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Peavey 1200 Stereo Mixing System
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  • ljddendbsljddendbs

    The strength and quality of the vintage

    Peavey 1200 Stereo Mixing SystemPublished on 01/10/14 at 09:12
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    U.S. Rack Console by.

    Mic and line input. direct out.
    Integrated reverb and possible cabler usable external effect on each slice.

    The manual is still findable on the internet which is top!

    From the First listened, I liked the sound alive. EQ are really effective though simple, fixed frequency processing are perfect. The EQ is very musical.

    Not yet had time on the floor monitoring as it differs from a Mackie Onyx 1640 on which I have my bearings.
    For the little time spent on Peavy, I think the sound has more personality. I will try true comparative video as soon as possible with the mackie onyx.

    UTILIZATION

    To see the time!

    SOUNDS

    The console appears col…
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    U.S. Rack Console by.

    Mic and line input. direct out.
    Integrated reverb and possible cabler usable external effect on each slice.

    The manual is still findable on the internet which is top!

    From the First listened, I liked the sound alive. EQ are really effective though simple, fixed frequency processing are perfect. The EQ is very musical.

    Not yet had time on the floor monitoring as it differs from a Mackie Onyx 1640 on which I have my bearings.
    For the little time spent on Peavy, I think the sound has more personality. I will try true comparative video as soon as possible with the mackie onyx.

    UTILIZATION

    To see the time!

    SOUNDS

    The console appears colored.
    No audible breath when listening with instructor Adam A5 and beyer headphones DT770pro.

    J "have more back in time because I have not connected all the microphones above.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Most is the color of its very different from the mackie (more flexible use with a sequencer but bcp neutral I think)
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