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Redson Table de mixage Vintage REDSON PAM 802 A - 8 pistes
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laurentraymond laurentraymond
Publié le 02/08/10 à 23:32
Table 8 between high and low impedance jack 6.35 2 to 1 with effect
section of customizable effects in echo reverb delay feedback can connect a rack effect or
other processor 3-band equalization severe acute medium talk back microphone and headphone jack
left and right master outputs each with a fader

UTILIZATION

very very simple not need the manual test and 10 minutes was included

SOUNDS

its hot equalo not doing their job as some current table where they are almost nonexistent
no breath or cracking yet been 30 years that I have: C IS FOR IN THE HEFTY HEFTY
because I have a bunch of times trimballée

OVERALL OPINION

30 years she weighs like 10 kg I like the sides are wood
it's warm sound suitable for all styles of rock music reggae rap musette dance etc. ...

virtually impossible to find nowadays

concluding 30 years of musical practice with such material it creates links!
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