For technical features, is simple (ideal beginner):
- Rackmount Console (there must have an option of brackets) 19 "
- 12 entries spread over 8 channels including 4 XLR / jack with preamp. Micro + insert (with +48 v - releasable for all channels), 4 stereo line channels (Jack).
- 2 departures. (1 pre and 1 post), 2 stereo effects returns.
- Adjustable gain on the 4 mic channels and only 2 input lines.
- 2-band EQ and pan / balance on all channels.
- LED VU meter
- 1 adjustable headphone output
- 1 control room output
- No built-in effects.
Connectors XLR, Jack 1 / 4 and RCA (for send / return tape)
simple architecture, ideal for beginners, whether or sound to repeat a group in a bar. There is no easier to use, 1 win, 1 2-band equalizer pretend, 2 in (pre and post), 1 pan and 1 fader to the level of the slice. Aux.send 2 controls and 2 for the return 1 and 2.
Even without a manual, it is possible for a beginner to use.
Is where it goes bad .. Needless to spread quality preamp or equalizer, is not his strong point, no or very little sharpness in the settings, the preamp are just there to allow the audio signal routing .. .
The console is far from transparent, a little residual noise if you push the master fader, which further increases if we watch too much preamp gain which are also spitting.
Must therefore remain at an average level if we want to exploit the console.
A big problem I do not know if it's a design problem, or just a faulty model, but a sort of hum when there appears the signal, whose intensity varies with the number of LEDs VU meter that fade away gradually as the signal drops.
Faders (60mm) trees are fragile, tend to spit if you take good care ..
I bought this console in the first rehearsals with my band ... She has the advantage of being compact yet comprehensive (for its size to start, that's all that you can find him ..
Today, it is best to begin to use equivalent buy cheap second hand one behringer (eurorack type, etc ...) Well, for it can always use help, especially if mini budjet.