See manufacturer instructions and previous opinions.
Nice colors fader changes, but what good is it?
Sends on Fader in direct accession through the small buttons bus.
All that is an analog portion is available with a button for each function
Sound seems ok (used Live for 3 groups with a system that I did not know)
The effects are how to say, for the live, quite respectable but that does not really break the walls.
I used it for a benefit yesterday someone was home, and that person does not want me to install my X32.
The FADER is unbearable, it seems that the bomb has just been touch; feeling very unpleasant friction. Unable to move three sliders so fluid movement is severely hampered. So feeling rather uncomfortable for a console.
The knobs when their are too light, it seems to turn in a vacuum, they are so loose disk you can make the knob with a jerk like the barrel of a gun running. Again very unpleasant feeling: accuracy seems to be impossible, and the increments are visible on the small screen but not very accurate and are great for my taste.
It is unfortunate that the vast surface of the console is left unused and have a small screen ...
The EQ's are not very violent, hard to get an idea with, especially since the knobs are slender ...
The tracks have no LCD, so the band and the label are still needed, in the digital age!
This console seems already to his old age, I hope not to have to work even with, and I do not regret my X32.
After each choice to choose his tool.
- In 32 XLR
- 2 In stereo in Jack 6.35
- Class A Preamp a lamp
- AES EBU in / out
- Inv-phase H-pass, Gates, compressor, four band parametric EQ's and delay per
- 14 departure with Aux EQ 31bande of work of each Aux
- 1 stereo departure for the master, re-assignable two mono EQ with 31 Bands
- 4 Inserts
- 4 Processors Lexicon integrated and assigned to independent bus
- Ability to work with HiQnet
- USB port for backups, and for upstream work at home (soft gratuis on the site)
- It weighs almost nothing! ca and my love back!
Easier to use, it does not exist. However fader layers are not very well organized or maybe not quite readable for my taste. But since the 2.1 Update all fader are re-assigniable (eg FAD1: In1, fad2 / 3: Stereo 2 fad4: AUX1 ...) which closes this bemole. Simple and effective, and are more intuitive than surment french manual sulfur fairly esoteric translation of certain passage (eg the famous "individual contribution" MTX) ^ ^. The downside of this console is its worthy pots a low end console, very little precision and have to do 15 laps to go from 500 to 1000hz on the parametric eq, it's not really serious, but it's super heavy. If the use, nothing wrong, it's soundcraft.
Preamps a Class A lamp on all inputs, it helps to ring. The effects sound good and are all configurable in excess. The compressors are effective and gate is operated well. For cons, I still do not understand why they thought to put a low-cut and high-cut one Forgot? I must be the only one to cut the scratch ... "Okay" you might say, since there is a parametric eq's en suite. BUT I LOVE THE CUT HIGH THEN NOT fuck with me! Well if a good job, everything sounds of thunder in a significant sobriety.
I use it regularly for 4 months, no major worries was reported. Compared to its direct competitors, the 01V or LS9, it is 10 billion kilometers. Simpler, more efficient, and it sounds much better. Note, its integrated Lexicon effects greatly appreciated. Do not hesitate to try it, it's worth it. I am struggling to make a purchase my room.
ATTENTION, this notice was drafted taking into account the price of the console. It is really very good for a console € 2890 (price Thomann), nothing to do with Vi6 or M7CL.