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  • fifdubfifdub

    Seck 24/4/3Published on 11/03/10 at 09:26
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    It is a console with 24 channels with 4: 2 are in post / 2 first.
    1 EQ with parametric mid on each channel.

    2 returns (I do not use them, I prefer to re-pass in a way)
    no mute button. just interuptor Line / Mic channels for white spaces
    Having an overall meter.

    in output: a mono jack, 2 XLR.
    a headphone output.

    UTILIZATION

    Simple setup / manual unnecessary. button

    SOUNDS

    not enough space for air, very good EQ, it has a lot of reserve.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for some months. I once had a table much more modern. (Soundcraft EFX12). I appreciate very much this beautiful table.
    I love having lots of channels (that's really cheap way), not bad auxiliar…
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    It is a console with 24 channels with 4: 2 are in post / 2 first.
    1 EQ with parametric mid on each channel.

    2 returns (I do not use them, I prefer to re-pass in a way)
    no mute button. just interuptor Line / Mic channels for white spaces
    Having an overall meter.

    in output: a mono jack, 2 XLR.
    a headphone output.

    UTILIZATION

    Simple setup / manual unnecessary. button

    SOUNDS

    not enough space for air, very good EQ, it has a lot of reserve.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for some months. I once had a table much more modern. (Soundcraft EFX12). I appreciate very much this beautiful table.
    I love having lots of channels (that's really cheap way), not bad auxiliary. soffloe no. button of relatively spaced enough, not too heavy table (although it remains at the studio)
    She does what is asked and does it well.
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