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Rj_4000 Rj_4000
Publié le 07/14/10 à 13:28
EQ bands 2x30 (1 / 3 octave) + / - 6dB or + / - 15dB switchable
with filters for bass and treble shelf
+ 2 notch filter semi-parametric (choose the frequency) super convenient to transfer a Larsen 5 sec ...
+ High pass filter with adjustable frequency

Q constant REALLY!

Rack 19 "3U.
Full analog.
Connectors (In and Out): XLR and / or Jack 1 / 4 "bal. And / or screw connector (convenient and cheap).

Universal 100-240V power supply.

Not very deep (133mm) and fairly lightweight (4kg), which is great if you put 3 in a rack (9U = time).

UTILIZATION

Very practical: it is the minimum filter for maximum efficiency in selecting just what you need.

SOUND QUALITY

This is the BIG point +: excellent.
Really.


OVERALL OPINION

I use it recently.
The sound and ease / flexibility of setting were TB +.

Single "flat" push buttons are a bit "cheap" and it crachotte a little engagement of the notch filters.
Otherwise, it's flawless!

Excellent product for the price!
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