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Rane Sixty-Two
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2-Channel Mixer from Rane belonging to the Sixty series.

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  • aitdaitd

    Excellent!

    Rane Sixty-TwoPublished on 04/12/12 at 05:14
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I will not do a copy / paste the Rane website.

    UTILIZATION

    For those who already know better or scratch live, which has a ttm57 ...
    it is very simple (even if a record in French have been good).

    SOUNDS

    The sound is really excellent, you can clearly hear a difference vis a vis the ttm57!
    filters and other effects are incorporated, but not the best on the market, very friendly and very easy to set ... over all the effects can also walk in without analog computer and a side that's practical.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for one day ... then it is hot, but I'm on it non-stop!

    I've owned or tested nearly every market 2-way table:
    Gemini, numark, technics, pi…
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    I will not do a copy / paste the Rane website.

    UTILIZATION

    For those who already know better or scratch live, which has a ttm57 ...
    it is very simple (even if a record in French have been good).

    SOUNDS

    The sound is really excellent, you can clearly hear a difference vis a vis the ttm57!
    filters and other effects are incorporated, but not the best on the market, very friendly and very easy to set ... over all the effects can also walk in without analog computer and a side that's practical.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for one day ... then it is hot, but I'm on it non-stop!

    I've owned or tested nearly every market 2-way table:
    Gemini, numark, technics, pioneer, vestax, rodec, ecler, allen & heath ...

    I can not speak too complex and that this table is a small bomb ...
    It almost everything and it just with a computer (exit controllers and other sound card)
    see for two pairs.
    short for me this table a must see in what exists today in the universe rane / serato,
    a kind of supercharged ttm57 as I already have said in the forum.

    All Good!

    Are only real drawback is its price is really too high especially for us European:
    $ 1900 it is 1900 € ... WHAT TO NORMAL!
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