers today.
Saw the pretty blue LED-meter to indicate the level post EQ for each channel. No meter output.

SOUNDS

We can not talk about slap in the console output. Moreover if the screw mitigation was a good idea, it is useless on this console.
The EQ is very effective and a great pull each frequency band (Q large enough).

OVERALL OPINION

It's been over 15 years since I know this table. I had had a first in 1996 or 97. It was worth 4500Fr then a second in 1999 or 2000 for 2000Fr. Moreover, the second was not quite the same (different screen, saturation LED red instead of blue). Before I was mixing on the TSB Gemini. Since I mixed on DJM, Xone ...
I may be wrong but it seems to me that this was the first (if not one of the first) to offer less infinite on EQ, and at the time I thought it was awesome.
This table was entirely designed for DJ techno (no microphone input, depending on the kill EQ, faders 70mm).


+ She has the mouth
+ Quality, flexibility faders (never a sizzling all these years)
+ Build quality (made in UK)
+ Originality of synoptic suitable at the time for techno parties

- The external power supply can be disconnected easily
- 10.5 V AC transformer (not really a standard)
- Lack of output level
- Switch line / phono missing

You all know that one grateux always his first guitar and do not want to part with even though he no longer plays it. Well that's what this table represents for me ...
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