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Allen & Heath GL2200-424
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Allen & Heath GL2200-424

Analog Mixer from Allen & Heath belonging to the GL2200 series.

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Alkyos Alkyos
Publié le 11/06/06 à 04:51
24 channels with XLR mic and symtriques line with Jack.
Per phase inverter.
High-pass filter and Vu-nitre on each slice.
4-band EQ with 2 semi-paramtriques with On-Off.
And integration with direct output jack on each slice.
6 dparts auxiliary (prpost).
4 Sub-Groups (XLR).
+48 V phantom power on each slice also.
4 Band EQ with two semi-parameter.

UTILIZATION

Very simple configuration that follows the logic of all analog concole professional level.

SOUNDS

The EQUAL are as powerful as the sries 3000, 4000 and 5000.
It does not even hardly breath high volume.
The gains are powerful.
The mcanique is flawless.

OVERALL OPINION

I use this console for over 3 years in home studio.
I love pramplis are a formidable efficiency.
I had a Yamaha console, a Mackie Tascam before and 2, it is by far the most complte for the price. 2700 Newfoundland.
The sound is warm but mostly Fidler, I have produced seven albums with dj.
Food intgre is silent is a higher standard for those who have no voice booth.
Its size allows for a console in a professional Reduces space.
If I c'tait again without refflechir Rasht.
If you are a lover of analog console you are looking for a pro with a pure, warm with a strong and unwavering reliability while Do not hesitate, because this machine will not betray you.
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