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Negraval 05/22/2003

TC Electronic M300 : Negraval's user review


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Digital Multi-Effects (96Khz, 24 bits)
Comprehensive connectivity, In / out analog and digital S / PDIF, MIDI IN / OUT
1u rack of good quality (PSU incorporated: a good point)
2 effects engines that can be connected in series or in parallel (switch on the back: a pity!)


In terms of ergonomics: nothing to say it's totally intuitive as all is set by rotary switches and potentiometers.
No menu and sub menu and sub-sub menus on LCD riquiqui (you know what I mean), everything is visible to the position of the knobs or memorable (99 presets)
It is a model of its kind for ergonomics! And more knobs and switches seem of good quality (it will see use after a few years for reliability ...)
Good manual, simple and concise (almost useless so the handling is intuitive.
Comprehensive MIDI implementation.


High-quality reverbs, the delay is good too, there is even a compressor (I have never used)
I use it as an insert on a mixer mackie, with synths, guitar etc ... and rendering is excellent, not a hair out of breath. dynamic than enough.


Used for 6 months.
I have other multi-effects but for the quality / price it is unbeatable.
If you hesitate between the Lexicon MPX 100 and take it tc-electronic: better and cheaper.