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Publié le 02/03/10 à 05:10
Rakable
MASTER output 2 in RCA and XLR Master 1
4 tracks
Crossfader

UTILIZATION

Utilisaton simple, but if you utilisier a DJM before it takes a little longer

SOUNDS

The sound is impeccable, no breath, Equalizer works very well. Cut possilbe

OVERALL OPINION

I've had it for over a year.
I tested the Pioneer (DJM 500, 300, 600, 400), Du Rodec (BX-9, MX 180MKII)
It is a very very good restaurant, very professional design. The sound is of impeccable quality. But ...
Lack of fishing. The equalizer 10 maximum, not top. Better than Pioneer's perspective, less than Rodec. RCA to 1 Volt (ie unloaded) so I advise XLR output.

Barely two phono inputs. So if you use more than 2 plates, direct you to another table.

I do not like the curve of the crossfader. The sound of the second track is too fast at the most, almost forced to play with the fader for a more gradual.
A remake, I went to a rather Rodec. The sound is of impeccable quality but for me lack of sins and heat. But between a Pioneer and an Ecler, I choose the Ecler without hesitation.
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