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Phonic MM1705a
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Phonic MM1705a

Analog Mixer from Phonic belonging to the MM series.

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Publié le 11/17/08 à 13:30
It's a small format, rather complete with 18 inputs in all, distributed as follows:
- 5 Microphone inputs with gain, phantom and xlr
- 3 Stereo inputs with a switch -10 db / + db
- 2 Stereo effect returns simple eg.
- 1 RCA stereo input on simple

Equipped

- 2 Subgroups
- 2 Aux sends
- 1 Master
- 1 Monitor output
- 1 Mono output
- 1 Record output
- 1 PFL on each input
- 1 Headphone
3-band eq -1 for admissions to fader

I used it to rehearse with a band, for evening, small sound systems, home on my pc etc. ...

UTILIZATION

It is simple but complete, depending on what is intended.
The manual is very comprehensive (other apparently did not have the same record)

SOUNDS

It has good sound quality. The mic preamps are not great but it works very well.
The equalizer, although reduced to 3 bands, is very effective and progressive.
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There's a bit of noise, but nothing bad, it's not for the studio, however!

OVERALL OPINION

I've used it for 6 years without any problem and it worked well.
Nothing kidding, no cracking. It is solid and serious.

The negatives:
No real gain setting on the stereo, in -10, it's too hard, + 3, is too low. Not easy to adjust properly.
A little hiss.

The pros:
Value for money very good
Good sound quality
EQ simple but effective and progressive
Rated "good to do anything"
Extensive connections

For use as a "dogsbody", without claiming full pro abilities, I'll go back to it without any problems this product is quality and really cheap.
Phonic is renowned for its reliability and its low price.
I also have an amplifier of this brand that satisfies me.
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