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Plb66 Plb66
Published on 02/19/04 at 04:15
EFFECTS OF HIGH END MODULATION DELAY REVERB
Surround with integrated joystick
CONTRABLE ULTRA SIMPLE DEDICATED BY REMOTE C IS A LUXURY MRC
Up to 8 internal machine 8 INPUT 16 OUTPUT
Digital and analog inputs depending on configuration

UTILIZATION

, I found myself with SHOW FOR A FEW HOURS WITH THIS MACHINE AND AFTER 15 MINUTES I WAS AT EASE CARREMENT

VERY COMPLETE edtion we are very far MATRICES D EDITION OF THE MARK BY ALL IS VERY CLEAR MENU

MACHINE MACHINE ... SELECTION EDIT SETTINGS .... ... EVERYTHING IS LIGHT AT THE SCREEN REMOTE COLOR

SOUND QUALITY

REALISM TO ALL COMPETITIONS It's been ten minutes asking whether J had put REVERB ON THE INSTRUMENT I got fooled by the Tips to success EFFECT ON THE REALLY ADD THE PRINTING OF SPACE IN A ROOM
VERY far ahead of the PCM 90 AND OTHER M3000

OVERALL OPINION

NOT MUCH TIME TO TRY BUT I AM THE BLUFF THE MACHINE IS VERY RARE AND C
VERY EXPENSIVE BUT GREAT CLASS surely the most CLASS D REVERB TODAY

PREPARE THE CREDIT ON OVER 5 YEARS but it's worth COUP
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