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Vestax PMC-07 Pro ISP
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Vestax PMC-07 Pro ISP

2-Channel Mixer from Vestax belonging to the PMC series.

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tonioux tonioux
Publié le 06/14/06 à 07:04
A table rack, two-way jack connector (RCA shame the ais is better you have to buy the right cables) console not numrique

UTILIZATION

Beginners to use fairly complex but after 10 minutes everything works like clockwork

SOUNDS

Perfect ... not a breath ... vestax's what!

OVERALL OPINION

Its been a year now I have and it is great especially for the sessions! dja possdant a pmc pr 7 and my ERRF TTM56 is the top one in session over a box with good rhythms (thanks to jack plug more adapted a must in short, a good mixer! with an even stronger cross the TTM56 (yes I swear!) and my 7 pmc pro tou court but the big problem is the budget (yes its the APRS PORTFOLIO puts you in the closet for a year!) but I do not regret it at all!
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