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DDA Interface

Analog Mixer from DDA .

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" The heavy!"

DDA InterfacePublished on 12/31/11 at 09:06
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I have the rackmount version installed in a rack tilted mix with other devices is perfect is FLOW.
For the rest everything is identical to the standard version weighs a separate power good quinzène pounds! The good stuff.

UTILIZATION

see the notice.
The EQ is super effective stuff is obviously very professional. the race of the fader is respectable full connection.

RAS

SOUNDS

Briefly most excellent, neutral and dynamic hope. If you push the volume too loud his breath is normal. As a preamp to attack but holds an edge as it should be no problem.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for several years it's a solid value for money has become unbeatable to date. She has received great......
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I have the rackmount version installed in a rack tilted mix with other devices is perfect is FLOW.
For the rest everything is identical to the standard version weighs a separate power good quinzène pounds! The good stuff.

UTILIZATION

see the notice.
The EQ is super effective stuff is obviously very professional. the race of the fader is respectable full connection.

RAS

SOUNDS

Briefly most excellent, neutral and dynamic hope. If you push the volume too loud his breath is normal. As a preamp to attack but holds an edge as it should be no problem.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for several years it's a solid value for money has become unbeatable to date. She has received great honors its release and is still completely relevant. If 16 tracks are right for you go ahead and if you need more buy two!
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DDA InterfacePublished on 02/09/07 at 07:34
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
24 x 4 x 2
Connect Pro XLR
direct outputs for every
4-band equalizer paramtrique + highpass

UTILIZATION

Setting rational
RAS

SOUNDS

It's really good!
every channel strip is a good mid-range (such Envoice: I have one)
and there are 24 ...!
is transparent and without breath "large" full-spectrum

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 18 months
The trs pramps are good and the fantastic EQ.
what I like least: the weight trs consquent but that's normal for the modular
not horrible in the CMS irrparables.
Nickel is in the studio.
Unfortunately, I will change it because it's too heavy for me alone.
I think I'll cry ... ...
Read more
24 x 4 x 2
Connect Pro XLR
direct outputs for every
4-band equalizer paramtrique + highpass

UTILIZATION

Setting rational
RAS

SOUNDS

It's really good!
every channel strip is a good mid-range (such Envoice: I have one)
and there are 24 ...!
is transparent and without breath "large" full-spectrum

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 18 months
The trs pramps are good and the fantastic EQ.
what I like least: the weight trs consquent but that's normal for the modular
not horrible in the CMS irrparables.
Nickel is in the studio.
Unfortunately, I will change it because it's too heavy for me alone.
I think I'll cry ...
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  • Manufacturer: DDA
  • Model: Interface
  • Category: Analog Mixers
  • Added in our database on: 10/15/2004

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