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  • reno007reno007

    Why so much hate?

    Shure FP33Published on 01/05/12 at 19:06
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Shure FP 33 mixer field robust and reliable.

    OVERALL OPINION

    When I read the reviews below I admit to not really understanding ...
    I tested tonight after purchase OCCAZ aprem this and for my part I find it quite honorable. I do not know the electronic components that compose it but I think they are good: the entire unit is quality, it shows. Regarding the power supply into 48V phantom, just switch a cross inside the box.
    Actually the meter may seem a bit dated but it works great.
    I think that's all: there is certainly a time to grip but then I think she's performance in relation to its competitors.
    It's more in terms of ergonomics it a little fishing.

    About the breath,…
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    Shure FP 33 mixer field robust and reliable.

    OVERALL OPINION

    When I read the reviews below I admit to not really understanding ...
    I tested tonight after purchase OCCAZ aprem this and for my part I find it quite honorable. I do not know the electronic components that compose it but I think they are good: the entire unit is quality, it shows. Regarding the power supply into 48V phantom, just switch a cross inside the box.
    Actually the meter may seem a bit dated but it works great.
    I think that's all: there is certainly a time to grip but then I think she's performance in relation to its competitors.
    It's more in terms of ergonomics it a little fishing.

    About the breath, after having done my settings must be recognized that there is almost no: I have an Associate Neuman KM 185 and it works great.
    In short, rather satisfied with my purchase since the same in sound device would have cost OCCAZ 3 times that price ... I lost a little ergonomics but I win a lot in savings!
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  • soundrecordsoundrecord

    Shure FP33Published on 12/18/05 at 14:45
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    A mixer that should be taken out of circulation for so many reason I do not know where to start

    it's not a mixer mill
    the preamp of shit (well there is that, having to call this pre-amp), each blow as a beef, so it's all a storm!
    the transformer insulation (houaaarfff) should be removed they would bring back less noise!
    writ force not want to pay dearly, you want to sell us the price of gold has nearly 2000 euros still a bunch of crap!

    one comment to remember; away!

    OVERALL OPINION

    N / A
  • jaylvjaylv

    No one!

    Shure FP33Published on 07/20/10 at 01:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    3 inputs mixer

    OVERALL OPINION

    Fully agree with the other opinion. I have used on filming news (long ago!). That blows very hard and there is not even a 48v! In short, it's not pro quality.
    Prefer the Sound Devices, SQN, Sonosax or another ....
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