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dj.Anonym67 dj.Anonym67
Published on 09/28/05 at 07:38
Value For Money : Excellent
Nothing when plugging it felt to have changed amp and speaker! Sound too good! RCA and XLR outputs of équalizeurs full cut and a sublime supperb hit the fader which besides if failure not be replaced by an Ecler see a vestax with a little know-how, the cross is strong you can torture him with a p'tit cleaning from time to time it will last 2 years ... basically a good value for money especially when connaient have the reputation of Tascam for that sound quality and durability that!

UTILIZATION

The manual have never been opened, the positioning of faders, cross fader were équaizeur do not do lightly, a table for little hands like large fingers it is not close ... in short, perfect on this side!

SOUNDS

No breath, équalizeur sublime through even the REC output ... it is even possible to increase the volume (by means of small bars) output on RCA and XLR are the ones who master two separate ... as said top ... What happiness!

OVERALL OPINION

I soon since 3 years, what I like most is its sound, the extra entries and made what is vraimment complete! The least I would say the cross faders and when memes that are less robust than those of a vestax.J AIS tried many tables before Vestax, Pioneer, Ecler, Technics and Gémini...Qualité / price I prefer to Ecler HAK to and I think I would do the same choice, but the next cross- Vestax fader will be a
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