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Samson Technologies MPL1502
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Samson Technologies MPL1502

Analog Mixer from Samson Technologies belonging to the MPL series.

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Samson Technologies MPL1502Published on 01/04/07 at 14:09
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15 tracks Mono Jack 6.25, 5-way XLR microphone, 5-way Stereo, RCA outputs, 2 channels 4 channels AUX RETURN (effects section but not Intgr intgrables and settings! )
5 return channels, connectors complte trs = 3 strips of legalization for each channel, adjustable headphone volume, phantom power supply, balance stro ....

UTILIZATION

The configuration of this desk is excellent! even for an amateur musician like me, its use is very simple and effective. this desk seems robust PSE = weight! General for the quality and overall seems excellent compared to other mixers called "suprieures". Its size is reasonable for a 15-way and easily transportable for concerts.

SOUNDS

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15 tracks Mono Jack 6.25, 5-way XLR microphone, 5-way Stereo, RCA outputs, 2 channels 4 channels AUX RETURN (effects section but not Intgr intgrables and settings! )
5 return channels, connectors complte trs = 3 strips of legalization for each channel, adjustable headphone volume, phantom power supply, balance stro ....

UTILIZATION

The configuration of this desk is excellent! even for an amateur musician like me, its use is very simple and effective. this desk seems robust PSE = weight! General for the quality and overall seems excellent compared to other mixers called "suprieures". Its size is reasonable for a 15-way and easily transportable for concerts.

SOUNDS

The console seems to me completely neutral with respect to the sounds, the rglages of qualisation = we feel are effective changes rglages always in comparison with other mixers!
on the other hand, so I was bluffing, is the total lack of breath even with the knobs back! PSE and I my words, but surprisingly for this type of console.
so it's a total pleasure to use this mixer for sound to my group or collection outdoor models to save on PC in-home studio.

OVERALL OPINION

I purchased this mixer in time for 7 months and I am delighted! I wanted to have enough ways to connect the five musicians in my band mixing, and for trying other brands (Behringer, Phonic, Yamaha), I can assure that it remains the best mixer I have used in this price range <250 euros!
I consider the report quality unbeatable price (pay-hand 120 euros), and I would do without this choice hsiter!
It is also unfortunate that the mixer does not recognized the true value because it is complte (except Intgr effects!) And of excellent quality.
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  • Manufacturer: Samson Technologies
  • Model: MPL1502
  • Series: MPL
  • Category: Analog Mixers
  • Added in our database on: 11/30/2002

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