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Analog Mixer from Girardin .

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  • wilopwilop

    Girardin CS 86Published on 03/31/07 at 20:55
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I just bought this console Girardin CS 86, which use radio silent.
    8 channels: 2 XLR inputs with switches for each A / B.
    General phantom power.
    prampli (-72 db to 0 db) on 2 rotating in steps notched a 18 db and one for fine adjustment.
    70Hz low cut.
    phase selector.
    3-band equalizer (+ / - 12 dB) for each (low frequency shelf, semi parametric 200Hz 6kHz, high frequency shelf).
    1 per pan.
    2 bus (known as Group G) with inserts.
    2 switches with small prpost Vumtre.
    2 large Vumtres.
    125mm faders with faderstart.
    micro-order integr.
    small integrated HP to cost PFL.
    Headphone jack.
    1kHz oscillator - 10 Khz.
    Can be powered with 12 V battery and apparently.
    all co…
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    I just bought this console Girardin CS 86, which use radio silent.
    8 channels: 2 XLR inputs with switches for each A / B.
    General phantom power.
    prampli (-72 db to 0 db) on 2 rotating in steps notched a 18 db and one for fine adjustment.
    70Hz low cut.
    phase selector.
    3-band equalizer (+ / - 12 dB) for each (low frequency shelf, semi parametric 200Hz 6kHz, high frequency shelf).
    1 per pan.
    2 bus (known as Group G) with inserts.
    2 switches with small prpost Vumtre.
    2 large Vumtres.
    125mm faders with faderstart.
    micro-order integr.
    small integrated HP to cost PFL.
    Headphone jack.
    1kHz oscillator - 10 Khz.
    Can be powered with 12 V battery and apparently.
    all connectors are XLR, apart from the headphone jack (6.35), and in faderstart minijack.

    UTILIZATION

    Simple as tiny console of this type, although it should be understood translations Franaise traditional functions ("TEST" for PFL, "AV" for ERP, "AP" for "POST", etc. ..)
    Otherwise the main faders are trs enjoyable.

    SOUNDS

    I did not have enough uses to be very critical regarding the legalization but I look nice.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Given the use that I want to do, the only default is the lack of direct out, (and also to insert but for every good must not be too greedy) ... but I'll try to change it.
    Voil ... If some of you have information on this console to be interested (year of manufacture, original configuration, etc ...)
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