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Yamaha IM8-24
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Yamaha IM8-24

Analog Mixer from Yamaha belonging to the IM8 series.

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regieson regieson

«  very good front console unknown »

Publié le 08/09/11 à 15:46
we have version 40 + 4 stereo channels and we are delighted. eq 2 full parametric very effective and a sound warning very very honorable!

it has to 8, 8 bus, 4 mute groups a super simple matrix section

you please tell me yes there is better but not at this price !!!!!

UTILIZATION

so everything is very clear, the doc is dailleurs in cardboard, I think we never opened.

is a sound system and front console thinking everything is accessible and simple ...

SOUNDS

the preamp have no particular color ... the eq is particularly effective, even when no breath exceeds the nominal ranges and the stereo master!

OVERALL OPINION

2 Years.
I used a lot of console before and it is in an excellent mean, of course I work often on a 4000 pm and on Midas H3000 and then vienna digital consoles that are not in the same range, but the price of 8 im doing very very well!!

we hesitated a Soundcraft GB 8 but frankly no, im 8 raffle him the prize :-)

the small compressor on each slice works well on many different instrument and makes great services .. right now if you have a lead voice Well it remains for you to buy a good comp but only 1 channel only ... :-)

I would definitely do it again this election there in this price range any digital or analog concurence to him!
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