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Digital Mixer from Soundcraft belonging to the Vi series

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  • MatounneMatounne

    Soundcraft Vi6Published on 09/04/08 at 05:30
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    In-flight!

    -64 35 mono inputs Into Outputs. Pairs of mono inputs Can Be linked to create stereo channels.
    -24 Insert send / return Can Be peers configured (using available I / O) and Assigned to Any of the inputs 64 or 35 output channels.
    -All 64 input channels Can Have direct outputs in addition to Their internal bus routing, Assuming Sufficient I / O est disponible (eg optical MADI card).
    -32 Grp / Aux / Matrix, more hand-CSF Solo Mix and LR busses (maximum of 16 matrix outputs configured Can Be).

    Connection from local-to rack stagebox: Standard fit: Cat5 or Cat7 cable, with Amphenol RJF connectors. Optional: Fibre Optical interface card (additional cost).
    Max-distance, loca…
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    In-flight!

    -64 35 mono inputs Into Outputs. Pairs of mono inputs Can Be linked to create stereo channels.
    -24 Insert send / return Can Be peers configured (using available I / O) and Assigned to Any of the inputs 64 or 35 output channels.
    -All 64 input channels Can Have direct outputs in addition to Their internal bus routing, Assuming Sufficient I / O est disponible (eg optical MADI card).
    -32 Grp / Aux / Matrix, more hand-CSF Solo Mix and LR busses (maximum of 16 matrix outputs configured Can Be).

    Connection from local-to rack stagebox: Standard fit: Cat5 or Cat7 cable, with Amphenol RJF connectors. Optional: Fibre Optical interface card (additional cost).
    Max-distance, local rack to stagebox: 80m using flexible reel-mounted Cat5 cable, 130m using Cat7 permanent cable installation.
    GPIO-facility: There are 16 GPIO contact closure inputs and outputs on the local rack, and 8 inputs and outputs on the stagebox.
    PM: There Is a MIDI In and MIDI Outs 2 on the rear of the control surface.

    EQ-settings on each input and 31 bands on each output

    -8 Integrated Lexicon effects processor

    -Sampling frequency 48kHz.

    UTILIZATION

    -The simplest use of any digital consoles

    SOUNDS

    A grain of preamp-worthy of a high-end analog
    Lexicon Effects built-magnifiquent
    -Dynamics processor for each BSS signed entries
    -Build quality beyond reproach!

    OVERALL OPINION

    -In recent months, Simple and effective, well up above the high range of Yamaha, but this has a cost!
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  • blbl

    It changed my life !!!!!!

    Soundcraft Vi6Published on 08/06/11 at 02:09
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Vi1 of the Vi6, I have everything at hand!
    The software is simple and effective but unfortunately it is currently OFFLINE!

    UTILIZATION

    The handling is very simple so basic, for it has so many cons that can be a little more advanced functions work.
    Unfortunately the manual is in English but it is clear and detailed!

    SOUNDS

    The first time I used I took a slap!
    A clear and precise, almost as an "analog", after having knocked on YAMAHA M7CL and PM5DRH ... I rediscovered my sound system!

    OVERALL OPINION

    He holds a Vi1 for 1 year I am fulfilled. The value for money and bury the M7CL consort! 4 months since I bought a Vi6 to complete my park and there SOUNDCR…
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    Vi1 of the Vi6, I have everything at hand!
    The software is simple and effective but unfortunately it is currently OFFLINE!

    UTILIZATION

    The handling is very simple so basic, for it has so many cons that can be a little more advanced functions work.
    Unfortunately the manual is in English but it is clear and detailed!

    SOUNDS

    The first time I used I took a slap!
    A clear and precise, almost as an "analog", after having knocked on YAMAHA M7CL and PM5DRH ... I rediscovered my sound system!

    OVERALL OPINION

    He holds a Vi1 for 1 year I am fulfilled. The value for money and bury the M7CL consort! 4 months since I bought a Vi6 to complete my park and there SOUNDCRAFT miracle I got my shows and I can work either on or Vi1 Vi6!
    The value for money of 1 is phenomenal, when the 6 is quite acceptable to the views of performance
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  • samesongsamesong

    Not convinced ...

    Soundcraft Vi6Published on 05/15/11 at 13:11
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    So to have all the info it is best to have a look at the site builder, because it has many functions, and just being hosted on it, I would give all! At this point it seems very complete, as many digital console said upscale.

    First thing that I scored in the wrong direction, the faders me one more is thought to 01V at a console fader upscale this price.

    UTILIZATION

    The general configuration is relatively simple, the touch screen you want in here is short, on a first approach it seems not bad. But relatively confusing for a user of Yamaha (PM5D, M7CL and Degidesign ,...) I am. (Used to a central screen containing all the info)
    Soundcraft have tried, I think, a digital analog a…
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    So to have all the info it is best to have a look at the site builder, because it has many functions, and just being hosted on it, I would give all! At this point it seems very complete, as many digital console said upscale.

    First thing that I scored in the wrong direction, the faders me one more is thought to 01V at a console fader upscale this price.

    UTILIZATION

    The general configuration is relatively simple, the touch screen you want in here is short, on a first approach it seems not bad. But relatively confusing for a user of Yamaha (PM5D, M7CL and Degidesign ,...) I am. (Used to a central screen containing all the info)
    Soundcraft have tried, I think, a digital analog approach to this but here it hangs for me, it's digital, not analog, in terms of visualization, I think it's bad. Lots of mini square with information to look through a magnifying glass, as saying that the drawings of Eq (parametric and 31b) are used strictly for nothing, like those of the compressor, in short it is certainly not super important, but already disturbing to see an EQ quickly.
    Then I heard this console with no menu and sub menu, for my part I rather lived Conversely, ever impose a "click" for anywhere from a single slice (on a 5d you have everything on hand for the selected slice)

    Another black spot in my taste, the earnings that are not links on a pair of slice.
    I found the console long to react when it comes to change layer. And visualization of the GR comp just ridiculous (or at least have a magnifying glass)

    Brief about usage I have not been convinced, and I feel like I have lost a lot of time

    SOUNDS

    Ah I had a real problem, I am announcing right away, it was not from the system, because with my favorite CD, I just do not try to hit 31b eq. Parcontre more I felt the need to make a MH4 to a H3000, or more than one LS9 PM5D. I found it soft, but so soft ..... no sense of dynamics, the feeling of arriving very quickly within the dynamics of the beast.
    The EQ also made me think of those of the MH4, in short they must go inside to do something serious, and I did not find it very flattering to the ear.
    The Gate is simple, I did not manage to do.
    The Comp is doing pretty well
    The FX-cons are doing with them very well

    Result, as the MH4, I do not like the sound and feel not given this machine, especially when one knows the price!

    OVERALL OPINION

    That tested once I'm more than retry the experiment, and change your mind, but I'm not at all convinced by the Vi6 especially for the price, I located more in the range of M7CL in sound quality (although the gate of M7 I draw things), I prefer short largely a 5D or Venue
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