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Anonymous
Published on 05/24/05 at 13:16
Small in size, and price, it inspires confidence in a case namoins mtallique robust and quality in some other knobs and switches ... And height of luxury, it offers a intrrupteur to dye ....

On paper its technical specifications are a suprieur its competitors 'lamps' ...

UTILIZATION

A gain knob per channel and a intrrupteur to activate or not the phantom power supply on both channels, not rocket science ...

SOUND QUALITY

It is transparent ... trs for comparison had a VTB-1 before and if the sound seemed "imprssionnant" in dpart we quickly realized that espce distortion that gives the potato its just be trsg Nante ... plus it possde a headroom greater good ...

OVERALL OPINION

Sr Although everything is relative to the notice I take Whereas in the price range in which it is pramp ... for 90 was a two-channel pramp probably better than a VTB-1 (VTB-1 finally had all of the same made on a super voice, we can not withdraw ca) ... APRS is to give you a color, but if color = distortion, there are plugs that are well trs ca ... : D

Report quality unbeatable price ...
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