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Midas Venice 160

Analog Mixer from Midas .

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Midas Venice 160Published on 08/04/04 at 07:46
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
- Is the rack?
Yes, rglette are provided.

- How many lanes, bus attendant, of dparts, returns ...)?
8 mono channels, 4-way Stereo (with XLR inputs, phantom power and micro prampli identical to the mono channels on each), 4 subgroups, with 6 (2 post fader FX, Mon 2 pre-fader, comuter 2 For pre or post), 4 Stereo Return

- What is the type of connectors (RCA, Jack, XLR ...)?
All units have an XLR microphone input and a line from Jack symtrique. The L / R (a and b) Monitor and Aux are XLR outputs FX, Group and Speaker, in Jack symtrique. Tape In and Out in the CAR.

- The qualiseur paramtrique is it?
No, semi-paramtrique Mdium for bass and treble, for Shelving bass and treble......
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- Is the rack?
Yes, rglette are provided.

- How many lanes, bus attendant, of dparts, returns ...)?
8 mono channels, 4-way Stereo (with XLR inputs, phantom power and micro prampli identical to the mono channels on each), 4 subgroups, with 6 (2 post fader FX, Mon 2 pre-fader, comuter 2 For pre or post), 4 Stereo Return

- What is the type of connectors (RCA, Jack, XLR ...)?
All units have an XLR microphone input and a line from Jack symtrique. The L / R (a and b) Monitor and Aux are XLR outputs FX, Group and Speaker, in Jack symtrique. Tape In and Out in the CAR.

- The qualiseur paramtrique is it?
No, semi-paramtrique Mdium for bass and treble, for Shelving bass and treble but trs ffective!

- The effects section is it intgre? ...
Not seen the quality and impact in Intgr gnral, was better.

UTILIZATION

- The configuration gnrale Is it easy?
Trs

- The usual functions are they easily accessible?
Yes, you may be looking for a bit of back and dparts For the beginners (trs is compact), but you get used to rev quickly.

- The manual is clear and sufficient? ...
Yes and in French

SOUNDS

- The console is transparent?
Yes

- Introduced she breath?
Not

- The qualiseur is it effective? ...
Yes, really

OVERALL OPINION

- How long have you use it?
Several months and is a pleasure

- What is the particular feature you like best and least?
+ SOUND!, The eq, the pramp, opportunities for various connections
"I should have well liked 100mm faders and 4 more bus (good for recording on my 8-track) but the price would not have t do the same and I get everything I want with (small concerts, recordings ...)

- Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
I had the work on OCCASION of folios, Behringer, Allen & eath, soundtrack and yamaha numrique (01V and 03D), the midas by far my prfr.

- How do you report qualitprix?
Excellent, thank you for those who Designed the console, even if it is not the quality of the big console brand is probably the best in its class.

- With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...
Without hsitation.
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Midas Venice 160Published on 02/09/06 at 15:19
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
- Is the rack?
Yes, rglette are provided.

- How many lanes, bus attendant, of dparts, returns ...)?
8 mono channels, 4-way Stereo (with XLR inputs, phantom power and micro prampli identical to the mono channels on each), 4 subgroups, with 6 (2 post fader FX, Mon 2 pre-fader, comuter 2 For pre or post), 4 Stereo Return

- What is the type of connectors (RCA, Jack, XLR ...)?
All units have an XLR microphone input and a line from Jack symtrique. The L / R (a and b) Monitor and Aux are XLR outputs FX, Group and Speaker, in Jack symtrique. Tape In and Out in the CAR.

- The qualiseur paramtrique is it?
No, semi-paramtrique Mdium for bass and treble, for Shelving bass and treble......
Read more
- Is the rack?
Yes, rglette are provided.

- How many lanes, bus attendant, of dparts, returns ...)?
8 mono channels, 4-way Stereo (with XLR inputs, phantom power and micro prampli identical to the mono channels on each), 4 subgroups, with 6 (2 post fader FX, Mon 2 pre-fader, comuter 2 For pre or post), 4 Stereo Return

- What is the type of connectors (RCA, Jack, XLR ...)?
All units have an XLR microphone input and a line from Jack symtrique. The L / R (a and b) Monitor and Aux are XLR outputs FX, Group and Speaker, in Jack symtrique. Tape In and Out in the CAR.

- The qualiseur paramtrique is it?
No, semi-paramtrique Mdium for bass and treble, for Shelving bass and treble but trs ffective!

- The effects section is it intgre? ...
Not seen the quality and impact in Intgr gnral, was better.

UTILIZATION

Configuration gnrale Is it easy? Yes

- The usual functions are they easily accessible? Yes

- The manual is clear and sufficient? ... Yes, but could resume the basic principles of the mix as is or Yamaha Allen & Heath

SOUNDS

- The console is transparent? Yes and I think this is the best in this CATEGORY. It classifies

- Introduced she breath? No absolutely not

- The qualiseur is it effective? Yes ...

OVERALL OPINION

How long have you use it? One week

- What is the particular feature you like best and least? Sound

- Have you tried many other models before acqurir? Yamaha, Allen & Heath and Mackie

- How do you report qualitprix? Excellent, it's a purchase that you will not regret

- With the exprience, you do again this choice? ... Without hsiter
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" SUPERB!"

Midas Venice 160Published on 03/11/11 at 01:53
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Midas Venice 160Published on 09/01/10 at 23:32
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Fully analog console and passive
It is rack using 2 rules

All tranches have an XLR microphone input and line input jack symmetrical. The L / R (a and b) Monitor and Aux are XLR outputs FX Group and Speaker, in Jack symmetric. Tape In and Out in the CAR. Inserts on all channels and stereo master output.
8 mono channels, 4 stereo channels (with XLR phantom power and preamp identical to the mono channels on each), 4 sub-group, 6 in (2 FX post-fade, 2 pre-fade Mon, 2 For the first comuter or post), 4 stereo returns

No, semi-parametric midrange for bass and treble shelving for bass and treble but very effective!


UTILIZATION

No need manual (which is in French) to use
It quickly......
Read more
Fully analog console and passive
It is rack using 2 rules

All tranches have an XLR microphone input and line input jack symmetrical. The L / R (a and b) Monitor and Aux are XLR outputs FX Group and Speaker, in Jack symmetric. Tape In and Out in the CAR. Inserts on all channels and stereo master output.
8 mono channels, 4 stereo channels (with XLR phantom power and preamp identical to the mono channels on each), 4 sub-group, 6 in (2 FX post-fade, 2 pre-fade Mon, 2 For the first comuter or post), 4 stereo returns

No, semi-parametric midrange for bass and treble shelving for bass and treble but very effective!


UTILIZATION

No need manual (which is in French) to use
It quickly finds all the possibilities of this console.

This console is perfect for home recording or live.

SOUNDS

Nothing is ever transparent. She is very musical

The equalizer is awesome

When the breath, I do not believe it. I do not know when it is alllumée (even the knobs 3 / 4)

OVERALL OPINION

is recent. I use it for 2 weeks.
I had a Mackie, an Allen and Heath and tried a yamaha but here we find ourselves
in another category. They are very far from Midas.

I love the sound. The value for money seems more than well. I regret not having bought this console earlier.

I plus 2 slices of preamp, a Neve and chandler. I can tell you that she did not have the same definition, but attention is still not that far and it asks ...

If someone is looking for a great console so do not hesitate "Midas"

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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Midas
  • Model: Venice 160
  • Category: Analog Mixers
  • Added in our database on: 01/09/2004

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Other names: venice 160, venice160

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