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  • callmastercallmaster

    Alesis InekoPublished on 05/01/05 at 10:02
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Bdp effects, half are of good quality trs.
    MEET the knobs great. nikel

    UTILIZATION

    Trs simple use, especially for beginners 1, manual a bit confusing but it does not matter there is no need to be a less sucks ;-)

    SOUND QUALITY

    24bit compatible so no worries the quality is the sound.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 10 months, I have no prob with, everything works well, what I like:
    - Breakfast not take place
    The sound-quality
    - The AC BYPASS really!
    - 6.35 jack connectors
    - Price
    I love not
    - The knobs a little too close, but it does not matter.
    - No button on off, no ac really trs from the designers.
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    Bdp effects, half are of good quality trs.
    MEET the knobs great. nikel

    UTILIZATION

    Trs simple use, especially for beginners 1, manual a bit confusing but it does not matter there is no need to be a less sucks ;-)

    SOUND QUALITY

    24bit compatible so no worries the quality is the sound.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 10 months, I have no prob with, everything works well, what I like:
    - Breakfast not take place
    The sound-quality
    - The AC BYPASS really!
    - 6.35 jack connectors
    - Price
    I love not
    - The knobs a little too close, but it does not matter.
    - No button on off, no ac really trs from the designers.
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  • TsherlayTsherlay

    Alesis InekoPublished on 02/08/06 at 03:40
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Good range of effects but on a small scale, these FX () are not very exciting ...
    Connectors: 2 IN & 2 OUT jack 6.35 idem, an adjustable gain of the IN (piti button) a hazardous food (for me so wrong type of connector to buy connector hack> not cool ..)
    the difference in level between the potentiometer constant FX is disproportionate> Live possibility of feedback ... NOT ALL TERRIBLE brief that, I was disappointed at first, then later on a synth, a guitar ... for the Trip-Hop, it can do ...

    UTILIZATION

    Brown out between FX (80%), simple config, but it is clear manual normal for FX! the pots are not practical (too close and vague shapes, but stable)

    SOUND QUALITY

    Qu…
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    Good range of effects but on a small scale, these FX () are not very exciting ...
    Connectors: 2 IN & 2 OUT jack 6.35 idem, an adjustable gain of the IN (piti button) a hazardous food (for me so wrong type of connector to buy connector hack> not cool ..)
    the difference in level between the potentiometer constant FX is disproportionate> Live possibility of feedback ... NOT ALL TERRIBLE brief that, I was disappointed at first, then later on a synth, a guitar ... for the Trip-Hop, it can do ...

    UTILIZATION

    Brown out between FX (80%), simple config, but it is clear manual normal for FX! the pots are not practical (too close and vague shapes, but stable)

    SOUND QUALITY

    Quality effects: Good (but usually not all ...)
    intruments still going on but the vote live as I intended to use it: once set, either, but live hacker: to banish (feedback, gain random ...)

    OVERALL OPINION

    Good principle but poorly studied, ended badly (internally I mean), and more buttons are front and center at the feet> when you touch a knob, the machine tips forward>> what foot
    I paid € 200 but with the wrong transformer (factory default ... careful ... you see ...)

    I do advice for beginners who want to tweak curious from time to time is simple and convenient, though ...
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  • FP UserFP User

    Alesis InekoPublished on 10/31/08 at 16:00
    One of the cheapest, easiest, and self explanatary effects processors on the market. loaded w/ 48 effects like reverbs, delays, filters, etc. almost perfect grid navagation system but missing up and left buttons.

    Price paid: $75 USD

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use, just use the two arrow buttons to select the desired program on the grid, than the A, B, C knobs adjust parameters.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Sound quality is very good, high s/n ratio, clean effects that retain smooth and detailed throughout performance. can accept both line level, mic/instrument through the 1/4" inputs.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I feel if they were to include two more navagation buttons for left and up …
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    One of the cheapest, easiest, and self explanatary effects processors on the market. loaded w/ 48 effects like reverbs, delays, filters, etc. almost perfect grid navagation system but missing up and left buttons.

    Price paid: $75 USD

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use, just use the two arrow buttons to select the desired program on the grid, than the A, B, C knobs adjust parameters.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Sound quality is very good, high s/n ratio, clean effects that retain smooth and detailed throughout performance. can accept both line level, mic/instrument through the 1/4" inputs.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I feel if they were to include two more navagation buttons for left and up that would make use easier and quicker to use. Other than that the construction is solid, (all metal) and the pots feel very smooth and have a nice amount of resistance on them.

    I absolutely fell in love with it after half-hour of use. this box provides all that i wanted in effects and more. And retailing for $150 or less in many places this may just cut it as the cheap alternative to the Pioneer EFX-500.

    Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
    Posted by: Unknown ( 6-, 2003)
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