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    The t.mix PM184X IIPublished on 09/26/09 at 04:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    That is now a year since I use it. Before buying it I never had another. We are a group of five amateur musicians and beginners. We bought the beast life easier for us. Instead of moving every time all the hardware etc amp, the solution of the power mixer seemed like a good idea. Indeed we have not regretted that choice. I will pass on details of the benefits of the console that knows all lemonde. Parcontre as newbies, it was not easy to find the correct settings and use it to its full potential, user manual NUL!! Finally has used the force was reached was the correct use and find the right settings. Do not we leurons, it's still all in one was cheap but the price is worth it. the amp is un…
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    That is now a year since I use it. Before buying it I never had another. We are a group of five amateur musicians and beginners. We bought the beast life easier for us. Instead of moving every time all the hardware etc amp, the solution of the power mixer seemed like a good idea. Indeed we have not regretted that choice. I will pass on details of the benefits of the console that knows all lemonde. Parcontre as newbies, it was not easy to find the correct settings and use it to its full potential, user manual NUL!! Finally has used the force was reached was the correct use and find the right settings. Do not we leurons, it's still all in one was cheap but the price is worth it. the amp is under 2X375rms 4ohms and it sends a very well even outdoors. the preamp is not bad for the price, we find worse and more expensive. Question song, nothing wrong with beta58, two electric guitars distortionées thoroughly and more it stays the correct sound. Where things a little fishing is when you add bass which is the return of his fishing a lot. Never mind the bass is plugged directly onto the column Markbass. In his clear, nothing was wrong it goes very well with all the track load. We regret that there can only one to have. Now we always use it but without amplification, we use it with a Crown amp and it changes at all the quality of its output. I would say that for the price, he has no hesitation when you do not afford an amp and a Soundcraft sound quality, the rendering is far superior to its competitors in same price range. A remake, with the average of the time, I would make the same choice if he had to start from the beginning.
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