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charly71 charly71
Publié le 08/14/06 à 00:28
31-band graphic EQ
knob a gain (up to 6 dB)
An adjustable low cut knob (16,160 Hz)
A switch to the legalization (attention it makes a noise when it is put into service)
A switch for low blows.
An evil and a female XLR paqr channel input / output.

UTILIZATION

You can not go wrong!
You plug the XLR derrire, we light (with a nice blue LED to tell us we are on!).
It then chooses whether or not to service the legalization via a small switch a little hard (but at least we do not accidentally switch ...) We made the same cut down.
Then it's ears to play!

SOUND QUALITY

It works!
There's not to say. The legalization is prcise and frank. When you go down a frquence-12dB, it is down, period!
The sound is clean, no noise or breath.

OVERALL OPINION

Ben works! And there's nothing else to say!
The prsentation is simple and professional. Everything I love, and everything you need.
We need to gain at least to do to make "pet" in Systm when one switches the legalization ... This is the only criticism I would make.
Otherwise, we frquences are corrected ds dplace the knob.
Efficient, simple. So British!
Bought a great shot nine for 850, it is to announce catalog at more than 1150 .... heat the Card!
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