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Soundcraft EPM6
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Soundcraft EPM6

Analog Mixer from Soundcraft belonging to the EPM series.

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"Soundcraft EPM6 Mixer"

Soundcraft EPM6Published on 06/03/15 at 20:01
I've had this mixer since I decided to start taking my production seriously. It is a simple, cheap, surprisingly functional home mixing board. The board has 6 mono inputs/faders with an XLR, channel gain, return input, FX send, 3-band EQ, 2 mono aux sends, pan, a PFL switch, and a mute switch. It has 2 stereo i/o's with channel gain, Hi/Lo shelves, 2 aux sends, balance, a PFL switch, and a mute switch. 2 Aux outs send via T(R)S, 2 monitor outs via T(R)S, 2 master XLR outs controlled by a set of LR Master faders. There is a knob for the monitor out gain, and a phone jack with it's own monitor gain. There is a set of 2-track i/o's. This board is equipped with +48V phantom power that feeds......
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I've had this mixer since I decided to start taking my production seriously. It is a simple, cheap, surprisingly functional home mixing board. The board has 6 mono inputs/faders with an XLR, channel gain, return input, FX send, 3-band EQ, 2 mono aux sends, pan, a PFL switch, and a mute switch. It has 2 stereo i/o's with channel gain, Hi/Lo shelves, 2 aux sends, balance, a PFL switch, and a mute switch. 2 Aux outs send via T(R)S, 2 monitor outs via T(R)S, 2 master XLR outs controlled by a set of LR Master faders. There is a knob for the monitor out gain, and a phone jack with it's own monitor gain. There is a set of 2-track i/o's. This board is equipped with +48V phantom power that feeds the mono channel XLR inputs.

I marked this board as "beginner" because sending a signal to the master is very easy. However I feel like truly pushing this board to it's limits takes some significant understanding of signal processing.

Overall I give the Soundcraft EPM6 4/5. This board sounds great sent to a full-range PA or farfield monitors, nearfield monitors, and phones. The amplifiers are clear, transparent, and honest. There's no "sheen" or glimmer to this board. If your input sounds bad, you'll know. I find this a very nice feature with the board, although some engineers might find the amplifiers somewhat boring. Driving the solid state electronics at the fader to peak gives a gritty low mid range distortion that I like.

Once again, 4/5.
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Soundcraft EPM6Published on 12/27/08 at 03:17
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
This console is not rackable (in the state)
6 mono mic / line channels with integration and supply 48 volts
2 line stereo channels symmetric
2 mono aux sends (pre setting / post in the master)
pfl through.
mute per channel.
Linear potentiometer 60mm pleasant
Connections XLR and TRS balanced 6.35.
3-band EQ with semi-parametric mid 150Hz 3.5 HZ I would have preferred a little higher.
No effects.

USE

Simple and logical configuration.
All the usual features are available.
The clear and sufficient manual but practically useless
for those who know a bit how a mixer.

SOUNDS

Question transparency, I would give my opinion later when
I'd really served me.
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This console is not rackable (in the state)
6 mono mic / line channels with integration and supply 48 volts
2 line stereo channels symmetric
2 mono aux sends (pre setting / post in the master)
pfl through.
mute per channel.
Linear potentiometer 60mm pleasant
Connections XLR and TRS balanced 6.35.
3-band EQ with semi-parametric mid 150Hz 3.5 HZ I would have preferred a little higher.
No effects.

USE

Simple and logical configuration.
All the usual features are available.
The clear and sufficient manual but practically useless
for those who know a bit how a mixer.

SOUNDS

Question transparency, I would give my opinion later when
I'd really served me.
Breath, like many mixing console you have to push for the few
I tried.
EQ me the effective area.

NOTICE GLOBAL

Can I use it for long.
the most! I love all the color, size
The least! quite near the knobs of the other,
and which seem quite fragile, they easily move my taste.
The phantom power as many small consoles is
the master and thus overall route (a when allime through as before)
the effectiveness of EQ anything good, do not think better than BEHRINGER
as we tend to believe it (but I'm using it since can
and I could not really test yet!)
No inter power of the table! it's stupid?
So for € 175 new at "EURO GUITAR" LILLE (including postage) is the cake,
a very good value, and if it again I would buy
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Soundcraft EPM6Published on 07/23/13 at 06:06
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Everything said about this console. I add here that there lack: a general power on / off button.

UTILIZATION

Very easy to use, which is nice when you do not have time to get lost in the details while you only need general functions.

SOUNDS

I looked for a console with a good quality / price ratio and breathless. I found.

OVERALL OPINION

Excellent console for home studio not too complicated and without headaches. I used last year for acoustic recordings (guitar) and vocals with Shure KSM137 and AT2020. The result is perfect for me. ...
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Everything said about this console. I add here that there lack: a general power on / off button.

UTILIZATION

Very easy to use, which is nice when you do not have time to get lost in the details while you only need general functions.

SOUNDS

I looked for a console with a good quality / price ratio and breathless. I found.

OVERALL OPINION

Excellent console for home studio not too complicated and without headaches. I used last year for acoustic recordings (guitar) and vocals with Shure KSM137 and AT2020. The result is perfect for me.
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" 10/10 (no!!) 05/10 (yes)"

Soundcraft EPM6Published on 03/02/13 at 04:54
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Hello, me and my brother play mainly electronic music and live outdoors for leisure, this has soundcraft EPM6 (205 €) and me mackie VLZ3 which has cost € 350 + so not much dear!
I guarantee you that the sound of the EPM6 is really, really poor beside the mackie!
to the ear, EPM6, makes his incomplete handed the VLZ3 and at least neutral! see better!
In the hands EPM6 is more a gadget with fader which are not far from grinding for nothing!
in the hands of the mackie is very comfortable with seems slide faders on the ouch with protection against poussier.Je just want to say that with EPM6, we just make that sound restrained and
if you play after a mackie, it is necessarily......
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Hello, me and my brother play mainly electronic music and live outdoors for leisure, this has soundcraft EPM6 (205 €) and me mackie VLZ3 which has cost € 350 + so not much dear!
I guarantee you that the sound of the EPM6 is really, really poor beside the mackie!
to the ear, EPM6, makes his incomplete handed the VLZ3 and at least neutral! see better!
In the hands EPM6 is more a gadget with fader which are not far from grinding for nothing!
in the hands of the mackie is very comfortable with seems slide faders on the ouch with protection against poussier.Je just want to say that with EPM6, we just make that sound restrained and
if you play after a mackie, it is necessarily above!! necessarily want to sell and ultimately more money spent!! so what only 150 € "the purchase eCard!
RAVE ON

UTILIZATION

06/10

SOUNDS

04/10

OVERALL OPINION

05/10
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Soundcraft
  • Model: EPM6
  • Series: EPM
  • Category: Analog Mixers
  • Added in our database on: 07/12/2008

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