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Silicium Silicium
Published on 11/29/04 at 14:27
The TB202 is a micro prampli having not only a part prampli lamp but a 3-band EQ and a compressor.

In fact, there are two in one set TB101 bote spars forming two channels.

It is version 19 "/ 1U (2U, not as I read)
The connection is complte (Jack / XLR) and seems solid.

UTILIZATION

Operation is simple. One branch, it RULES possibly gain and EQ. That's it!

The saw-nitre are quite prcis.

I have a manual in French because I bought the product from a reseller of home loan. (Southern France). It is simple but more than adequate compared to rglages do.

SOUND QUALITY

Great sound with a true heat lamps.
I use it for decision-MC01 voice with the microphone of the same brand.

OVERALL OPINION

For the price, I do not criticize. This is well worth of products sold much more expensive.
Now you have to like the red because the faade is quite showy but Integrates lot in the middle of other products!

For information, the importer Waves System - www.wsystem.com and there is a page description.
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