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  • MAHARAJAZZZMAHARAJAZZZ

    Limit is not won.

    the t.racks LIMIT 2/2Published on 09/04/13 at 23:38
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    How long have you use it? For several concerts.
    Have you tried many other models before buying it? Not for limitation facade.


    What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    The kind of plastic cover to secure access to the adjustment screw threshold suggests that this device is "pro". Once the cache remove listen.
    For levels up to 16 db scene the camera is too tight, it works to limit that 6 db max. If the 9 db position is set then it is in bypass mode.
    This makes its use in concert rather delicate.
    The green lights remain lit long before dying, which makes it difficult to gauge the trigger.
    A noise in the high frequency range, the sound is slightly colder.

    How d…
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    How long have you use it? For several concerts.
    Have you tried many other models before buying it? Not for limitation facade.


    What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    The kind of plastic cover to secure access to the adjustment screw threshold suggests that this device is "pro". Once the cache remove listen.
    For levels up to 16 db scene the camera is too tight, it works to limit that 6 db max. If the 9 db position is set then it is in bypass mode.
    This makes its use in concert rather delicate.
    The green lights remain lit long before dying, which makes it difficult to gauge the trigger.
    A noise in the high frequency range, the sound is slightly colder.

    How do I use it? At first I tried the master but as the threshold is not very finely adjustable, and the max is 6 dB, no interest.
    So I use the total mix battery to limit large peaches snare and put the battery "in box". The result is pretty average as not easy to manage the threshold. The sound is cold. The limitation is very transparent.

    It even happened to me to have a full live bug with no sound output! Forced to remove it.

    You understand that my opinion was not held at Thomann!

    This is a gadget for professional poorly equipped. A possible use in a home studio. Although I do not recommend it.

    The choice again? Make a cheap bad choice it can happen to troubleshoot. Ask for more? should not be masochistic either.
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