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Vestax VMC-004FX White
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Emmanuelair Emmanuelair
Publié le 07/19/09 à 08:17
For specifications see data sheet ...

UTILIZATION

The general configuration is simple?
Very simple, mixer all that simple. With amenities simple and effective

The view-through (which is not a Meter elsewhere, but a dBmètre here) is a major asset, whatever it takes to maintain consistent levels after several hours of live mixing.

-The effects of all that is most common
only drawback: the vocoder is useless here because you can not set its fundamental resonance frequency.

-Only thing missing is a setting sharper curves bland
the only adjustment of the crossfader curve in facade is not enough
But considering the price of this table can not be taken into rigor to Vestax.

The usual functions are they easily accessible?
yes all that is most accessible
just the format goes all over the table because everything is ressere: we have something for nothing

just the fader are using (the slip is "acceptable" j'atendais mieu Vestax)
and running a bit short, but still requires size.

The manual is clear and sufficient? ...
There is a manual? there needs?

SOUNDS

The console is transparent?
Yes with respect to the range and competitor's price Numark, Behringer and company

Soucy one I have observed is a drop in level: When you assign a channel to the master directly without going through the crossfader (rated A or B) there is a slight drop in dB (less than half a dB I think ...) but honestly it really poses no problem.

She introduced the breath?
Yes (Analog requires)
But nothing annoying, audible only at very high gain

(If you do not want to breath you need to type in the table to digital processing)

The equalizer is it effective? ...
Yes-oo to + 6
The EQ per channel (already very efficient) may be supplemented by the filters Low Pass, Band Pass, High Pass and the effects section

OVERALL OPINION

For how long have you been using it?
Over a year
What thing do you like most/least about it?
+ Meter by
+ Integrated effects section

-The quality of the fader is very average (I was hoping for better vestax)

Did you try many other models before getting this one?
a bunch in the same range: Behringer VMX 300 (not reliable, but touched the faders not so bad), the ptites numark (zero to my taste: Faders to, questionable ergonomics)
What is your opinion about the value for the price?
TB again by the meter ... ahhhhh happiness
Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...
Unhesitatingly
Given the price and what it offers ....
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