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Nath201167 Nath201167

«  good for beginners versatile table »

Publié le 03/07/11 à 13:17
Value For Money : Excellent
Rackable 19 '
9 channel:
3 mic or XLR jack on the chassis
3phonos switchable stereo line + long runs cross-fader switchable on the 3
3lignes stereo
2 stereo output faders

UTILIZATION

use simple
simple manual
simple functions but be careful not confused in the sliders

SOUNDS

not transparent
equalizer is quite effective
However, there is low level wind pushing the fading level

OVERALL OPINION

After 21 years of loyal service its tranfo passed away ... part because Taiwan can not be found ...
some semi-pro since I opted for a RODEC mx 180 of OCCAZ ..... nothing to see!
Nonetheless Good value for money given the depreciation
to start I made a choice not too bad, I think.
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