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dj ju sourisonic dj ju sourisonic
Publié le 02/23/09 à 16:08
Rackable 19 "/ 4voies (2 * CD / Phono, 1CD/line, 1line/line) + 2mic / 3 outputs whose main master symétrisue / no effects ...
Exactly what I was looking like configuration:
Making the mobile disco, I was looking for a table having both:
A by-ledmèrte (DM practice as we move into the last tube electro, for example, a CD of the 80 who is 10, implying large differences in sound level meter allows the LED to adjust the gain before to send the sound, again, for people like me who are more oriented animation mix, it is an aid to show stall, especially when someone comes to us talk for a mix, even if the ear is disrupted, tjs was the beat visually.)
The micro-channels with linear potentiometer (2 enough for me, one for me, for any speech or singing during the evening, for the linear Knob, people generally know how to use a microphone and are unaware of the danger for HP ... in case they fuck in front of my cuts, I quickly made a linear decline with rotary ...
-A powerful and well ... I had a bad experience by connecting the DX 7.0 in B. ...... r instead of my old table, I found the sound horrible, with only the midrange and too powerful, my old amp clipping it even with the table at 80% (amp bottom), whereas with my old table or the latter, my RMX1450 (pots at the bottom) begins to clip when I get between -3 and 0dB on the table
-2 To 3 outputs for distributing ... a main symmetrical connection, a booth for returns, so I can rest my ears from time to time and output in case there is a second room or sound to speaker multicast installed around the room that I operate with maximum care for both ears but also for people not to slam because they are not mine)
-4 Separate tracks for my 4 CD players and can connect a PC for possible broadcast a slide show or video (classic at weddings, birthday&#39;s ...)

Finally, to summarize, if I had configuration to do, it would have been there ... not exactly the effects that take up space and not used for what I do, good sound, the microphone in a linear decline rapidly if feedback, visual feedback about the noise level of the source and its tempo, multiple outputs for managing multiple broadcast areas ...

UTILIZATION

No need for manual configuration as simple ...
Everything is easy to access, as the connections that the management of knobs on top ... the rubber buttons are very nice, with my old table, it was hard plastic, I was often sore fingers at the end Evening ...

SOUNDS

The sound is good, not too many breath and especially has a fairly significant which does not have to put everything back to when the registration was low, the equalizer is not too bad ...

OVERALL OPINION

Here is where things get complicated!!
At first I was left on a table or pro Ecler Rodec either ... unfortunately, my readers have begun to lose confidence (still work, but sometimes little bugs like that will not open drawer) ... n &#39; not having the budget for good readers (I wanted to spend on flat plates, I took DNS1000 Specials at this time) and a table top range, so I tried a table with the same kind of config and that rodec ecler and requirements that I set myself above around € 500 / 600 ... unfortunately I found nothing at that price, the only tables in these ranges with effects, not in 19 "or micro rotary potentiometers with ... then I found this table which was perfectly suited to the configuration I was looking for was a under my budget, but I told myself that it should be fine ... I n &#39;have not been disappointed on the points I was looking for ... BUT ... and this is why I will advise against this table for anyone who knows anything about electronics ....
It lacks a lot of CONFIDENCE!
Let me explain ... in 1 year, I track "MIC" who started to fool around, back to the Service, Repair, more problems on it, but in full evening, Channel 4 s is strong enough to pass up, even with the slider to 0. Channel 3 recently kidding: almost no sound from one side ... a great blow in the rack and it works again normally ... in the end I think it&#39;s assembly and the internal connection on which economies had to be made, I disassemble shortly to check everything out and redo all that is proper connections, see if the AO hold well on the bases ... unfortunately, even if these problems are electronically benign, if it loose in full evening is the shit for the DJ because the table is an element that has not in several copies and without which the evening can be assured ... I&#39;ll see what happens after checking ... but I think that an effort on the assembly should be done even if the price increase because the setup is great for the mobile disco ... in hindsight, I should take a scorer&#39;s table to not have the problems I see now ...

EDIT: I opened this afternoon so I complete ... Like I said above, the cards are of good quality (vertical through a circuit, a PCB behind every Knob which allows an easy change of the faders and set of several circuits for preamp, power supply & management crossfader, which occupy the part after the voie4 )...... but there are quite a connector pins from around the circuit and lots of cables to connect PCB them ... that&#39;s what fucks shit ... I tightened everything and it works again nikel ... finally, even if less manageable for the change, it would have been preferable to any weld or post a more reliable internal connection ... it&#39;s a shame because otherwise, this table has great qualities ...
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