Phonic MM1805X

Phonic MM1805X

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MM1805X, Analog Mixer from Phonic in the MM series.

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Phonic MM1805X tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Phonic
  • Model: MM1805X
  • Series: MM
  • Category: Analog Mixers
  • Added in our database on: 08/30/2002

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Phonic MM1805X user reviews

Average Score:4.0( 4/5 based on 2 reviews )
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mmarkus's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Phonic MM1805X
6 tracks with mono microphone XLR inputs with insert
4 tracks Stro
A multi effect with fader control
Auxiliary output 2
2 subgroups
Hand out a stro
Hand out a single
Most connectors are JACK format.
2 in connection supplmentaires cinch to connect with cassette recorder, etc. ...


The look is fun and simple trs for someone who knows the analog console

The handling is quick and trs not take head!

This is convenient as it is a flat rear connector that makes it easy to
taken up and to reconnect with good vision and reading connection.
Those who need to look derrire a cabinet with a flashlight
to read the inscriptions between the wiring I understand.


It is clear that the aspect breath prampli and quality of EQ
it is far from Allen Heath Mackie or other, but it is a gnral 3 or 4 times as much.

It is clear that the effects are not extraordinary Intgr whether they should be compared to those of more
Studio even more children. Yet when you have a table available to make Live
example is when even very nice to have on hand and on balance
not that bad.

This table is similar to the design and the Behringer is therefore in the same crneau
plutt a sound way (but dpend your ears) and lots of opportunity for a small budget.


The weak point in my opinion are the limitations on the inputs gains despite a button that stro
Push really not enough for devices that have limited output levels,
IDAL for these units would pass by (right) before and feasible prampli
but especially if you want to get a recording and sounds good enough
situations for pro or semi-pro.

I have used for just over a year, I also had a Mackie 1402 which sounded better
but with less of a connection and a bit spartan for a similar price.

This table has served me well for small projects, DMOS and small concerts that will rev well,
on the other hand when a becomes serious especially for this recording it is better to turn to
Mackie or Allen Heath for color and sound quality of pramp, but you have to pay the price
is to say three or four times as much.
CONCLUSION: This table is for you if you have a small budget and projects IMMEDIATE,
So this dpendra especially your requirements and your purse.

angelofdeath's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Phonic MM1805X
Rack Console 8-track ... to all other news has said in the t prcedent post.


The table is very easy to use, a small BMOL at learning the use of effects, very intuitive to beginners s'avre ...
the manual is clear and well done.


The sound of the console is very correct at least for this price range ...
where we abuse a little gain, even when it blows a little.
Little more about the console, a prsence qualiseur the output signal (bypass possible) can refine rglages quickly even if the prscision is relative.


Ending for two years.
It apprcie: - groups,
- Qualo the output
- The Intgr ffects,
- Inserts on each channel,
- The price!

This small console idalie for budget and rvle ffective for use in RPET and live (connecting back possible) ... namoins means it remains a tool for recording.
Considering the price, honestly you can not do much better ...

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