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Analog-Man Analog-Man
Publié le 05/18/08 à 03:53
These tables also taient marketed under the brand Allen & Heath
in versions 12/4/2, 16/4/2 and 24/4/2
Features and you will find the schmas here:
<a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.allen-heath.co.uk/veterans/42_series.htm" target="_blank">http://www.allen-heath.co.uk/veterans/42_series.htm</a>

then under the name Dynamix for larger version (8 bus) 16/8/2 24/8/2 and
This is a MODEL INTERESTED table for setting up a studio vintage
couple a good 8-track analog it will do a good job!
24 mono channels with XLR and Jack and then insert the following:
switch mic / line
-20db switch attnuation
gain
3-band qualiser mdium paramtrique
Dparts 2 to 1 & 2 pre-fader
Dpart 1 to 3 post-fader
panoramic

Led to an overload

6 switches output assignment
LR, 1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8, PFL

Note that the units have an 8 dernires switch back magntophone

8 and 8 between subgroups supplmentaires "returns magntophones"
simpler than the mic-line (tape monitor switch group or volume, and pan dpart Aux 1), it can couple the multi magnto while keeping the 24 slices oprationnelles

a master section with 2 effects returns assignable to all outputs
CONTRL of 3 to send
a 2-track return magntophone trs useful to cost the final mix
a talk back on Aux outputs
and a volume of his cabin, very useful in the studio
and 10 owls VU nitre needle properly calibrated to 0dB <img border="" alt="" /><img border="" alt="" /><img border="" alt="" /><img border="" alt="" />

UTILIZATION

comfortable in the studio, it can also s'avrer effective for scne, I dpart an auxiliary supplmentaire AIM, but for scne get help from your friends, the bxs PSE weight is the ranon shield because it is made of a trs tle grazed, I think it is at least 45 kg, at least in the fly in running order, she accuses 83 Kg!
I luis is one point less for the number of auxiliary dpart.

SOUNDS

Good sound, here we must first be a prciser things, this console does Designed in the 80s (I think around 83, 84) and the era bte c'tait a beautiful, its electronic is the most basic diffrentielle between transistors, no more than 3 amps per oprationnels ... components taient expensive .. Evidence for silent she sells around 28,000 Francs, Euro 4300 Wow!

Overall, if you push a can a breath Obviously, the qualisation is classic with a big fat greasy serious!

OVERALL OPINION

I use this table for over 20 years, which is nice is the place, it is not wrong button is easy to read, how many times on other table trs I fiddled with the dense pnombre the wrong button!

it is generally fairly reliable, and easy rpar.

sr what is it that she looks terrible, it is impressive (watch out for back strain)
it is made for rock and for those who have room (130 cm wide, 75 deep)
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