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  • papouerwanpapouerwan

    Mic very low

    Elypse Guitars A30RPublished on 10/23/12 at 05:51
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    any transistor amplifier 3 inputs with reverb guitar jack, microphone combo jack with auxiliary and cinch. 30 watts for benefits in our small room for my little son and a singer. great product except for the microphone input, which I connected a Shure SM 58, which must be set with a background setting on the guitar mini and 1 or 2 on the way amp, volume 3 or 4 according to the piece, otherwise you can not hear the singer.
    I asked Milonga, and demonstration of the technician with my hardware was pay back volume, microphone volume was 4 or 5 mini guitar. It is on that volume in their shop that came out loud and clear in the microwave, but completely upset my years of electronics or lower th…
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    any transistor amplifier 3 inputs with reverb guitar jack, microphone combo jack with auxiliary and cinch. 30 watts for benefits in our small room for my little son and a singer. great product except for the microphone input, which I connected a Shure SM 58, which must be set with a background setting on the guitar mini and 1 or 2 on the way amp, volume 3 or 4 according to the piece, otherwise you can not hear the singer.
    I asked Milonga, and demonstration of the technician with my hardware was pay back volume, microphone volume was 4 or 5 mini guitar. It is on that volume in their shop that came out loud and clear in the microwave, but completely upset my years of electronics or lower the level of the input signal was high, the better the signal to the bruità sortie.Dans demonstration , the focus was to amplify the background noise at the expense of the music. Not being so distorted sounds, but these sounds pure lovers we offer some guitarists, violinists flutist and other of our courses, I decided to add and test mixers placed at the top, with various success. The best set was done with my big table Sonic SB16, but very heavy equipment to the current needs. I propose to try to make a small amp, can be conplété a tone corrector to be mounted on this entry, and if it is satisfactory with a 2nd microphone channel mixer. Someone could confirm my observations on this product or the one he has a defect in this way that the manufacturer would not have seen? Otherwise what do you think of my solution?

    UTILIZATION

    configuration very simple, succinct manual. Excelent sound on the guitar as the auxiliary grafted

    SOUNDS

    our genre-based Celtic music is very well made, we also met with a more rock music when I added a pedal design include personal buffer, distortion and tremolo (which I have deleted the specific sounds that I footswitches was unpleasant) associated with a Ibanez TCY10E.D other effects in the study, fuzz, echo ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    We used this product for 2 years soon, because many services are made equipped with professional groups, and or my little son plays traversiere Irish and not the guitar. It is he who chooses his equipment as his instruments in terms of its sensitivity and its ear. He chose testing a Elypse R15 compared Ibanez amp has the same characteristics. The presence of the microphone channel had prevailed.
    I would have liked a baxandal towards micro
    with experience and disappointment with this micro entée I hesitate beacoup more, I think, even to invest in a small mixer immediately.
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