Oram Pro Audio BEQ 24

BEQ 24, Analog Mixer from Oram Pro Audio.

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Average Score:4.0( 4/5 based on 3 reviews )
 1 user review33 %
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electroxav's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" The trident"

Oram Pro Audio BEQ 24
studio console
connector jack / XLR
Bus 10 to 24 including two stereo
Equa trident very accurate


super simple
commands well situated
Good ergonomics


its transparent fabulous equa not the slightest breath
Good Manufacturing potentiometer does not crash
very reliable construction no fault in 3 years


3 years
so many model trident trident 65 FLEXIMIX
as the dynamics and fabulous equa
least nothing
super quality pro anything material prices do with building "Chinese" ........
yes without hesitation I would do the same choice

Mfx-dream's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Oram Pro Audio BEQ 24
ORAM BEQ ​​Series 24
24 channels inline console (24 channels + 24 returns tape)
4-band EQ, 10 Aux Sends per channel, a noise gate on each channel,
assignable mute groups, direct outs on each channel, all inputs and outputs are balanced. Pro Console.


Easy to use, it's not analog menu, it only deals with sound ;-).


The console delivers a nice warm analog sound, no breath, the EQ section is the highlight of the console, very good on electric guitars and synth electro.


I recorded and mixed an album with electro, the result was at the height of consoles priced higher than the ORAM BEQ ​​24 (original price within 30 KE).
lowest section = Master a bit confusing at first, and finish the wiring.
the more sound and British EQ EQ ;-)

Cutboost's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Oram Pro Audio BEQ 24
32 channels inline console (32 channels + 32 returns tape)
4-band EQ, the mids are semi-parametric
No fader bus damage


All good except the bus.


The EQ is clearly the strength of the console.


I used to mix (some over dubs too) for about four weeks.
I liked the EQ, and compact size. One little push far enough without EQ it sounds unnatural.
on the other hand, construction seriously flawed. There was, on the model I used, micro-cracks on the tape returns. It's very annoying. I had my returns over effects, and you had to be very careful that there downmix signal on all channels. I had a little press it to make it back. The preamps do not sound very honest (much worse than my API ...).
With this handicap buses missing, I could not find the console that well. Faders spit (now?) And knobs-level monitoring + headphones too.
The console had a good ten years, but that is no excuse.