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    Biamp model 42 (1642)Published on 02/03/11 at 13:43
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Rack and console not large enough.
    Connectors XLR & Jack 6.35
    16 grafted 2 to 4 buses and cons 16 direct outs.
    EQ 4 band parametric but not (it was not until the late 70 '

    UTILIZATION

    Configuration is very simple, the manual is very well done but in English and functions are easily accessible. & %&%&%&% The console is transparent, the preamp and high quality faders (100mm already a delight of softness). The equalizer is very effective and reminds me of the old midas 70s (with équalo the blue yellow red). She hums a little, I think the PSU has suffered a bit but I have a review shortly. For cons not a crack on the pots and faders for a console to almost 40 years.

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    Rack and console not large enough.
    Connectors XLR & Jack 6.35
    16 grafted 2 to 4 buses and cons 16 direct outs.
    EQ 4 band parametric but not (it was not until the late 70 '

    UTILIZATION

    Configuration is very simple, the manual is very well done but in English and functions are easily accessible. & %&%&%&% The console is transparent, the preamp and high quality faders (100mm already a delight of softness). The equalizer is very effective and reminds me of the old midas 70s (with équalo the blue yellow red). She hums a little, I think the PSU has suffered a bit but I have a review shortly. For cons not a crack on the pots and faders for a console to almost 40 years.

    SOUNDS

    I use it for 6 months in my home studio, I tried a few models (analog: Soundcraft 200, Delta & Digital: 01v, 01V96, 02R). The feature I like most is the dynamic preamp and also the little leather cushion to please the faders to not have pain in his little Mimine.
    I would do without hesitation that choice especially since we gave it to me, it cost 48 000 francs when the last models were sold Mine is 1975. I love
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