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Gil2 Gil2
Publié le 02/17/07 à 03:14
I will not m'tandre the connections and possibilities it all you need to DJ!!

UTILIZATION

It is very simple to ACCS is a normal console dedicates it to DJ. (Hi, hi, hi ....)
I do not know much LOOP section, I implements for DJs.
Manual I do not know.

SOUNDS

The signal to noise ratio is excellent, no breath Nottable.
ATTENTION big highlight of the bte a real musical EQ.

OVERALL OPINION

The great strength of the sound is imprssionant FF6000!!
Forget the Pioneer and other Gadget, it sounds serious.
I returned to the EQ and prampli TOP, which cost the same console with several systhme diffrent have anything it's the PRO.
All in the same red as the DJ like (it's not pretty, pretty) are still without distortion Submitted Nottable she adds anything to the contrary, a nice little grain.
Small BMOL price and faders a bit too long I got.
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