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Gelf 70' Mixer
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Marc-Éric Marc-Éric
Publié le 07/31/06 à 03:13
Non-rack console, chassis robust (and heavy!), Separate power supply.
- Input 16
- 4 stereo bus
- 1 Master + Stereo Headphone
- For 4. + 2 Returns
- Direct Out / Insert per channel
- XLR connectors
- EQ. 3-band, High (?) + Mid / 3 freq. switchable (0.5, 1.4, 2.8 KHz) + Bass / 3 freq. switchable (100, 170, 250 Hz)
- Micro meter needle, rather dark and unreadable
- Made in England early 70 '

UTILIZATION

Easiest I die!

I am looking for all the manual that all technical documentation for maintenance. Thank you in advance.
I'm looking for manual and Any technical sheet (the same phrase in English to increase the possibility of a result)

SOUNDS

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OVERALL OPINION

After its last use, for many years in a punk concert hall, it is quite out of breath ;-)
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