The console is rack and brackets are provided even if you want to install
There are eight mono channels and 4 stereo channels, which is still something to have fun
On mono channels there is a mic input XLR line input jack 6.35 all in symmetrical order to insert a dynamics processing, then come the gain knob, a low-cut through (it's really nice of a small table like that), the setting of severe knob (in shelf to 80Hz) frequency band Semi-parametric midrange, treble (12kHz to shelf). we find after the acute effects of the two starts is a post the other is in pre or post. Come then pan and fader (60mm ALPS) can monitor each channel post fader, the saw- meters, while dedicated to the main stereo output of a sudden become the meter of the way into PFL (post fader listening) very convenient for a specific job.
An LED indicates by flashing her that we can saturate (still happy that we can have that but it is not true of all tables in this price)
There is a mute on each track and it also has the ability to route the output of two groups or the main stereo
Oh last thing, the 48volt (phantom power supply) is also selectable channels (it is not negligible when one wants to store a battery or other micro with a ribbon and electrostatic)
On stereo channels were more knob input gain and the connection is jack (use an external preamp or DI after branchemant of instruments). The stereo channels automatically returns to mono if you do an entry on both
This table allows me to get up to seven signals in symmetric configurations for simple battery is very sufficient. For the live using an external preamp is doing it easily.
The effects returns are in stereo (4 6.35),
there are also RCA input to manage the monitoring of a PC or another, left right RCA output (useful for recording with repeated MD output)
It has no effect section and I prefer much (why pay more for the poor effect anyway)
The output groups 1 and 2 hand (L / R) and Control Room At t 6.35 year are symmetrical, there are also the main XLR
Setup is simple, just to get started touching and it acquired table very easy to use, the manual is useless in my opinion (for the curious who can speak English you always flipping). Everything is easily accessible there is no need for so much time to take control.
I would not say that this particular console color the sound. By making intelligent use and without the Bourin with gains Equal ago largely a way to have a fairly round, if desired, and faithful to the source.
Obviously it's not high-end gear (called the table of a 300 euro) but for the price I find q'elle knows how to forget. it does not bring anything sublime in sound but it adds nothing ugly.
The console does not blow the power supply is an external machine very quiet no problem on that.
The equalizer is effective but pushed into a corner it can be a bit dirty (on the other hand I never really need to use so far, I took the test out of curiosity).
I use it for 4 years, nothing special to say except that I am satisfied, it makes me good service is the key.
What I like most about being able to get seven signals for recording drums, the connection is well thought out, the phantom power supply per channel;
What I like least, the fader is somewhat flexible, but it may be a matter of taste, and the manual is in English.
Yes behringher eurorack of somewhat similar, which was Deplus me away.
I also tried the mackie, she has a good sound, but the problem lies more in the reliability point of view, the band made the mind one after the other and he had a lot of "dropping its ... . weird)
The value for money for months is very good, the ergonomics of the table by the phantom power supply, 16-channel mixing, the possibility of routing nice, used both in home studio on the small benefits.
I do it again this election easily, for 299 euros I do not see what I could ask for more.