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Monarch MMX-1642

Analog Mixer from Monarch

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Vintage analog = "anti-digital" dreamteam

Monarch MMX-1642Published on 12/17/11 at 07:44
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
16-track analog console.

Between XLR and jack 6.35 each way, and insert jack 6.35 inland. 4-band EQ paramtriques non 100hz low, low med 400 Hz, 3000 Hz and high med trebble 10000 hz, I AIM paramtriques but we can not have everything! 3 aux sends, switchable pre or post fader, four auxiliary lanes 4 inputs so supplmentaires. Also for your bus 4 subgroups (actually 2 * 2) as will pairs (sro) then 1-2 and 3-4. Channels 12 to 16 have no line RCA jack but 6.35 and grounding to be able to connect two turntables.

For each switch can be found for: power supply and XLR phantom Suir, siwtch to choose a line (6.35) or microphone (XLR) or phono for channels 12 to 16. A switch to mute the...…
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16-track analog console.

Between XLR and jack 6.35 each way, and insert jack 6.35 inland. 4-band EQ paramtriques non 100hz low, low med 400 Hz, 3000 Hz and high med trebble 10000 hz, I AIM paramtriques but we can not have everything! 3 aux sends, switchable pre or post fader, four auxiliary lanes 4 inputs so supplmentaires. Also for your bus 4 subgroups (actually 2 * 2) as will pairs (sro) then 1-2 and 3-4. Channels 12 to 16 have no line RCA jack but 6.35 and grounding to be able to connect two turntables.

For each switch can be found for: power supply and XLR phantom Suir, siwtch to choose a line (6.35) or microphone (XLR) or phono for channels 12 to 16. A switch to mute the track, a switch to send the monitoring results in the pre-amp play brtu mut and others. And switch to route to the bus and / .ou the master ... So the possibility of routing trs trs compltes.

For the rear panel: output monitoring, master XLR outputs. Possibility of joining the bus master and etc. ..

No effects Intgr, numrique is nothing here, so no automation, no sync.

Found against by a circuit with a talk back microphone jack allows XLR loop cue to speak into the headphone of zicos that is in the studio. Possibility of signal routing talk back.

There are also a test oscillator that sends a signal oscillating three switchable frequencies to 400Hz and 1KHz 8Khz ..

UTILIZATION

Everything is simple, if one knows how to use, everything is easily accessible, the console is perfectly Designed and pens for recording. Used in live, it seems to me clearly directs studio recording mixing and post production.


The manual is one can not simply lists all The elements of the table in detail. There are also all schmas circuits of the table (slices, bus, master ...)

SOUNDS

Transparent? LOL ... This is the analogue is not seeking transparency. It's a Fidler yes, not really transparent. The sound is round, warm pais. The spectrum and all the parliaments are immediately Dfine even better on a track we know for a long time.


Lgaliseur is, it can grow without the effects dsagrables.


Of breath and the electric buzz, yes, but trs trs small. In the equivalent input noise SPECIFICATIONS is not -128 db ..! So good .. This old saying is it needs a RVision and I think it will blow less APRS. With time and a few small bugs on certain bands and a phono circuit SPECIFICATIONS have lead to the amplification of noise blasts and elec .. But nothing dramatic is compltement dcent inaudible volume.

OVERALL OPINION

Recently, I've had a few days.

Previously I mostly work on soundcraft, nothing to do. As a soundcraft is very practical, as the monarch has a sound worthy of the great moments from analog. The audio quality is much better.

Most: the table is complte, its routing capabilities, the quality of sound, the number of tracks (see 16 20 see ++...), conceptualization, buses, long faders, large sections, the large knobs and does not crack. etc etc. Oh I forgot, it has a controller with 7-meter throne seen on the console, very good too ...

less: the knobs mediums lgaliseur not paramtriques and that's it, is to say ...


Used is terrible at qualitprix report. Little we really looking for the analog. I would do without this choice hsiter.
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  • Manufacturer: Monarch
  • Model: MMX-1642
  • Category: Analog Mixers
  • Added in our database on: 10/26/2011

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Other names: mmx 1642, mmx1642

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