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    Sennheiser HD8 DJ - a killer bomb

    by stonehearts on 04-16-2014 08:12 AM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=201807" alt="" title="Sennheiser HD8 DJ - a killer bomb" /></p>For a few days I use it I am fully satisfied so I counsel those who want a quality headset I tried several before model: Sony MDR V700 DJ shit the cable to my Laché Buddhist 10 months and then I took care pioneer hdj 1000 headphones good but very fragile after xone xd-53 and XD2-53 (for the headphone cable is detachable spiral) bomb listening level for the mix but also to the studio or it hurts is that large size then 2 headphones technics rp-dh 1200 that the cable is detachable the sound is good moin on precise treble and a little on the mediums and the rp-dj 1200 good headphone as a whole and to finish 2 headphones Sennheiser HD 25-C II headphones very good but for me a little screamer on acute and ie 80 but it is an intra but with his mentally ill but is less accurate than the dj hd8. So finally I would say that quality is taken over all good purchased for 295 Euros on sonovente was beefier than a simple bag and bags prenium transport with 2 cables (spiral and right) 2 are 3 meters long and 1 pair of fabric oreilletes spare I say more when we see other brands not to mention selling some headphones at the same level packaging made but it is not zero even a cable replacement are of atria and bags and even less so I counsel all those who want to make a good investment and I will conclude by saying congratulations SENNHEISER I remake that choice eyes closed.

    Boss RC-2 Loop Station - Good notepad

    by nina-chemko on 04-16-2014 08:06 AM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=59851" alt="" title="Boss RC-2 Loop Station - Good notepad" /></p>No effects loop just 11 memories with 16 minutes max memory ... 33 drum loops and some time signatures 1 guitar input 1 footswich 1 to

    Jackson Stealth Professional Pro

    by kadiro51 on 04-16-2014 07:49 AM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=211074" alt="" title="Jackson Stealth Professional Pro" /></p>Japanese guitar Bridge Schaller Germany. Tileul body, maple neck, ebony fingerboard. 22 Frets, HSS configuration, original Jackson pickups, mine is equipped with microphones Dimarzio Tone Zone and 2 Fast Track. 1 Vol, 1 Tone 5-way switch. I give 9 because I would have liked a splitt for micro bridge.

    Boss SD-2 DUAL OverDrive - A success.

    by Messbel on 04-16-2014 05:44 AM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=10210" alt="" title="Boss SD-2 DUAL OverDrive - A success." /></p>Fully analog overdrive pedal that offers two modes crunch and lead.

    Norton KP 200

    by onzoctaves on 04-16-2014 04:35 AM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=2265" alt="" title="Norton KP 200" /></p>Being the smallest of the series Kp he exited hardly big boomers, especially into 4 ohms But for the midrange & treble that is where it excels: very dry and very present. Very well equipped for pregnant HPs mediums wrong, a typed his "sound" (... some sound) Adjust your EQ frequency with moderation, the (775mV) input signals 0dB quickly clipped and, in this case, the sound of square waves, suddenly really too dry ... beyond 1V (+2.2 dB) tweeters show signs of saturation. Given its rated power and audio features is its almost unique destiny: amp satellites in this case it is desirable that the amp "SUB" partner goes up the octave included 2 (~ 280/300Hz) I use this amp for the beach "mid-high" and "acute" multi-amplification system. However, I have not given this range to him alone, he completed this part of the spectrum of my system, giving me more flexibility Focus sonically. This is not my preferred list of gear, but no complaints Norton brand, I was rather disappointed by the trader who introduced me as a 2x200W rms supposedly ideal for my midrange speakers there ( 70 - 500Hz) without demonstration possible. I do not stay in this shop. Suggestion box for the manufacturer: a more complete record, IN a line asymmetrical RCA (keeping the symmetrical XLR of course) a more robust interuptor "power" type rocker (I had to replace it quickly) a quieter ventilation, or which would be increased to a certain threshold temperature, less sensitive to vibration and transportation internal connectors (I had to verroullier using nylon collars). SUPPLEMENT TO THE SPECIFICATIONS: rms power 8 ohms: 2 x 100 W rms power 4 ohms: 2 x 125 W bridjé power 8 ohms: 1 x 200 W bandwidth: not indicated distortion: not indicated signal / noise ratio: 100 dB line input: ohms - V - symmetric? (dB?) power block (per channel) 2SA1943 (P) - 2SC5200 (N) internally mounted radiator Ventilation: forced, permanent Weight: 7 kg

    BOO Instruments O/D - I love it!

    by macleuf1 on 04-16-2014 03:53 AM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=manufacturer&amp;manufacturer_id=10036" alt="" title="BOO Instruments O/D - I love it!" /></p>ranges from almost hot vintage clean tones of saturated fat.

    Pedaltrain Pedaltrain 3 w/ Hard Case - Ultra Pro!

    by drapeau_rouge on 04-16-2014 03:48 AM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=143731" alt="" title="Pedaltrain Pedaltrain 3 w/ Hard Case - Ultra Pro!" /></p>The Pedaltrain 3 Hard Case comes down to a few things that will change you life to use but also carry safely and practice your pedalboard. There is therefore: - Grid black aluminum to fix the pedals on through a system of male / female velcro provided, - Flight case with chrome accents and gray panels, - Supports for attachment metal on the power supply to the place below the grid, - Screw the metal bracket for power It must be admitted, Pedaltrain pedalboard delivers a very flexible in the arrangement of pedals, ultra-sound and well thought out. I was very impressed by the strength and quality of manufacture. Side of the coin, the unit is quite bulky and rather heavy as weighs about 20 pounds when everything is installed, including flight. I owned the Pedaltrain 2 Hard Case for 8 years (it was the first version without the holes for the power supply) and I made the choice to guide me on a Pedaltrain 3 for more space and able to fix my diet below (Voodoo Lab Mondo). I could keep my Pedaltrain 2 but I had trouble getting used to the idea of ​​cutting cheerfully to fix my diet ... changes were irreversible. I do not regret my choice. The Pedaltrain 2 Hard Case was already very strong, here the flight case is still a bit above despite similar design. Adding wheels and 2 extra handles on the sides a little easier transport of this ultra-pro pedalboard. For the choice of facing hard case soft case, I again hesitated between. And then I saw on the internet (forums and commercial sites) many users disappointed with the soft version box with a carrying case (cover torn piecemeal handle cover, problems with zip ...). While the price is not the same between the two versions, but considering the total value of my pedals, I preferred to take the hard version of the box to ensure maximum protection and I do not regret. The price / quality ratio is not so bad because a flight like this is very expensive. This pedalboard is an investment in the long term, but it will make you great service.

    Behringer Xenyx 802 - Beginner

    by Zanyman on 04-16-2014 03:16 AM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=50191" alt="" title="Behringer Xenyx 802 - Beginner" /></p>has all kinds of RCA connector, Jack, XLR ... Big weakest point is not rackable but for the price it's hard to find better than this table.

    Takamine FGP136S - Takamine fgp 136 S flamenco

    by sergioko on 04-16-2014 02:56 AM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=75647" alt="" title="Takamine FGP136S - Takamine fgp 136 S flamenco" /></p>Japanese manufacture so very seriously. Hirade series are also manufactured. Their reputation is second to none. Handle 50mm. 12 frets non-cash. Acuracoustic Takamine preamp (ok but nothing more). This is what makes me put a 9/10.

    Peavey Vypyr 15 - A jewelry for beginners!

    by Gibjohn on 04-16-2014 01:08 AM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=33397" alt="" title="Peavey Vypyr 15 - A jewelry for beginners!" /></p>For specifications is rather short: - Lil monster 15W modeling - Bowl 8 "Custom Voice - Built-in effects (chorus, digital reverb, delay ...) - Aux 3.5mm - Record output / headphones 3.5mm - ... At the manufacturing quality is unable box 13 ply birch but it is relatively strong, the evidence he has already fallen by about 50cm high and not a glitch

    Novation Launchpad S - good

    by funkmachine on 04-16-2014 01:06 AM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=179674" alt="" title="Novation Launchpad S - good" /></p>I use it for 5 months The pros: easy to learn, light the -: there is none apart for the components I add an lpk 25 that passage is exellent not. value for money is not bad was a good controller and comes with a license for less than 200 euro add a lpk and you have the perfect set up. with experience so I take a second or maybe I take the akai release.

    RG-eviolins RG MG-4 dual - Finally found my happiness electric violin

    by suzuke on 04-16-2014 01:02 AM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=204211" alt="" title="RG-eviolins RG MG-4 dual - Finally found my happiness electric violin" /></p>Short presentation of myself to start. Any advice on anything, for me, is on the person. Pianist originally violin is my second instrument, to accompany me on my songs. Electric piano, I have very good gear sound level, a CP5, so it is the same that I want an extra violin. Problem, I hypersensitive ears, I hear more and everything louder than most people (65db are strong for me, beyond 75 it becomes unbearable without proper equipment), so I need a instrument that has absolutely NO breath, no any noise, such as noise of the electric current (old 50 Hz), because it stress me and cut me to play the environment. So, after extensive research on the world market electric violin without quote marks, but I try full. I finally came across my happiness. The violins Dual RG MG, and there bleuffé. It is clean, in French, there is not, I repeat not breath, 50Hz is absent, while I have electric waves at me with all my other stuff, by this I SEVERAL electric guitar that they have plenty of 50Hz in the sound. Electronics, EMG, high quality, very well mounted in the instrument. I connected to my multi-effects Boss 100 GT, listening my AKG K271MK2, and it's up. Incidentally, I have almost as monitoring equipment for listening, because I like the precise side of the equipment used in recording studios. The type of material where you hear everything, so the imperfection of the instruments, if any. And there, can anyone on what I listen, it's really clean, no audio noise. Well, by making long mumuse, and having fun with this MG Dual, Dual side, I love it. A set of two microphones placed at various locations, which can independently adjust the gain. The result of this was the side of a vibrating string instrument rubbed, sound the same string, and the next boot of an acoustic instrument. I noticed that without putting a ton of gender effect modeling of an acoustic instrument while being played on an electric, with a bit of reverb, I can have the same sound with my acoustic violin, see even better. What I like to Dual RG, in addition to its settings to 2 microphones, is his answer. I get to play this in the sense that it has the answer with all my shares, each stroke of the bow, as dynamic level and technique, is felt. It perfectly captures the game violinist. Like other models from RG-eviolins, everyone can ride as it sees fit in respect of the chin, the shoulder, the set of strings, because it is a STANDARD mounting an acoustic, that c ' is not the case with other manufacturers that I do not cite. In short, a manufacturer who finally understood that in all human morphologies do not have the same Gabarie. For example, I prefer the shoulder Tido Maple S, a friend who went with me, simply took his own shoulder and rose to play on my Dual. Incidentally, I also very much appreciate, is the advice and information given by Jean-Noel creator maker of this instrument. In addition, its website is very well detailed technical information. Jean-Noel takes a long time to answer all questions and information, telephone the time passes quickly because the information is rich and very professional. In conclusion, I would do the same purchase it on. For this price, even for 2 or 3 times more expensive I would not find better. In Thank You for reading, because I tend to spread myself.

    Vox AC15C1 - the Panar

    by mac book on 04-16-2014 12:31 AM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=102348" alt="" title="Vox AC15C1 - the Panar" /></p>at all was said on the subject

    Shure SM7 - Excellent micro ... if you use!

    by zitouni on 04-15-2014 10:45 PM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=4132" alt="" title="Shure SM7 - Excellent micro ... if you use!" /></p>dynamic microphone for voice pick

    Cort CR280 - Vintage Burst - An honest copy of LP

    by Lohik on 04-15-2014 10:30 PM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=115151" alt="" title="Cort CR280 - Vintage Burst - An honest copy of LP" /></p>22 fret set neck, mahogany body with flamed maple massive table. Tonepro easel, graphtec nut. The specs are pretty friendly.

    Stagg CAJ-50 - Natural

    by Davdav on 04-15-2014 10:12 PM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=58460" alt="" title="Stagg CAJ-50 - Natural" /></p>Bought in 2009 for 100 euros ... I use it very rarely ... Disappointment for the 1st Cajon, originally bought to discover the intrument and possibilities, and as an instrument of study. Overall disappointed because it sounds like cardboard, try different settings has very little influence on the sound and not really encouraged to linger. It is better in my opinion invest more than spending less ... I would do it again for the world as a blind choice. It is a stringed intrument is a living material, it should take the time to try it before you buy it, take your time and save but do not buy, you will be disappointed ... Even at this price it is theft ...

    Marshall 8008 [1991-1996] - Basic and reliable

    by Marc H on 04-15-2014 10:05 PM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=1480" alt="" title="Marshall 8008 [1991-1996] - Basic and reliable" /></p>Amp rack, 1U 19 "80W two-channel transistor. On / off button, left and right volume. The only particularity switch "linear / Valvestate" rear. Existed in black or gold, mine is gold.

    reFX Nexus 2 - Scam Alert nexus 2 expansions

    by Sebkyl77 on 04-15-2014 08:36 PM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=85507" alt="" title="reFX Nexus 2 - Scam Alert nexus 2 expansions" /></p>Not

    Freevox Antenna 1ere génération

    by MyHouse on 04-15-2014 06:49 PM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=95776" alt="" title="Freevox Antenna 1ere génération" /></p>Yes the table is large but rack (66cm wide ...) No effects but a send / return is present for all channels Number of Channels: A LOT! 9 in line with stereo phono 3 and 6 mics / line mono 3-way equalizer

    Yamaha DG Stomp - serious device sounds interesting as needed

    by wesmontgo on 04-15-2014 05:13 PM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=961" alt="" title="Yamaha DG Stomp - serious device sounds interesting as needed" /></p>Everything has been said already.

    Sherman FilterBank V2 - Complex and obvious at the same time ...

    by ritualbeatingsystem on 04-15-2014 05:02 PM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=1752" alt="" title="Sherman FilterBank V2 - Complex and obvious at the same time ..." /></p>2 100% analog filters "mono" or "pseudo stereo" of adjustable low pass to high pass; With multiple modulation sources which trigger envelloppe and lfo, FM, saturation, harmonic tuning of the filter résonnace 2, etc etc ... Note a large number of input jacks modulation source to the rear .. . 1 mono input jack, 1 output jack mono per filter.

    Nicols DP 615 - good stuff

    by gege2005 on 04-15-2014 04:46 PM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=51396" alt="" title="Nicols DP 615 - good stuff" /></p>Troubleshooting underway. Too many internal connectors, this unit would be more reliable with internal welded connections. Diagnosis: Fixing triacs parker screw on aluminum sheet is trrrrès summary. A closer regularly. Put a bolt and nut if the thread is messed up. Also tighten the screw terminal lugs triac BTA41_600B

    Blackstar Amplification HT-5R - I like

    by Galli57 on 04-15-2014 04:17 PM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=117758" alt="" title="Blackstar Amplification HT-5R - I like" /></p>Everything has been said already.

    Akai LPD8 - Practical, high quality

    by PriXL on 04-15-2014 03:56 PM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=91654" alt="" title="Akai LPD8 - Practical, high quality" /></p>I have the machine for 2-3 years. I quite uses mpd and apc. It is a practical tool, its small size allows it to carry around everywhere, and it is a good complement for particular live (I used to run my samples to scratch on my plate, or to launch effects). According to dial is another thing, the pads are not necessarily useful for me, but they are quite responsive to what I could try. In the studio he can fill the holes depending on the hardware you have. Another positive point is the ability to expand the number of pads 32 through an internal bank, but the selection manipulation is not the easiest, so ultimately it is fairly limited, especially when you have a live set a little "tight" ... Small bonus, the pads have a bright orange contour lights on when support is gadget, but it can take effect. Negative point, the size of the knobs is a bit small, which sometimes complicates the grip, but it is possible to change them. The price is clearly affordable, but it is not essential tool, I buy for myself as a backup machine to complement my keyboard or add missing knobs CPA 20. I do not know if I would do this choice, not for the quality of the material, but its lack of use in my home studio.

    Taylor 322e - I love it and want to be buried with!

    by tochtli on 04-15-2014 03:42 PM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=189805" alt="" title="Taylor 322e - I love it and want to be buried with!" /></p>American guitar neck nice amerlo The manufacturer is very serious, this is a family business and they follow you to see how the guitar behaves, they give you tips for maintenance, expensive guitar rather than buy you MARTIN TAYLOR one, you will not be disappointed!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!

    EarthQuaker Devices Dispatch Master - Versatility, quality, simplicity

    by drapeau_rouge on 04-15-2014 04:59 AM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=170238" alt="" title="EarthQuaker Devices Dispatch Master - Versatility, quality, simplicity" /></p>Dispatch Master is a pedal delay / reverb fully analog where it is possible to mix the two types of effects or only have the delay or reverb. Entirely true-bypass, it has 4 knobs: Time: Adjusts the delay time of the delay, from 0 to 1 ½ seconds Repeats: Controls the number of repetition of the delay or when the reverb is turned on, the depth of the reverb. Reverb: Adjusts the level of reverb. Set at a minimum, the reverb does not work. Mix: level between the treated and untreated signal by the effect. The case is solid, the switch and knobs also, screen is nice ... Anyway, the Earthquaker Devices in all its splendor. Note that the supply must be compulsorily insured by an external power adapter since the Dispatch Master not consume a lot of milliamperes, 60 mA to be precise. Shame ...

    Fender Super Champ XD

    by jamman90 on 04-15-2014 04:21 AM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=77884" alt="" title="Fender Super Champ XD" /></p>was said wholes

    sE Electronics RNR1 - ago

    by doc benway on 04-15-2014 03:51 AM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=88253" alt="" title="sE Electronics RNR1 - ago" /></p>Mono mic is active ribbon (eats 48v).

    sE Electronics RNR1 - surprising

    by doc benway on 04-15-2014 03:50 AM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=88253" alt="" title="sE Electronics RNR1 - surprising" /></p>Mono mic is active ribbon (eats 48v).

    Roland EV-5 - Indestructible

    by bertrand.marle on 04-15-2014 03:48 AM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=105720" alt="" title="Roland EV-5 - Indestructible" /></p>I had recovered from a pianist there for 20 years my pedals at the time and still in service after many scenes, rain, beer, flood ... Anyway ... indestructible Essential
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