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Samson Technologies L3200

Analog Mixer from Samson Technologies belonging to the L series.

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Samson Technologies L3200Published on 06/20/09 at 08:06
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Non-Console Rackmount
-Console 32 channels (Jack or XLR), 4-Bus (Jack), 6 Auxiliary (Jack), 1 / O CD / tape (RCA)
Exit "Main out" and "Mono Out" is only XLR
The output "Hand B" is only in jack and is controlled by a knob and not a fader ...
-The equalizer is only semi-parametric midrange on ...
Division-integrated effect on two auxiliary switchable

UTILIZATION

Configure-to classic table type, practical and well thought
Long-only in English (Also available on the official website but only and always in English ...)

SOUNDS

Good-surprise, the console is really transparent and without breath, I tested it on Yamaha HS50M and rendering is very good condition has not to push......
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Non-Console Rackmount
-Console 32 channels (Jack or XLR), 4-Bus (Jack), 6 Auxiliary (Jack), 1 / O CD / tape (RCA)
Exit "Main out" and "Mono Out" is only XLR
The output "Hand B" is only in jack and is controlled by a knob and not a fader ...
-The equalizer is only semi-parametric midrange on ...
Division-integrated effect on two auxiliary switchable

UTILIZATION

Configure-to classic table type, practical and well thought
Long-only in English (Also available on the official website but only and always in English ...)

SOUNDS

Good-surprise, the console is really transparent and without breath, I tested it on Yamaha HS50M and rendering is very good condition has not to push in those trenches!
-EQ is effective but a parametric'd been very welcome ...

OVERALL OPINION

I've had very little time but I just tell you now (in my opinion):

Its defects:
-No possibility to add a bar graph!
Button missing-finishing ... (Some resort more than others!)

These qualities:
-Integrated effects are handy if you do not want to bring external rack.
-Many entries
-Its very very good quality for this price

Value for money unbeatable despite a very aggressive competition!

Conclusion: I do not regret my purchase, it completed its function very well in my home studio or on stage!
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  • Manufacturer: Samson Technologies
  • Model: L3200
  • Series: L
  • Category: Analog Mixers
  • Added in our database on: 01/20/2008

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