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Chesley / Freevox SYLVER 6500
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  • Yann-LoicYann-Loic

    Chesley / Freevox SYLVER 6500Published on 04/06/09 at 04:24
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Piggable 19 "(standard) is a 7-channel stereo with 5 + 1 as auxiliary stereo, 2 masters + Balance slider equipped stereo / mono, 1 stereo booth.

    The connectors are the choice of microphones unbalanced and XLR jack or Balanced XLR and in any NEUTRICK (to ensure quality long-term)

    Each slice has several selectable inputs and a very precise adjustment of gain + acute + low + medium + an adjustable stereo aux departure as well.
    The sliders are of type long line and "logarithmic" meaning that the first 10 cm are very accurate and last 2 or 3 give all the sins which allows micro-cuts on the music despite the length.

    All other inputs on RCA and from below (but the entries are all the sa…
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    Piggable 19 "(standard) is a 7-channel stereo with 5 + 1 as auxiliary stereo, 2 masters + Balance slider equipped stereo / mono, 1 stereo booth.

    The connectors are the choice of microphones unbalanced and XLR jack or Balanced XLR and in any NEUTRICK (to ensure quality long-term)

    Each slice has several selectable inputs and a very precise adjustment of gain + acute + low + medium + an adjustable stereo aux departure as well.
    The sliders are of type long line and "logarithmic" meaning that the first 10 cm are very accurate and last 2 or 3 give all the sins which allows micro-cuts on the music despite the length.

    All other inputs on RCA and from below (but the entries are all the same accessible) and the masters of the era are also on RCA and therefore unfortunately not symmetrical.

    All channels (including the return AUX) profits of an assignment to A MASTER or B or 2. This allows among other things of multicasting with 2 different music programs or as example you can delete the cab pickups back to avoid feedback when ... It is an option rather rare and when it was, there is always an application.

    UTILIZATION

    On the table, everything is simple!

    Everything is nicely spaced, even pre-plays are well located and indicated more with an LED.
    The LED bar automatically affect one to preview in court. All channels including MASTER PFL can be mixed in every way since his cursor button.

    The manual is very well done too.

    SOUNDS

    Despite the unbalanced outputs not, the table provides a good dynamic.
    In comparison with my ECLER SCLAT 8, she did not blush.

    Very little breath. The 0db is actually measured and reported each master can mount up to +6 db gain.
    The preamps are good enough. We need to hang before saturating.

    The EQUASIS + / - 15db cut cleanly without drooling to frequencies higher than or as low to medium-low.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Hello.

    I use this table now for 10 years knowing that at the time, I had bought secondhand. It still works perfectly. It is to say the build quality of the brand at that time still very French!

    Reliability side, only the cross-fader did not take too long and requires more maintenance but it can also come from the fact that I do not use it. However, it still works.

    Since the time, just a dusting of sliders and other lubrication and it leaves for 1 year sliding flexible.
    very nice and sturdy. It's Freevox!

    His weak point of the time anyway, no balanced output. Everything is done only via RCA and below (not back) but then racking required inputs are still accessible easily.

    Small +:
    She has as much of the time table of "START" for 4 channels but rather inserted button on the knob.
    2 Inter microphones may cut routes to avoid the systematic manipulation of the sliders.
    The Inter / off switch is on the front but it is very rigid and stuck in a corner to avoid false manipulation.
    Freevox typical thing, it also has 2 REC mode. One with a microphone and one without which avoids the DJ's voice while recording.
    Finally, it also has a stereo BOOTH for a possible departure amp "back" or whatever you want.

    Before the purchase, I had been as low cost. This table came when I started the club and I could touch many other table including the famous DJ Club brand.

    A EQUINOX OCEA and also could have crossed my hands and I must admit that I took less pleasure about the cursor line.
    One feels that the chinoiserie then went through thereafter.

    Since then I've mixed on many things (I also have a ECLER SCLAT 8 recently) and so far I find it even more advantages than others not.

    If it did not start all the same age, I would not have had the need to take a second table as a backup (just in case).

    The quality / price, even if I had bought the new one is really good.
    And so this design chrome so shiny that you can see yourself as a mirror dedant (véridic), I've never had even just that 1 person had told me she was not beautiful.

    If it all over again ... YES, YES and re-YES!

    A 10 is not objective because nobody is perfect, then it will be a big 9.
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