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Publié le 07/21/08 à 09:22
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UTILIZATION

This rate it very simple level manipulation ....
there is no common feature
no manual at the same time there is no need ^ ^

SOUNDS

It is roughly clear, however, it suffers from
lequalisateur medium: you just turn off the sound with pa
at the headphone's true that c merdouille a bit but with a good headset hearing aid's going nikel

OVERALL OPINION

Sa fai 2 years I love the User ceu as jai OF USE facilitate its c ... it is great for beginners who aprendre spineless piece of a caller ....
However what I Deplus c the speed of degradation of the gain knob that's unchangeable ....
if there are no deffet (normal)
The value for money is very good because even when it is solid (it was the night she fai costs only 118 for a table is a mix of 13 input and 2 outputs and 4 voi c really not bad

However after that the little one to keep in memory and move to something a corect ..... 300 400 500
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