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Phonic AM 440 user reviews
Average Score:4.0( 4/5 based on 2 reviews )
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ericou's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" rather nice"
Phonic AM 440
It is not rack mountable, this is not the aim, for it is against good construction, is not "cheap", and especially, especially, has the opposite console and type the same price, it provides much of 48 v phantom power, or the other gave only 16 of v, so we can put a studio microphone directly.
This is also why I changed it.
configuration very classic, too bad the outputs are not in xlr jack but symmetric (question of space?) to make it perfect would have had the power supply is integrated and not either as a little too often in transformer outside!
it is cheap, do not ask too much, but it gives a lot for the price.
I bought it after seeing him walk, to replace my behringer ubb 1002, which has a micro way over but the phantom power was ridiculous. (which was the second that I toasted in 2 years) it is much more serious than the building and it sits well beh instantly. of course, like all good things right now, ... it is no longer imported!! .... the new importer (which is in the luxury sound) any premium that phonic.
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jeangusyoung's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
- Is the rack?
I know nothing, and then what good Racker a mixer like that?
- How many lanes, bus, auxiliary sends, returns ...)?
Ben 12 channels, but actually 1, 2, 3 and 4 are mono and there after 5 / 6, 7 / 8, 9 / 10 and 11/12
In a departure from a REC OUT and 2T RTN
- What type of connectors (RCA Jack, XLR ...)?
Apart from the REC OUT 2T RTN who are in the CAR, the rest is 6'35 jack and XLR (Units 1 to 4)
- The parametric equalizer is it?
The 3-band EQ on all 4 slices raw and nothing on the last 4. She is so small that we should not ask too much.
- The effects section is integrated? ...
On my AM440, there is no multi-purpose. Anyway I did not need it.
- The general configuration is simple?
Even simpler because it exists?
- The usual functions are they easily accessible?
Overall yes, but it's still a little tight.
Anyway, now that my levels are set, only the MAIN fader, the CTRL RM knob and switches 2T RTN TO ... will be used.
- The manual is clear and sufficient? ...
I have not read a lot so it's easy to utiisation. The only page I have looked at least 30 times to make sure it would be appropriate to use that I wanted to do is the Block Diagram.
Only 8 / 10 because a few inches taller knobs for airing all were welcome.
- The console is transparent?
- Introduced she breath?
I have not heard ... it would surprise me ... Moreover, not since the beginning of a recording I have two measures to empty the meters of Sonar3 do not move a hair.
In fact with my guitar is super clean. A little less with my condenser microphone that requires phantom power, but ultimately it is quickly corrected.
- The equalizer is it effective? ...
Okay maybe not the very best, but it is a small console to 90/100 €
- For how long have you been using it?
That is now 3 weeks since I
- What thing do you like most/least about it?
These small switches 2T RTN TO MAIN CTRL RM and I was really out of penury.
And I like the blue LED that indicates it is turned on. It gives a nice atmosphere in the cabinet where she is.
Like the Yamaha MG10 / 2 I had before, I would have liked a meter with more LEDs, and a double connector jack / RCA for the last 4 installments.
- Did you try many other models before getting this one?
Before I had bought a MG10 / 2 Yamaha which was not suitable for computer music. The lack of buttons routing 2T RTN was very regrettable.
- What is your opinion about the value for the price?
For its price it meets my needs and finally takes up little space.
- Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...
Without a doubt, but I was also very interested in a TAPCO MIX120.
Edit 1 year after resale ah! If only the phantom had not bothered with that hum, I'd still! Some days I miss her a bit.