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Sebastien Goyet Sebastien Goyet
Publié le 05/18/08 à 05:03
Rackable because I command the Systm 19 "mounting, may therefore be put on the top rack of a DJ as I did a while ago

It has six XLR right, it was cool! And please fantme alim ...

2-band EQ for cons, no mediums ...

No effect, but an insert, with no return cons: you have to use a slice, fortunately 4 dernires are stro ...

GOOD POINT VERY IMPORTANT: the outputs are balanced! For it is against 6.3 jack, so you have a cable jack 6.3 STEREO (yes, if it's more symtrique) to XLR, so she used me for my prmixer keyboards, ing the sound is happy, it's not often that he sends such a signal!

UTILIZATION

Trs simple, everything is accessible, nickel

SMALL ADDITION FOR LOSS OF "RETURN", FOLLOWING QUESTION OF AF-NAUTA:

You just have to use a slice as a return: "FX SEND" console in "IN" effect / "OUT" effect in a slice of the console (in str o where possible)

Put the slice volume and zero-level "FX Send". Slowly the volume of the wafer and the "FX Send" slices o the effect you want (but leave the zero-"FX Send" slice which is the return, otherwise loop to the rescue !)

The inconvnient is, of sr, we lose a piece, but the advantage is that the portion that serves as a return of all rglages qualisation missing a real return, and qualiser to do even a rverb, this is not a luxury!

SOUNDS

If there is breath, it's really for Chinese ... The EQ is simple but frquences are well chosen and it does well, even for a micro chant

OVERALL OPINION

I've had 5 / 6 years or more.

Trs good product, it lacks effects and an EQ with mediums for practical use in the main console, but as prmix keyboard is the high class, plus it's not too big

What is too big for the transformer against it in the more "moves" a bit, so to avoid the on / off unwanted (with big "claclac" in the sound) I plug the transformer into a small extension before go on the strip, and rolled

In short, I add that the knobs are excellent, and I have not had any failure in spite of numerous transport and the many conditions!
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