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Publié le 11/11/06 à 03:49
It is rack mountable 19 "
05 tracks including 4 unbalanced stereo (02 phonos/02 Auxiliary) a micro channel main output and an output record.
All connections are RCA.
Equaliser 3-band graphic.

UTILIZATION

It is a small console actually very easy to use.
There is the bare minimum to mix only five small sources.

SOUNDS

The sound next to the product is quite surprising.
No hum, at least on my copy.
The correction is made, under the appearance of graph, a simple three bands but whose center frequencies are well chosen.

OVERALL OPINION

I have for many years (bought used 250Frs, so a great deal!) And serves me from time to time or as a premix for the preamp line.
I like the simplicity of the product.
Meillieur well as any mix manufactured today.
Finally a small mixer quality, simple, simple, taking little space and is efficient.
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