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Phonic MM1705a

Analog Mixer from Phonic belonging to the MM series.

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Porridge14Porridge14

Phonic MM1705aPublished on 01/18/03 at 13:27
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This is a console 11 inputs (5 mono, 3 stereo), which is quite curious and original, but may suit some configurations (including mine!). 3-band EQ on all channels 2 subgroups, 5 outputs, two effects inserts, a headphone output. For the price, that's all you can wait, I think.

UTILIZATION

The manual is clear, comprehensive but ... in English, if I remember correctly! That said, it's not a big problem: the table works like all other tables and is rather well designed and ergonomic. Everything is very solid.

SOUNDS

Some find that the consoles Phonic sound a bit metallic. This is not my opinion. For me, the sound is neutral. The equalizer, moreover, is very good. In contrast, the mic...…
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This is a console 11 inputs (5 mono, 3 stereo), which is quite curious and original, but may suit some configurations (including mine!). 3-band EQ on all channels 2 subgroups, 5 outputs, two effects inserts, a headphone output. For the price, that's all you can wait, I think.

UTILIZATION

The manual is clear, comprehensive but ... in English, if I remember correctly! That said, it's not a big problem: the table works like all other tables and is rather well designed and ergonomic. Everything is very solid.

SOUNDS

Some find that the consoles Phonic sound a bit metallic. This is not my opinion. For me, the sound is neutral. The equalizer, moreover, is very good. In contrast, the mic preamps are really poor: Can not directly connect a condenser microphone on it! Obligaoire external preamp. But hey, the price of the table, one would expect ...

OVERALL OPINION

I use the mm1705 for nearly a year and I am delighted. The sound that comes out of this console is very good, and I never found the slightest breeze! Phonic is not a household name in France. I think it's a shame, because their consoles are, in my opinion, very good. The only problem if you want to work with a condenser microphone is that it will buy an external preamp and more. Alternatively, for dynamic microphones and instruments, it's really perfect.
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lysergic57lysergic57

Phonic MM1705aPublished on 08/27/04 at 03:55
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Cf characteristics set by Porridge14. The scope of the 5-way mono and stereo 3-way configuration is a little weird ^ ^

UTILIZATION

Very easy to use, this table has the basic functions that you would expect from a mixer of this price.
The manual is in two parts (an English manual and a manual french), but the french part is less comprehensive than in English.

SOUNDS

This is my first console, so I was not really a comparison.
I do not have any problems of breath, I think this console is neutral.
By the equalizer against are daunting! They cut out their frequencies

OVERALL OPINION

I use the console for three months and I am very satisfied. It has a good value for money.
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Cf characteristics set by Porridge14. The scope of the 5-way mono and stereo 3-way configuration is a little weird ^ ^

UTILIZATION

Very easy to use, this table has the basic functions that you would expect from a mixer of this price.
The manual is in two parts (an English manual and a manual french), but the french part is less comprehensive than in English.

SOUNDS

This is my first console, so I was not really a comparison.
I do not have any problems of breath, I think this console is neutral.
By the equalizer against are daunting! They cut out their frequencies

OVERALL OPINION

I use the console for three months and I am very satisfied. It has a good value for money.
I had the opportunity to tater Behringer few before buying, but the Phonic seems more robust.

If I had to buy a console for that price, I would definitely buy the MM1705a
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the wavesthe waves

Phonic MM1705aPublished on 11/19/04 at 08:41
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CHARACTERISTICS level, it is doing quite a mix between ... 5, eq graph (damage) to 1 and 1 efx that is made to a second, group 2, and all the standard master section ...

UTILIZATION

Usage is quite simple, it's like all the tables ...
the manual is short but sufficient, no need to know much if you have the doc of specif ..

SOUNDS

A little test I did ... I used to use it I started to sound to my group and I did not feel the slightest breeze, it seemed pretty clear ..
But I just recement aquérir headphones AKG K271 Studio ...
I plugged in headphones, all faders down, and I started playing knob gain a slice of the Hasar ....
Not the breath of God, that's my flipper! it is not...…
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CHARACTERISTICS level, it is doing quite a mix between ... 5, eq graph (damage) to 1 and 1 efx that is made to a second, group 2, and all the standard master section ...

UTILIZATION

Usage is quite simple, it's like all the tables ...
the manual is short but sufficient, no need to know much if you have the doc of specif ..

SOUNDS

A little test I did ... I used to use it I started to sound to my group and I did not feel the slightest breeze, it seemed pretty clear ..
But I just recement aquérir headphones AKG K271 Studio ...
I plugged in headphones, all faders down, and I started playing knob gain a slice of the Hasar ....
Not the breath of God, that's my flipper! it is not transparent at all! Even with the pot to 0 ...
In terms of Eq is the grapique, it is not exactly terrible, but good for the price we will not yell ..

OVERALL OPINION

I have been using already two and a half years, and she is pretty because I are nothing else at hand, it served its purpose but nothing more ... When you REALLY goes into the world of audio, we realize that quality is important ... trs trs The ratio Q / P is not bad. Finally the price was what was what.
With experience, I will not make that choice, by CRITERIA ct + ct financial and real urgency AT THE TIME .. If I buy a mixer Devaya like this, I will wait for the sub and I will buy a mixer 2 has seen three faith the price ... at least the quality has a price but say little if not do otherwise is not bad because I have learned with bcp ..
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Franck CascalèsFranck Cascalès

Phonic MM1705aPublished on 04/17/05 at 10:49
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This table was my Premire table, I use it since January 2004, if I had to choose a new table for the first time, is that if I would take no new line shells, it is r s easy to use + and it is practical. @ + +

UTILIZATION

Simple and not making head.

SOUNDS

Good overall sound.

OVERALL OPINION

Is that so that I would not sit again should this be the very first time again.
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  • Manufacturer: Phonic
  • Model: MM1705a
  • Series: MM
  • Category: Analog Mixers
  • Added in our database on: 09/28/2002

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Other names: mm1705a, mm 1705a, mm1705 a

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