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Allen & Heath Xone:42
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Allen & Heath Xone:42

4+ Channel Mixer from Allen & Heath belonging to the Xone series.

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Published on 07/21/14 at 10:50
see specifications xone 42 old design

UTILIZATION

the configuration of the mixer is a purified version of the xone 92. The key is present and everything falls to hand. The ergonomics of the table is well thought out. The pre-listening little be confusing at first, but we made it perfectly. The console is well built and cared for his inspired finishes sustainability over time.

SOUNDS

The sound of the table is equivalent to the incredible xone 92 but I find it a little less fine but it is only my personal opinion. The 3-band equalizer kill each ideal frequency to mix techno music / electro. Analog filters of high quality are perfect for a mix decorated.

OVERALL OPINION

I use this console for 5 months, I try other brands such as Numark, ecler, pioneer, Freevox. This table is of very good quality with basic functions but its upscale. After more advanced functions if you search you will see her big sister xone 92.

The price is justified given the overall quality of the table.
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