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Mackie 8 Bus Series 24/8/2
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daumesnil daumesnil

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Published on 03/10/13 at 14:56
Value For Money : Excellent
Perfect for the live, rehearsal or home studio recording (takes a little space compared to digital consoles)
non rackable
24 channel in-line six to eight bus.
insert for each channel + + master.Beaucoup groups of wiring options depending on usage.

UTILIZATION

fairly easy to use, comprehensive manual,
base there is no more simple, but a little bit complicated using the in-line and recording for GBUs

SOUNDS

EQ simple but effective no breath, but it's still a preamp means not very expensive console, it lacks a bit of dynamic e and its very neutral

OVERALL OPINION

I kept 10 years in the studio I made several albums with
less is the power supply 48 v block 8 and no pad on inputs
design on a single printed circuit difficult to repair
very good value for money when it is in good condition (old model)
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