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gulboz gulboz

«  A very robust material! »

Published on 05/19/13 at 22:51
characteristic: see previous review

UTILIZATION

Contrary to what is written down, it is possible to save those with different levels of listening. Simply through the CUE. In fact, the use via the touch screen is so intuitive that we forget to look at the user manual (me first ...).

In addition, the SPDIF output (digital output) can connect to the USB port of a computer via Edirol UA1EX interface type! Very practical.

SOUNDS

The adjustment range of input levels can connect microphones to keyboard outputs.

An entry-level instrument 'used to connect a guitar directly ie without using a DI box. It makes life easier!

OVERALL OPINION

As all users of D16, I particularly appreciate its compactness and its ridiculous weight.
Its touch screen is really great to use. It is really very quickly during handling (no need to ask "so I have to press any key,? Oh well I'll highlight the user manual ...").
And last but not least, the D16 is super strong and super reliable! In the space of 10 years, no crashes, no crash, no degradation potentiometers or connectors! Recent product design should take a leaf ...
Come on, I put 9 because I'd like more input (16).
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