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Mackie 1604-VLZ Pro
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Mackie 1604-VLZ Pro

Analog Mixer from Mackie belonging to the VLZ Pro series.

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le-buisson le-buisson
Published on 08/16/10 at 00:50
Value For Money : Excellent
the 1604 is a rackmount console, hardwearing, well finished with 8 Direct outs, 4 bus, 6 to 16 mono tracks each with an XLR connector, Jack (6.35) and an insert.


USE

The manual is clear but not essential because the console is easy to use: there is a button for each action, they are firmly attachs, prcis and reliable.
The Pramp are good: The price quality ratio is not bad
it is a good console to record 8 tracks or to go live in 16 tracks.
I just regret the lack of a master XLR.

SONORITS

I do not know what to add, the console is effective and has a good service life ... She has also a reputation to match its performance ...

NOTICE GLOBAL

good quality for money, with the experience, I do it again this choice.
I like the console ...
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