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Analog Mixer from Phonic belonging to the MR series.

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  • trema84trema84

    Super versatile console

    Phonic MR4283DPublished on 12/12/13 at 13:51
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Non rackmount console table. Analog.
    24-channel mic / line balanced, XLR / Jack parametric EQ
    4-channel stereo RCA / Jack 4-band EQ.
    8 Groups
    8 AUX
    4 retourn
    Output L / R and center / SUB

    UTILIZATION

    Ultra simple and complete table. With a little practice, it does the rest. VU on all channels work wonders for an orchestra. Clear and complete instructions. Initially we do not use all the functions ...

    SOUNDS

    Console with a very low noise are the paths and add the mix is ​​very clear. The equalizers are linear and precise. No breath.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 5 years and I love its sound qualities and functions with its extraordinary general gro…
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    Non rackmount console table. Analog.
    24-channel mic / line balanced, XLR / Jack parametric EQ
    4-channel stereo RCA / Jack 4-band EQ.
    8 Groups
    8 AUX
    4 retourn
    Output L / R and center / SUB

    UTILIZATION

    Ultra simple and complete table. With a little practice, it does the rest. VU on all channels work wonders for an orchestra. Clear and complete instructions. Initially we do not use all the functions ...

    SOUNDS

    Console with a very low noise are the paths and add the mix is ​​very clear. The equalizers are linear and precise. No breath.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 5 years and I love its sound qualities and functions with its extraordinary general groups and the middle of the console ... This is the fourth of my family tables ... and this is the best ... The less Samick is a good 16 channels very sketchy despite my "arrangements" electronic (replacement of all chemical condos ...). Table Phoniq this is a very pleasant to use but wonder suffers a major flaw ... She is born evil ... By making its circuit boards. It takes 24 hours of work to complete restoration of all welds potentiometers mounted directly onto 4 "motherboards". A card that supports 10 channels, I had to take all welds to free myself from false contacts. Tracks disappeared, it's embarrassing ... Since it seems to work.
    It worth of repairs (24h of work and welding 150g) ...
    I would do this choice because it is really unique, it is like no other ...
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