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Universal Audio Helios Type 69 Passive EQ
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solo84 solo84
Publié le 06/04/08 à 09:21
No pb runs as UAD-1, which is the very stability.

As usual after purchase on the website of Audio U., it downloads a few kb file and double-clicking, which allows instant plug! Total time 5 minutes and it works! Others should really take a leaf!

Manual: very complete, as usual again!

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

RAS, all is well

OVERALL OPINION

This is the emulation of the game console EQ 69 Helios, which was used to Beatles and more! Less known than Neve or API, this brand is legendary nonetheless.

The plug is hell! It really sounds to him. It is best to view the video here:

http://websrvr82il.audiovideoweb.com/ca25web26009/Webzine/07_04/UAD_Helios.wmv

you will see that u did not faint of heart: they even filmed a comparative harware / software on the slopes of a battery! Not many publishers who have the courage, mmm? ;)
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