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Soundcraft EPM12
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Analog Mixer from Soundcraft belonging to the EPM series.

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  • Soundcraft EPM12Publié le 09/24/08 à 04:37
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - Is the rack?
    yes, with an optional kit (approx. € 25)
    - How many lanes, bus attendant, departures, returns ...)?
    12 mono channels, 2 stereo channels, 2 auxiliary
    - What is the type of connectors (RCA, Jack, XLR ...)?
    XLR or Jack for the mono channels, stereo jack for channels, XLR master output, jack for auxiliary
    - The parametric equalizer is it?
    Parametric equalizers medium on mono channels
    - The effects section is it integrated? ...
    not

    For digital consoles:
    - What is the accuracy of the sample (bits / kHz)?
    - Automation is supported?
    - What type of sync are supported? ...

    UTILIZATION

    - The general configuration is it simple?
    yes, no worries
    - The......
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    - Is the rack?
    yes, with an optional kit (approx. € 25)
    - How many lanes, bus attendant, departures, returns ...)?
    12 mono channels, 2 stereo channels, 2 auxiliary
    - What is the type of connectors (RCA, Jack, XLR ...)?
    XLR or Jack for the mono channels, stereo jack for channels, XLR master output, jack for auxiliary
    - The parametric equalizer is it?
    Parametric equalizers medium on mono channels
    - The effects section is it integrated? ...
    not

    For digital consoles:
    - What is the accuracy of the sample (bits / kHz)?
    - Automation is supported?
    - What type of sync are supported? ...

    UTILIZATION

    - The general configuration is it simple?
    yes, no worries
    - The usual functions are they easily accessible?
    The knobs are a bit close for my taste (and again, I do not have big fingers)
    - The manual is clear and sufficient? ...
    Yes, very comprehensive

    SOUNDS

    - The console is transparent?
    so for my needs
    - Introduced she breath?
    not
    - The equalizer is effective? ...
    yes

    FYI, I use it for the live, not recording. I think this console is designed to live, and the limit for home studio models.

    OVERALL OPINION

    - How long have you use it?
    2 months
    - What is so special that you like most and least?
    PLUS: simple, analog, no built-in effects, price
    LESS: rough finish (no knobs screwed for example), spacing between knobs too low, no direct outs
    - Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    Mackie VLZ one, but I was not in
    - How would you rate the quality / price?
    very good
    - With experience, you do again this choice? ...
    yes, but with the sub, I would take a mackie to the side and more robust
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  • Soundcraft EPM12Publié le 06/05/09 à 13:01
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This is an analog console 12 mono tracks (each with an XLR is noted), Stereo 2 tracks, two auxiliary dparts, EG three bands with mdium parameter. No effects Intgr.

    There is nothing superfluous. However, it lacks a button on / off and lights for the PFL and Mute, as it is not clear when the inter are engaged.

    UTILIZATION

    Operation is easier than on my old table (Berhinger 1622FX), there are fewer features, but all are useful to me. The table is fairly intuitive, it comes out without worry. This is important for me who does not know much in this area. An assistant would not have dplu more, but hey the price as it is.
    The buttons are close indeed, but that's the price to pay for a......
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    This is an analog console 12 mono tracks (each with an XLR is noted), Stereo 2 tracks, two auxiliary dparts, EG three bands with mdium parameter. No effects Intgr.

    There is nothing superfluous. However, it lacks a button on / off and lights for the PFL and Mute, as it is not clear when the inter are engaged.

    UTILIZATION

    Operation is easier than on my old table (Berhinger 1622FX), there are fewer features, but all are useful to me. The table is fairly intuitive, it comes out without worry. This is important for me who does not know much in this area. An assistant would not have dplu more, but hey the price as it is.
    The buttons are close indeed, but that's the price to pay for a table despite the compact 14 tracks.
    A manual in French would be welcome.

    SOUNDS

    The sound is good, without breath, quite friendly and the legalization works. Frankly, nothing wrong, had gard to price.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 3 months. Before, I had a Berhinger 1622FX, which offered more opportunities, but most do not serve me, suddenly I'm confused. This table seems more solid, although I did not suffer with the problem Berhe. The EPM12 inspires confidence with its chssis mtallique heavy. The report quality is excellent price (300 euros). For my use, résumé:
    Assets:
    -Simplicity and usability
    -Son and effective rglages
    Great number of tracks
    Aspect-solid

    Cons:
    -No power button stop
    -Roast Manual
    No light-mute and PFL
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  • Soundcraft EPM12Publié le 03/08/10 à 08:35
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Everything is already said, I will therefore complement the negative points include:
    - Lacks a general level auxiliary
    - Lack PFL / Mute
    - Connectivity to jack
    - No cross-General

    UTILIZATION

    Good ergonomics
    Proximity is not too problematic in itself

    SOUNDS

    Console very transparent
    Preamp relatively good quality for the price

    OVERALL OPINION

    For value for money, you have to accept some flaws.
    The compromise is in my opinion an excellent product.
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