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ifig ifig
Publié le 05/15/06 à 02:32
Value For Money : Excellent
Prmapli transistors
XLR output jacks
half-rack
phantom power supply for group 2
what is missing: XLR and 48v power supplies spares
I put in a 8

UTILIZATION

Simple plug the microphone and the output is pushed the button phantom if necessary, turn the gain and a lot!
point!

SOUND QUALITY

This standard does not blow pramp as some say posts
it is even fairly neutral plutt see too
Obviously not a big sound but for the price did his stuff
there is no need to have an SPL pramp Avalon or if to stick it in the ass of an M-insulated handles audio (or other), this one is enough.
I use an old console tascam magnto band for allowing me to enjoy the phantom on my console that does not
seen pramps console that are clearly suprieurs I find a bigger sound.
also use a motu traveler with no buzz no breath!

OVERALL OPINION

Simple and effective product for its price
eliminates the need to console
is the largemlent tapcos and other behr in pramp for sound card
report qualitprix super ok so I put 9 (not 10 because that's all not of the same high-end!)
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