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Analog Mixer from Soundcraft belonging to the Spirit series

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  • Arts en ScèneArts en Scène

    Soundcraft Spirit LX7-16Published on 05/31/03 at 23:11
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Console 16 mono channels, 2 Stereo, 2 Stereo FX returns
    TO 6, up to 4 pre or post 4
    4 subgroups
    Output L / R mono and
    The mono channels are quite compltes: between XLR or jack, insert, direct out prpost, 100Hz high pass filter, 4 band legalization +15 / -15 dB with two semi-param mdiums cudgels, channel on / off, bus assignment, PFL, and the faders are a little toy Premire view but they use rvlent fluid and strong enough, not one without lcher prvenir.
    Stereo channels: from on jacks, eq treble / bass, dparts TO 1 / 2 or 3 / 4, for ST1 1/2-MIX groups and groups for 3/4-MIX 2, PFL; small regret: no faders on these slices.
    Master section with dparts AUX (AFL on each), four groups w…
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    Console 16 mono channels, 2 Stereo, 2 Stereo FX returns
    TO 6, up to 4 pre or post 4
    4 subgroups
    Output L / R mono and
    The mono channels are quite compltes: between XLR or jack, insert, direct out prpost, 100Hz high pass filter, 4 band legalization +15 / -15 dB with two semi-param mdiums cudgels, channel on / off, bus assignment, PFL, and the faders are a little toy Premire view but they use rvlent fluid and strong enough, not one without lcher prvenir.
    Stereo channels: from on jacks, eq treble / bass, dparts TO 1 / 2 or 3 / 4, for ST1 1/2-MIX groups and groups for 3/4-MIX 2, PFL; small regret: no faders on these slices.
    Master section with dparts AUX (AFL on each), four groups with inserts, L / R with inserts, single, all on XLR or jack. Systm micro-order in quite handy.
    Another strong point, all connections are symtrique, part two RCA to background music that replaces the MIX output when changing scne (intrt limit of this function, even when ...)
    Another little regret, or even two, impossible to put a microphone in order because of the flexible connector in front rear, and no control for flexible lighting.
    Phantme global power.

    UTILIZATION

    Manual: not seen, not read, I do not know! It is intuitive for anyone who has a console adj touch becomes even empty!
    Systm The micro-order has a particular function, it must hold the button to speak quickly to "forget" and leave the line open while you insult the musicians happily though the rgy in your shelter, but on the other ct requires 2 hands to speak, so to speak, the one holding the microphone and one button ...

    SOUNDS

    The legalization is excellent, pramplis are perfect for the live and recording in "amateur clairquot, in fact for the home studio has trs glue well, and for live amplified music, but also I am recording symphony orchestras and chamber music, and my pair of static m'amne knob often gain back.

    OVERALL OPINION

    2 years on the console, during which I made use of a relatively ad hoc (thirty out live, two models in home studio, a dozen live recordings), but rather grows, and when m ' had to choose my new console (it is only a 16-way ...), I took Spirit without hsiter: solid, handy, intuitive, efficient connectivity and a pro quality of its trs enjoyable.
    Sure, it's my Premire Pro console, I did not really lments comparison with other brands, but I am a teacher of music, classical training, and the sound of this is really bbte INTERESTED trs; again, a console with features like, especially the 6 AUX and eq, less than 2000, remains even when a good deal !
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