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Publié le 11/17/10 à 07:47
Digital mixer (therefore portable) with DSP effects (COSM, Roland) integrated. Little sister of the M-16X. This mixer has 10 CHANNELS including two XLR (phantom power x 2) with HI-Z input.
Digital audio processing "24/96"
Each channel offers the following processing units: a high-pass filter, 3-band EQ, pan, AUX, FX (DSP), selection, Solo / Mute and Level controls.


UTILIZATION

Simpler and more intuitive you die! Watch in hand, and accustomed to analog consoles, it can be understood in just one hour.
The manual is well done and also rather convenient for the stepper.

Me: I wanted a digital mixer with analog simplicity.
This is the ultimate in ergonomics, functionality and accessibility.
Very convenient set:)



SOUNDS

The preamps are very good, if not excellent. I also have a yamaha MG82CX and a Behringer XENYX 1002FX is incomparable in my opinion. COSM effects (compressors + markers) are very good. There are 5 basic DSP effects Short Echo, Echo Room, Small Hall, Large Hall. For the rest: 3 compressors (Comp. 1, 2, 3) + voices of two markers Vocal Enhancer + Narration.
Personally, I pass my Digitech VX400 now because the built-in effects are really great.
The big plus: The spectrum analyzer automatic (Room Acoustic Control) = which optimizes the balance depending on the room or you are. In sum, the mixer is placed a few meters from the two speakers are clicks over a spectrum analyzer and within minutes the mixer gives us a suggestion balanced against the attributes of the room. It works really well!

To describe a sound it must still be state of the equipment that we use. So my background:

Singing in a band Pop Rock
Two speakers with active compression QTX 250W Titanium 1.75
Edirol M-10DX
Microphone Superlux TOP 248 + Prodipe TT1

NB: Do not push your speakers active at over 70% of their power because the preamps are very pêchus.

No breath if you meet the recommended values (@ 50% knob preamp and Master out to 60/70%). Clearly, nothing to do with a table like Yamaha MG Berhinger Xenys Mackie VLZ or other ...

In short, it is a digital mixer really nice and efficient.


OVERALL OPINION

I've had less than a month.
I tested a plethora of models (Yamaha Berhinger, Mackie, etc. fame).

What I like the ergonomics of a table + analog and efficiency of a numerical list.

Value for money: bought @ 240 € new on the Web. So no complaints. It is certainly more expensive than analogue desk, but it's much better:)

If I make that choice again? Oh yes:) Edirol M-10DX
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