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Studio/Sono CASMA Studio/Sono CASMA
Published on 08/21/07 at 12:21
a few gaps in the paramtrage (compared to 01V96), I find it very complte (unless also among the spdif in and hits that take up among others).

USE

Very easy to use, I find it very intuitive. (Easier than yamaha o it sometimes gets lost in the menus if you do not use the same model all the time)

SONORITS

The pramps are transparent (no breath (-72 with the substantive gains - calculus with my HDSP9652 RME ADAT))
The converters are very well (sound recordings sound good in general)

NOTICE GLOBAL

For almost 5 years of use (and yes, I bought the very beginning 2000 with the ADAT card! So do not complain about the price quality for I am very happy even this price (except now the 01V96 is almost the same price as the DDX3216 there 5 years 500 1000 see prs) I have never encountered worries, even at ventillo who has never made a monster sound! (perhaps the first models were stronger than 600 new versions!)
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