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Peavey PV 20 USB
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Analog Mixer from Peavey belonging to the PV series.

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  • Trs good console

    Peavey PV 20 USBPublished on 05/03/08 at 02:59
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    No rack, 20pistes including 16 mono mic / line with +48 V phantom power supply, insert - gain - low cut - EQ 3 bands - EFX - panoramic trail. There are two outputs for Send feedback to each SETTING THE inconvnient per track alone: ​​the connectors for returns is jack .. And yes I am a DJ came in concert, at the time want to connect the multicore, and as well we are c ** because the multi is XLR.


    Owner of effect with effect rate per track, I think right, as rglage: deffet rate and time (for reverb and delay), the effects are mono.


    Input / Output (USB Stereo reports of hand, so no multitrack). With selection "USB to mix" or "USB to ctrl / HP."
    The only inconvnient this USB......
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    No rack, 20pistes including 16 mono mic / line with +48 V phantom power supply, insert - gain - low cut - EQ 3 bands - EFX - panoramic trail. There are two outputs for Send feedback to each SETTING THE inconvnient per track alone: ​​the connectors for returns is jack .. And yes I am a DJ came in concert, at the time want to connect the multicore, and as well we are c ** because the multi is XLR.


    Owner of effect with effect rate per track, I think right, as rglage: deffet rate and time (for reverb and delay), the effects are mono.


    Input / Output (USB Stereo reports of hand, so no multitrack). With selection "USB to mix" or "USB to ctrl / HP."
    The only inconvnient this USB when recording and playback simultaneously: "USB to mix" the sound playback will be included in the registration in "USB to ctrl / HP", the sound reading is not included in the recording but the sound "hand" is no longer in the headphones.

    = The solution is to mix with a small mixer output 2pistes Crtl / Send out a room and, as the output is pre-fader Send it was the volume of his instrument without affecting the main mix.

    = The other possibility classic
    Plug-source "reading" of the computer on a track Stereo
    -Put the fader it 0 (nothing in the record mix)
    -Connect the headphone amplifier output on the "Send Me"
    Rgler-return rate for the track that has just been read to plug
    Rgler-return rate for the track record
    As has been the headphone that you play and play mixes as desired without affecting the recorded mix.
    Even when it is a shame that Peavey has not yet trs prvu this common uses ... (Or there is a feature I did not find ^ ^)


    The micro pramplis are not bad at all but the EQ is not sharp enough, but it's a good dtail ^ ^

    UTILIZATION

    Personally, I did not need the manual, is clearly on the table trs it extremely simple to use.
    I use it in home studio and in concert, no worries still very simple and easy to use.
    Too bad it is not the book in a box or a transport flight, I lug around in its original box but Thomann there for less than the 100 flight.

    SOUNDS

    So as I said above, ask the gualiseur be more "cutting edge" if not, the console has hardly breath, you really push the gain and fader to hear lg rately. The console is transparent (I think anyway) and always the good pramps trs. The cheap shot is also fixed 80Hz.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for over a year now, I really like the pramps by against a nice t have that either the USB multi-but hey you can not have everything above that price !
    The manufacturing quality is good, feels solid.
    Compared to other tables in the same price range is well above it I think, trs connectors solid, good PRMP, to 2, etc ...
    I worked on the 01V96, 02R96, Midas, Soundcraft, Allen & Heath ... and even if you do not play in the same court, this little console does not sound bad at all!
    The report qualitprix is ​​unbeatable, especially thomann!
    And I would do without hsiter choice without problem!
    Trs a good deal of which I am fully satisfied!

    Malcolm BERTHOU ( http://malcolm-berthou.fr )

    Edit: APRS 3 years of use (occasionally for 1 year) it still has not moved Fidler, it works perfectly!
    As planned, the solid.
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