Soundcraft FX16II
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Soundcraft FX16II

FX16II, Analog Mixer from Soundcraft.

dar-dar 11/01/2009

Soundcraft FX16II : dar-dar's user review

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Analog mixer with effects 32 numriques disposal. Rackable, it is small. Here are the characteristics constructor:

<span>Key Features:

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26 inputs

16 mono microphone channels.

4 stereo returns

4-bus architecture, with sub-group routable to mix

Built-in 24 bit Lexicon digital effects processor

32 FX settings

Tap Tempo

3 FX parameter adjust rotaries

User FX settings store function

Direct outputs for multi-track recording Individually switch-able for pre-post-fade operation

Inserts on all mono channels

Inserts on stereo mix output

Classic Soundcraft 3-band EQ with swept mid-band

Stereo 18dB / octave 100Hz high-pass filter

Global Dual + 48V phantom power split channels 1-8 and 9-16

Channel Mute control

10-segment tri-colored metering

Two sub-group outputs

Separate mono sum ​​output

Integral universal power supply

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It was therefore among 16 XLR or phone line and insert slices on each. Live out prpost handy. 4 to whom ddie internal multi-effects. Equalo paramtrique the mediums only.</span>

USE

Simple as an analog console everything is under the eyes so easy and accessible all levels except the connection that is the ass of the machine.

SONORITS

Quite right console, stiff hair, lacks a bit of roundness.
Much less cold than 01V to give you an idea.
Transparent, I'd rather do. We are in the midrange therefore will but it is not the ultimate heat!

No breath against report by the qualisation is correct without exceptional being. I'm doing very well despite all live in all situations regardless of the instrument repiqu.

For effects, it's not bad, certainly much adpanne.

NOTICE GLOBAL

I've had more than 6 months. I once had an MG16fx Yamaha. We are well above in terms of sound, effect especially eq.
on the other hand, more knobs in faade, so may make some foulli instantly.
Maybe a little lack of fishing for pramps that give the feeling of lacking only feature.
Around 700 euros I find a bit expensive but good, the connection is in numbers, it can be used both in small home studio than live. Everything is not nearly the same level: eq, effects connectors. There's no strong points nor major weaknesses.

For my group sound use in small rooms, it is well-filled small role of good enough quality console.

Finally, I'd say she did a good job for making simple things without taking the cabbage: small clubs, small tournes ...
Maybe a little chre. I would see a rather new 600 euros.