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jaudouig jaudouig
Publié le 10/23/06 à 05:03
Console dedicates to acoustic instruments.

Input / Output:

6 Channel Mono Inputs Mic / Line
Stereo Input Channel 8
6 Insert I / O
Monitor Out 1 -
2 Headphones out
2 Effects I / O
2 Record I / O
4 Master Outputs

See the description on this site:
http://www.lnrmusic.com/opera.html .

UTILIZATION

Get started fast trs.
The manual can lend a hand to identify all entries.

SOUNDS

Trs good sound. That of unico in fact, with many more possibilities.
Reverb trs effective and simple.
The knobs and finish "fly box" feel good work.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had a few weeks. Utiliss with a pair of Schertler Side.
The sound is beautiful, as with the Unico, but more Submitted.
Use in an acoustic band with percussion, violin, flute, guitar and voice.
You have to see what happens with instruments "electric".
The Systm Operti + Side is more than enough room for small and medium.

Purchased as part of a dstockage with the pair of side, I do not know if I buy them at normal price.
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