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Publié le 12/21/09 à 17:26
features

This in my opinion the most interesting part of this console, though different from his most famous rival 01V96 (la01v Classic does not even compare yours), it is nonetheless equally useful and sometimes more simple.

the ddx features 16 mix busses which opens many possibilities, but surprisingly, no routing is allowed on these buses which requires them to return each bus in a slice if you want to take advantage of routing options (the least for assigning the hand)

it has 32 channels with 16 "virtual" home that can operate entirely provided you have an interface.
if using the 32 channel mixer with external sources, we can no longer enjoy the 16canaux "virtual" to mix buses, or the fx which requires an external treatment for dynamic eq and other treatments offered by the machine .

no grid patch compared to the 01V96, we can assign the inputs on faders in groups of 8, and the PSU ghosts walking by 2x6 3x4 cons for yamaha.

cepandant, how to use the console is more open than the Japanese graces encoders on each channel and the other six rotary encoders and push under the screen, you can have control on the selected channel 4 start (at or fx) and a departure on all other channels which is more comfortable on stage.

the machine is very thoughtful, very intuitive, very easy to access and although no longer distributed, still deserves its place in our regulated (for models that works in any case ...)

48khz and 24 bit conversion is the maximum available, 4 internal effects are present whatever the configuration, the cepandant fx 3 and 4 do not dsposent reverbs.

everything can be made using the fx or circuits as onstage, but it obviously sacrifices the effect fx channel selected. can therefore have a total of 8 circuits independent mixes

and it is rackabe flycase proposed by Thomann is very well designed

Word clock sync by internal or external via the slot extensions.

UTILIZATION

very simple to use, and adaptability to the style of chaqun: eg

you can choose to display either the channel parameters to first select either by touching the fader or encoder of the channel.

the manual is very clear and explicit

all important functions are the same and a little more ...

a statement on the mine: it tends to become unstable hot, so I removed the cover from the slot 2 in order to install additional ventillo which solves this problem.

I think having the forum and the opinions that this console has the capacity and performance alternative to the 01V96 which is expensive but in return for its price, you have to fiddle a bit to get some reliability
yamaha It's expensive but it works and you buy you ask yourself questions
ddx the other hand is cheap but it you offset the financial gap that inevitably creates a gap in reliability

SOUNDS

RAS on sound, transparent and dynamic, so you hear everything and its opposite ...

OVERALL OPINION

I know very well on small 01V96 but the LS9 and M7CL, I had the opportunity to work on vista studer 2000, harrison (film studio mix) and some other nice machines incomparable

I like my little cepandant ddx offering me a lot of possibilities for a lower prices despite the hacks

Note that worries me one encountered on this machine seem to be very often due to the PSU heats can very well deport this one out of the console and ventilate more efficassement has provided you know what ing.

it is a choice of mc Guiver sound broomsticks abstain.
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