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Analog Mixer from Samson Technologies belonging to the PL series.

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  • T BASST BASS

    Samson Technologies PL1602Published on 10/24/07 at 02:46
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Analog mixer
    Rack 19 "2U (definitely the highlight of the table, because little space, ideal if you work with a rack and there is a small square free)

    33 connector jack 1 / 4 "(32 + 1 rear panel headphone jack on the front) + 2 XLR (mic input 1 & 2)

    16 tracks (8 stereo) 2 band EQ per track - to 2 per track - a balance per track
    - A keg volume - with 2 returns to scale - 4 out

    no effect (but able to put two externally)

    UTILIZATION

    While there are simple and easy to access, (except the input and output jack, a rack once, must be accessed from the rear, for a normal rack !!!!)

    all controls are accessible on the front (except for trim on XLR 1 & 2 are on back)

    I bo…
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    Analog mixer
    Rack 19 "2U (definitely the highlight of the table, because little space, ideal if you work with a rack and there is a small square free)

    33 connector jack 1 / 4 "(32 + 1 rear panel headphone jack on the front) + 2 XLR (mic input 1 & 2)

    16 tracks (8 stereo) 2 band EQ per track - to 2 per track - a balance per track
    - A keg volume - with 2 returns to scale - 4 out

    no effect (but able to put two externally)

    UTILIZATION

    While there are simple and easy to access, (except the input and output jack, a rack once, must be accessed from the rear, for a normal rack !!!!)

    all controls are accessible on the front (except for trim on XLR 1 & 2 are on back)

    I bought it used, without the manual

    SOUNDS

    Clear front panel (or from the time we know the basic multitrack mix)

    She never left and never plan knob noise

    breath very reasonable (I also had a BEHRINGER MX2642A and the breath of Samson is more discreet) when I speak of breath ... mixer all have the breath

    2 band EQ 2 band is effective but a bit tight (me who loves decrease midrange)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 years since I bought the largest (but more expensive too!) But comprarons which is comparable, the quality / price is very reasonable (I bought it secondhand € 180)
    The rackmount version + very convenient if you need it
    the - band EQ 2 ... a fair bit

    with the experience and the same budjet, I would do the same choice (she never let me plan and never sound knob)
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