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  • mparientempariente

    ESSENTIAL IN HOME STUDIO

    Alctron PF70Published on 06/27/13 at 21:51
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    Owner of big sE elctronics (too expensive for my taste), I stumbled upon this thing that I bought immediately. Simply because it is already much larger than sE, the pyramidal structure of the foam is very pronounced, and the two side panels can move, which brings a more significant when taking her.

    The pub brand assures us that we can mount the panel on a footing of sound or mic. Uh! If you want the integrity of your microphones, forget the mic: the machine weighs five pounds, plus a U87 or TLM127 I have, your mic will for sure switch and dropping the panel assembly / micro down. Even the speaker stand is recommended with a fair bit. So, not saving on foot!

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    Owner of big sE elctronics (too expensive for my taste), I stumbled upon this thing that I bought immediately. Simply because it is already much larger than sE, the pyramidal structure of the foam is very pronounced, and the two side panels can move, which brings a more significant when taking her.

    The pub brand assures us that we can mount the panel on a footing of sound or mic. Uh! If you want the integrity of your microphones, forget the mic: the machine weighs five pounds, plus a U87 or TLM127 I have, your mic will for sure switch and dropping the panel assembly / micro down. Even the speaker stand is recommended with a fair bit. So, not saving on foot!

    The assembly of the parts is no problem when I'm not fucking a nail.

    This triptych, more than twice cheaper than sE is extremely effective particulièrment with two pivoting panels, it's very solid (this is the big mechanical) and seems so essential in a home studio that I ' have bought a second. So at least to make your own craft with foam and a desk for example, darker product. Offered around 100 euros, why look elsewhere?
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