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  • DannnDannn

    Ross RCS-802Published on 08/11/05 at 07:20
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It is rack, it has 8 voice microphone (XLR) or Line (6.35) + inserts on each slice (it can also leave every independently without going through the bus which can be interresting: 8 tracks)
    2 effect sends or (pre or post fader by changing a jumper position inside the console)
    2 returns, only one bus master
    non-parametric 3-band EQ low, mid and treble
    no built-in effects section

    The components used are for FET preamp input and TL072 op amps for the treatments (well-known components)
    The knobs are all metal pin (faders and rotary)
    The 240V supply is built into the table

    UTILIZATION

    Very simple, there is a PFL through, but not mute, headphone listening is single (phase…
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    It is rack, it has 8 voice microphone (XLR) or Line (6.35) + inserts on each slice (it can also leave every independently without going through the bus which can be interresting: 8 tracks)
    2 effect sends or (pre or post fader by changing a jumper position inside the console)
    2 returns, only one bus master
    non-parametric 3-band EQ low, mid and treble
    no built-in effects section

    The components used are for FET preamp input and TL072 op amps for the treatments (well-known components)
    The knobs are all metal pin (faders and rotary)
    The 240V supply is built into the table

    UTILIZATION

    Very simple, there is a PFL through, but not mute, headphone listening is single (phase) and powerful (useful)
    I got it without a manual (hand) but it is not boring (simple)

    SOUNDS

    Personally I use sound in a small combo jazz, I find it quite warm at her, quite a few blows but more than current products.
    The EQ is quite effective but also is music to my taste.
    I also made some sound of choral ensemble with two AKG 224 in AB configuration very correct.
    It's never a "cold", flat and aggressive, and in fact that is too "détimbré". (Correcting mild and "large") The sound is quite alive.

    OVERALL OPINION

    6 years
    Its sound quite mellow
    Some models with parameters that misrepresented the sound too much, or very "flat".
    It was priced gift opportunity (at the time the price was higher than in 2005 ...)
    Other products exist today, most efficient and very inexpensive ...
    But I have never regretted the purchase ...
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