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Mitec 162
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Mitec 162

Analog Mixer from Mitec .

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Mitec 162Published on 09/04/07 at 20:32
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
This is petiteconsole ragkable as you can see in the picture.
19 "
16 tracks
2 auxiliary send
2 departures "Effect"
To 2 meters (summary)
CONNECTOR JACK STANDARD 6.35
Equalisieur 4-band parametric
No onboard effects.
The Power resemble one was taking a MIDI (I think it's a mini DIN plug 15 v)

UTILIZATION

The general configuration is very simple all the function's easy uselles accessibles.Pas need manual!

SOUNDS

She is super deadly console, it takes great sound and makes a little trick "simpa".
Ideal for lovers of analog sounds like me!
There are of course a little breath, is what makes charm (I think).
The EQ is great efficiency is barely running and you......
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This is petiteconsole ragkable as you can see in the picture.
19 "
16 tracks
2 auxiliary send
2 departures "Effect"
To 2 meters (summary)
CONNECTOR JACK STANDARD 6.35
Equalisieur 4-band parametric
No onboard effects.
The Power resemble one was taking a MIDI (I think it's a mini DIN plug 15 v)

UTILIZATION

The general configuration is very simple all the function's easy uselles accessibles.Pas need manual!

SOUNDS

She is super deadly console, it takes great sound and makes a little trick "simpa".
Ideal for lovers of analog sounds like me!
There are of course a little breath, is what makes charm (I think).
The EQ is great efficiency is barely running and you can feel the difference immediately.
On the sound I had nothing wrong except that the sound is impeccable the height of many Mackie mixers for example.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it since 1998 ...
Then for a time it was a walk in closet,
then in the end it is quickly resort.
I just like its simplicity ... ell with no frills.
It was part and it works!
I had a lot of console from the late 90's and
j'avous I like it, it has not moved from my home,
she still serves Souvant of unwinding.
I got it at the time for a clogged bread,
since I feel that I can be of the two I kept.
In any case I would do the same choice on this machine if I could ...
The value for money is vraimenent want ...!!!!
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  • Manufacturer: Mitec
  • Model: 162
  • Category: Analog Mixers
  • Added in our database on: 04/23/2005

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