2 XLR / line jack (phantom power via a switch for all inputs xlr) with 50dB gain
Inputs 3-6: Jack format provided for a signal line
3 band eq for each (4 total) (+ / - 15 dB, center frequencies affectuées: 12 kHz, 2.5kHz, 80Hz)
level of each slice via a rotary Knob (no fader).
no low cut (unlike the version 1202)
1 in, 1 RCA input, 1 RCA.
hand out (balanced), control room, headphones
Knob a common volume of the headphones and monitoring.
1 Knob hand (very average quality)
no switch on / off (grrr).
Necessary, the manual is clear and sufficient. However errors / inconsistencies (not serious) will appear. The manual is provided in English.
A separate volume for monitoring and headphones would have been nice
The Knob hand is sketchy and not very practical.
the grip is VERY simple, it works well and easily!
Is not going to beat around the bush, the gain of the 2 preamp is very, very bof (induces a big breath). the use of an external preamp to me a great help and makes the table fully usable. With a microphone asking some gain is good, if cons by a lot of coal to be heard, must go through the external preamp box (and there are no problems).
With a little work, you can avoid it by setting excessive wind as it takes to avoid asking the gain on the table, but the margin for maneuver is limited.
the eq is effective, and 3 bands really welcome in this range!
Overall the only black spot is that it tends to blow a bit, takes the turn that stuff not add too much, but it's still anecdotal live in small, manageable config at home.
It is correct in the light of the price paid.
I liked: a switch on / off, and a fader for hands (ok it cost, but hey, it deserves)
Apart from that you really value for money, a workable product for the use to which it is intended, no frills and with (almost all) essential.
2 XLR / line inputs with three band EQ
2 Input Jack Stereo
1 Input / Output RCA
Upcoming: headphones, monitoring Ctrl, Aux
Using this small table is simple and intuitive. It allows you to connect 1 or 2 instruments (stereo or mono), a return, a metronome, and MP3 at the same time while being able to perform his personal mix.
Ideal for repeat or play in a group without overloading the room with all returns.
The downside is the rendering of sounds that is correct but we have a little breath quickly. But the whole is quite correct.
I use it for 1 year and it is interesting at value for money.
Personally I prefer this kind of small table to have an amp + return because you can mount its own volume in the headphones without bothering anyone.