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Published on 01/08/09 at 05:05
Analogue mixer non-rack.
9 analog inputs including six controllable fader, the other is to activate via swith.
Jack and RCA connectors, including the RCA output.
No equalizer or equalize
No effects

Headphone jack for monitoring (full output, or selective switch). /! no volume control Headphone output level so be careful ears.

2 VU-meters not backlit.
Power 2-pole without earth (no resumption of land planned)

UTILIZATION

Analog console easy to use

SOUNDS

Leger found blowing in the transition from weak signals

OVERALL OPINION

Marketing year to be determined (current research)
I use it for 10 years, she was on the set of my father when he was 18 years ... as what it's solid. Its age is estimated at more than 20 years.

Its major weakness: the quality of the track selector. I think that after 10 years, one must remove to make cleaning as this leads to bad contacts to use.
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