« Good console but lack qqs stuff ... »Publié le 09/21/10 à 09:59
4 stereo inputs, switchable phono or line
4 mic inputs
These 8 inputs have bass settings - medium - high enough effective, + / - 12 dB
There is a DJ mic inputs with no gain, but with an equalizer and a 3-way auto talk over very well.
The PFL section is not very practical, it is via a rotary knob on the stereo channels only and on both trips. The PFL + when doing: she appears on the meter center, which may seem convenient to adjust the gains, but I can not find terrible because there was not a view that time on output level.
On mine, the crossfader was tired after a few years, but there is a spare part for a pittance.
The 5 microphone inputs and two outputs of the amplifier are symmetrical.
There are two separate outputs that are very useful when you must feed one side of the dancefloor and the other the dining room.
Sound level, if properly set, it does not introduce breath on the line inputs. On the mic, it may be present at low levels.
Personally, I always use 80% of its maximum and it poses no problem.
It seems a bit expensive given its functions, but it's a very good standard for the entry level.
The silver4 is a bit more comprehensive and largely overcomes the shortcomings of small Silver2 for 50aine of € more. But in this price range, the choice is already beginning to be a little wider.