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djsoundman djsoundman
Publié le 04/24/06 à 13:22
It possde everything a blender "scratch" must have. Small complment possible: a 4th channel, and a "punch" for the crossfader.

UTILIZATION

Trs-fast mixer, easy to CASC, everything is its place.

SOUNDS

It is certain that the PRO-SM3 has a sound all his own color .. lacks transparency, its function a little .. Parcontre the eq and "cuts" are trs prcis and effective. It is possible to cut everything with the EQ, and without touching the frquence neighbor. Among the best "cuts" on the march

OVERALL OPINION

I-5 PRO SM3 home, on a 10eine of mixers including COMPTITE ADJ Rane Stanton and Allen & Heat, and it is really my prfr. All functions and places their functional trs. I have my first PRO-SM3 for nearly 5 years and have participated in many national championship with, some silent jealous!
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