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bekanor bekanor
Publié le 04/17/06 à 08:04
Character explains well above

there are just a lot of output;)

UTILIZATION

Simple enough, for I have quite a fight against to understand the connections and connection types headphones in \ out

English manual useful but not complete: some lments are fully explained pa!

Are We There Yet even very easy to navigate!

SOUNDS

I think the problem is a lil of this console, there is a lil kan same breath if you push the gain,

equ are the average medium-and low-May really does not exist in acute

OVERALL OPINION

I used a year before my brother breaks the pa (...) and I was able to make rpar!
The report simply silent qualitprix standard: Buy 225 on Pixmania!

Recommended for small semi pro concerts, bars etc ...

I think it is very very good in mixing-up!

Given its price and ease of use, totally recommend to young pti!
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