Mackie Onyx 1620i
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Mackie Onyx 1620i

Onyx 1620i, FireWire/USB/mLan Mixer from Mackie in the Onyx-i series.

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Playskool17 02/05/2010

Mackie Onyx 1620i : Playskool17's user review

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Rackable console.
8 mono channels, 4 stereo.
4 dparts Auxiliary switchable pre / post fader.
48v phantom power per channel.
Main output XLR / Jack, Jack in the output.
Equalo 4 bands: Low, Low-Mid (parameter), High Mid (parameter), High.
80Hz low-cut on each mono channel.

No sections of effects (purely analog console if we except the FireWire output).

I turn 18/20 especially for the presence of phantom power per channel.

UTILIZATION

It is an analog console, it's easy.
I read the manual that is fairly complete, clear, and in French.
Are on 60mm faders alone, but it was enough in light of what we do with (repeat and bars).

SOUNDS

Well, it's not a Midas (it's not the price of a midas either), but was already very good job of this award-l. A bit of breath when you push earnings to extreme, a qualisation quite effective. The Pramper are very correct.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 3 months. I already used high doses RAM pico 16:2 (I speak just for fun, this is the greatest console 16 channels of world), a Yamaha 01V, and a Yamaha amplifier e I can not remember the REFERENCES.

Compared the 01V, it is mainly the simplicity of use: I was tired of being the only group I know of to connect the console. Obviously it is also much less CHRE, but that is normal (no effect, less track, ...)

Compared the yam which amplifies silent in the same price range (if one excludes the portion amp) is much better in terms of transparancy and sound quality: notably less distortion.

It is a console that takes up little space, trslgre that sounds correctly, and even my drummer knows the plug! I am very satisfied.

on the other hand I do not think it is very suitable to the quality of live apche when even a little too much in Pramper. For small gigs in bars, yes, but if it is to make bigger ...
With exprience, I do it again this election without much hesitation.