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fabrice.fargues fabrice.fargues
Publié le 12/08/09 à 14:42
Eq analog lamp. It lends an ear, turn buttons, computer publishing?? not for him
Anyway, we buy this kind of stuff to get to the superior sound dimension, something that computers do not yet ....

UTILIZATION

You know how an EQ?? This one is like the others ... and look what ....

SOUND QUALITY

The voice used on the leads, behind a CL1B, just to get some air to the vote ... It's magic, just ... And mastering, behind a massive passive in Manley, Manley for the middle of the spectrum (which sound !!!!) and mediums on the Avalon to the extremes that it is more "delicate" matter of taste .. ..

OVERALL OPINION

This is an excellent EQ, one of the very best, there's no doubt, with extreme acute beautiful, it gives one side to the airy music that suits me perfectly ... At this level of "perfection", saying that eq is better than the other has no value, because these devices "high end" all have their strong points and in different situations it is better to use a such and such rather than this one ... The AD2055 is beautiful and suits me fully in the uses mentioned above, it is a classy device, like the entire range of Avalon rest, which does everything expected of a good EQ, and some things better than everyone ... A must have high-end, obviously with a check result, but it gives more to our work ...
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