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Samson Technologies MPL2242
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Samson Technologies MPL2242

Analog Mixer from Samson Technologies belonging to the MPL series.

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Samson Technologies MPL2242Published on 12/30/03 at 18:42
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
- 22 Between 10 with mono (balanced) of 6.35 and double Jack XLR (microphone level with 48V Phantom power supply dconnectable) and 6 of Jack Stro 6.35 (Asymetrique. .. So.)
- 2 outputs on Stro 2 + 1 BUS MASTER output.
- 4 Dpart TO (POST 1 PRE 3) and AUX 3 and 4 5 and 6 double-switched button.
- Back to Strorglage in Gain and Pan.
- 4-band EQ (Low, 800Hz, 2.5kHz, High)
- Monitoring by SOLO PFL + + + THE BUS. With adjustable gain. Headphone 6.35 in Facade.
- VU meter Stro -20 6 (7 diodes ...)
- Rackable with Oues fixed.

UTILIZATION

- Ergonomics classic but effective tjs ....( From top to bottom: gain, EQ, AUX, PAN, fader ...)
- Sizes pots ... it's going ... a little......
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- 22 Between 10 with mono (balanced) of 6.35 and double Jack XLR (microphone level with 48V Phantom power supply dconnectable) and 6 of Jack Stro 6.35 (Asymetrique. .. So.)
- 2 outputs on Stro 2 + 1 BUS MASTER output.
- 4 Dpart TO (POST 1 PRE 3) and AUX 3 and 4 5 and 6 double-switched button.
- Back to Strorglage in Gain and Pan.
- 4-band EQ (Low, 800Hz, 2.5kHz, High)
- Monitoring by SOLO PFL + + + THE BUS. With adjustable gain. Headphone 6.35 in Facade.
- VU meter Stro -20 6 (7 diodes ...)
- Rackable with Oues fixed.

UTILIZATION

- Ergonomics classic but effective tjs ....( From top to bottom: gain, EQ, AUX, PAN, fader ...)
- Sizes pots ... it's going ... a little tight for big fingers ...
- The PFL switch, selection of TO and others are enjoyable (...) and sturdy.
- I never had the manual ... ;)

SOUNDS

Fairly transparent Gain 0.
Boosts the low medium high gain.
Purrs well Saturation of (desired course!;)
Acceptable signal to noise ratio. (No more ...)
Eq + / - 12 for mediums + / -15 for High and Low. (The 2.5kHz cries a little when pushed ..)
A good gain gnral ... unfortunately for my neighbors ... ;)

OVERALL OPINION

Buy okkaz ... 5 years ago
I like the sound ... the possibilities ... the property that a single PRE or limiting ...
The faders are a little hard ... and notched in the center (0 dB)
But she is strong in gnral ...
New: Good quality price.
Good buy if you want correspont the config ...
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  • Manufacturer: Samson Technologies
  • Model: MPL2242
  • Series: MPL
  • Category: Analog Mixers
  • Added in our database on: 11/30/2002

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