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Publié le 06/20/08 à 02:54
Transistor technology

and opto compressor

enhancer and drive with resonance

XLR and jack

balanced output jack

phantom power supply

subsonic cut in the back

non-rack model edge

UTILIZATION

Very simple config

properly handle the input level

the sound is easy

and very ditterent following the compression used

She even adjustable

SOUND QUALITY

Branch with a 414 c or Neuman's fine

the machine gives a vintage color and not transparent

OVERALL OPINION

I use it since late 2000 (!)

and came out number of titles and album where he officiates

sound without the fuss

j'utise also api 553

manley tube compressor

Studer 369 preamp

unbeatable value for money

nothing to do with the series and fatman minprint ivoiry

I had another model of joemmek before

nothing to do either

I would do this choice
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