by akinates06 on 07-25-2014 04:00 AM
<p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&identifier=id&size=thumb1&module=product&product_id=11795" alt="" title="Ibanez S-Classic - I love it" /></p>Made in Japan and for 1998 years...
Ibanez guitar to create a more interesting way and came up with this. They described it as a mix between S and radius, but its the little things are kind. Guitar bolt-on maple neck and rosewood fretboard, 22 frets, dot inlays, a vintage-style tremolo, two humbuckers, one volume, one tone and a five way switch and has a mahogany body.
by Pjones9 on 07-25-2014 02:09 AM
<p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&identifier=id&size=thumb1&module=product&product_id=105946" alt="" title="Focusrite OctoPre MkII - You basically get what's advertised and what you pay for it." /></p>The Focusrite OctoPre MkII Preamp is an 8 channel preamp strip. I was looking for an affordable mic preamp extension for my audio interface ( only has two mic preamps) and the Focusrite Octo Pre was the best thing I found. Simple, straightforward and easy to use, also great sound quality for the price.
This unit features:
-Built-in eight channel 24-bit / 96 kHz digital output
-The first two inputs can be used as Hi-Z instrument inputs
-5 LED input metering on every channel
-10dB Pads on every channel
-8 analog outputs, one for each input
-48V Phantom power available on every channel
-BNC World Clock Input
I needed to record a live session with drums, bass and two guitars and I have an Apollo Twin audio interface which only has two pre-amplified analog inputs. So what I needed to do is to get advantage of the 8 bulit-in digital inputs of the Apollo via ADAT. And with this unit the process was quick and simple, and I'm very satisfied for the results. The live session sounded great and with surprisingly good audio quality. It's not rackable, but for me this is irrelevant.
by aswilliams on 07-24-2014 11:37 PM
<p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&identifier=id&size=thumb1&module=product&product_id=193681" alt="" title="Cakewalk Sonar X3 Producer - A Great DAW" /></p>I upgraded to Sonar X3 Producer from Sonar 8.5.
There was a little difficulty downloading it, but only because the file size is so large. My download was happening over 15mbps internet and it took me two tries before I had it successfully downloaded. It seems there is a sort of online signature that happens with your download and if it times out on one of the parts, the other parts will not recognize it.
You have the option of purchasing physical copies of the disk, so if you are worried about the download that may be a better option for you.
I use it with Windows 8 running on a Dell Inspiron 660 with Intel Core i3 processor. After getting it installed, setup was easy. It instantly recognized that I had plugins and projects in Sonar 8.5 before it, and carried them all over to the new Sonar X3 formats for me.
by aswilliams on 07-24-2014 11:14 PM
<p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&identifier=id&size=thumb1&module=product&product_id=173621" alt="" title="Roland Cube Lite Black - Best Practice Amp Ever" /></p>The Roland Cube Lite is a small 10 watt stereo practice amp designed to fit almost anywhere.
It is made to look like a home stereo speaker to compliment your living room. The connections and knobs are all hidden near the back of the amp so that you can put this on a bookshelf or entertainment system without anyone noticing that you have a guitar amp sitting there.
The casing is plastic and there is a soft mesh screen over the speakers. Everything on the amp itself is well-built and comfortable. The knobs are nice and weighted and allow you to control Drive, Volume, Bass, Treble, Chorus, and Reverb.
The power source is a "wall wart" of sorts. It takes up a bit of space but gets the job done.
by aswilliams on 07-24-2014 10:08 PM
<p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&identifier=id&size=thumb1&module=product&product_id=179674" alt="" title="Novation Launchpad S - Great product, with a few limitations" /></p>The Launchpad S is an updated improvement to Novation's original Launchpad. It provides you with an 8 by 8 grid of quality rubber pads that allow you to trigger loops, sounds, and functions through midi messages via USB.
It's simple to operate and pleasant to look at. The unit is well built and can take plenty of abuse in live situations without any failure. Don't be afraid to really dig into the pads when you're in the heat of a high-energy performance- this thing can handle it!
The Launchpad S is housed in a strong, lightweight plastic case. There are four rubber feet on the bottom with pointed grooves that provide a strong grip to just about any flat surface. I've never had a problem with it sliding around or slipping.
The pads are thick and sturdy. They run deep in the plastic casing and have some extra give after being pressed down to prevent your fingers from damaging the internal components. Depending on the messages being sent and received, the pads light up red, green, or yellow.
One slight problem- the USB port is on the right side of the case, and seems to be a little weak. It does keep a fair grip on the USB cable, but I think it could be better. This has made me nervous during performances that it might come loose. The best way I can explain it is that you can suspend the unit above the ground by only holding onto the cable, but a gentle tug when it is sitting on a table will pull the cable out. (Note- holding the unit with the USB cable alone is not recommended.)
I previously was using pads on a different midi controller, and they were very inconsistent and one even broke from gentle studio use. That is why I looked for a better solution and found the Launchpad S. If you need a low cost pad controller, this unit is a good choice.
To use the Launchpad S, you simply plug it in to your computer or ipad and wait for it to be read. Unlike the original Launchpad, this one doesn't need any special drivers to be pre-installed before running. It is intended to be used with Ableton Live and works best in that environment. Novation provides Launchpad S Automap information to use with Live and FL Studio. When set to Automap, it will run with no problems. Assigning the pads to different tracks, loops, and commands is straightforward. You can also navigate the software with the buttons surrounding the pads and use them to send transport messages. Ableton Live Lite software is included with the unit, so you can begin experimenting with different controls right away.
My only problem with the Launchpad S is that it doesn't work near as well in any other software. It is only really intended to be used with Ableton Live, FL Studio, or the Launchpad iPad App. This is a puzzling limitation, because it communicates with a computer using standard midi messages.
I was able to map it to Cakewalk Sonar's Matrix View to trigger loops and one shots with great ease, but there is very limited visual feedback on the pads, if any at all. Why would Novation limit their customers to two DAWs and an App? I think they could make this a much more common device in home studios everywhere if they wrote a short software that allowed a user to map the visual feedback of the lights to any DAW they choose.
When used with the iPad App it behaves in a similar manner to its Ableton Live functionality. You use it to trigger sounds by pressing on a pad and navigate by using the side buttons.
Additionally, there are grid modes that work in the App, Ableton Live, and FL Studio that turn the pads into a light up mixer. The buttons create an image that represents sliders and you can swipe your fingers up and down the pads to increase or decrease the values.
Overall I am very pleased with the Launchpad S. It is built well and works for its intended purpose. Unfortunately it does have its limits when it comes to being a complete solution for a pad controller for all of your software, but if you use it with Ableton Live or FL Studio it will keep you happy for years.
by Dargor on 07-24-2014 03:10 PM
<p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&identifier=id&size=thumb1&module=product&product_id=93047" alt="" title="Native Instruments Guitar Rig 4 Pro - Definitly, a MUST HAVE for every guitarist!" /></p>So far as I tried it, there were no compatibility issues at all. The tricky part comes from the configuration setup. You'll have to play with the Audio and MIDI setup options in order to have it working properly, so my advise it'll be to check to several tutorials while you first use it, since the ASIO drivers could be a real pain in the neck, depending on the computer that you're using.
As regards the manual, if you're a guitarist used to just "plug and play", then you'll not understand a bit from it. If you have real technical knowledge, it's really helpful and very simple to read. Every single detail from the program is there.
Besides all that, the interface it's very user-friendly and very intuitive as well.
by Dargor on 07-24-2014 11:20 AM
<p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&identifier=id&size=thumb1&module=product&product_id=123314" alt="" title="Avid Sibelius 7 - Just a notation software." /></p>One of the first things to notice, it's that the program will take some time to install it (it requires a minimum of 40 gigabytes free space) and make sure that you have a better hardware than the one specified on the minimum requirements section, otherwise it will either crash or freeze quite often.
I've only used it under Windows 7 and no compatibility mode was required. The audio configuration could be a little tricky, since the manual it's a little hard to understand if you're new with this type of software, so as the MIDI configuration.
Tutorials a little hard to follow, so basically you have to learn on the go.
by livewidmusic on 07-24-2014 07:13 AM
<p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&identifier=id&size=thumb1&module=product&product_id=95750" alt="" title="Shure PG27 - "Not that Great, but not that Bad"" /></p>The "Shure-PG27" side address cardioid condenser microphone comes in two options - XLR and USB type. I went with the XLR option. Weighing only 438 grams, this condenser microphone delivers what it promises. Extremely sensitive highs.
This phantom powered uni-directional microphone delivers up-to 124DB SPL and up-to 144DB SPL (with -20DB attenuator switched on). The maximum output gain this microphone can withstand is -41DBV/Pa at minimum gain. Having a gold sputtered Mylar large diaphragm, the PG27 can be used for a wide variety of amplified and analog sound applications such as for vocals, acoustic/bass guitars, wind instruments, drum overheads and piano, especially for professional studio recording environments (Applications might vary with the person using the microphone).
Though the PG27 mentions a neutral frequency response of 20Hz-20KHz, there is a significant boost from the 4KHz region, especially between 6-8KHz and then the response gradually decreases with another exaggerated boost from the 10KHz region. The polar pattern mentioned along with the manual, is almost similar while recording. More concentrated capturing happens towards the centre. The sides are also well sensitive.
The User guide and the specification sheet is available online via the official Shure website, and the information given is trustworthy and convincing. There are no additional drivers/softwares to be downloaded to start using this microphone. Connect the XLR to your dedicated Sound-card, switch on your phantom power and you are ready to record.
I have mainly used the PG-27 mostly for recording vocals. In this regard, the vocals captured usually would have boosted highs, but this can be controlled depending upon the mic placement and the type of room you are recording in. Don't worry, the PG-27 has a good understanding of the proximity effect and delivers boosted bass around 6 - 10DB's below 100Hz, when you are close enough to the microphone (Close to around 1/4 inch).
by stiiiiiiive on 07-24-2014 05:48 AM
<p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&identifier=id&size=thumb1&module=product&product_id=116371" alt="" title="Subdecay Studios Quasar DLX - The most original" /></p>It is an analog phaser based BBD chip digitally controlled: the best of both worlds. It is switchable between 4, 6 and 8 poles.
An inlet and an outlet, plus a CV input or expression. Power is negative center between 9 and 18V. I have not tried with more than 9V.
Many settings are fairly traditional: center frequency of phasing, phasing depth, re-injection (feedback) positive or negative mix between the incoming signal and the phase signal, LFO shape and speed of the latter.
Two footswitches complement it all: a tap tempo and bypass. Perhaps they are a bit too close ... nothing discriminant. Besides that, I appreciate its small size allows it to be easily integrated into a pedalboard.
LED oscillates between red and yellow at the rate of the LFO when the effect is activated. It oscillates between red and off when the effect is bypassed. Practice to see the tempo at any time.
by the ingenior on 07-24-2014 05:10 AM
<p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&identifier=id&size=thumb1&module=product&product_id=218555" alt="" title="Jackson Soloist sl2h - The best of jackson guitar MIJ" /></p>Jackson SOLOIST SL2H ARCHTOP TREM first generation Japan has made NAGANO 1992; When Jackson wanted to commercialize its products worldwide by opening a second plant in Japan in 1990.
Excellent Japanese luthiers have been trained by the master luthiers Americans. This was followed by a golden period called "the golden age jackson" where the models produced under the name professionnal were in the opinion of connoisseurs of quality equal to U.S. models between 90 and 95.
At this time the brand took the time to dry out the wood! blow the beats were dry and hold water .. But today new guitars .... short .... The only real difference between this and the MIJ USest hardware the U.S. is equipped with an original floyd .
Mine is 1992, verifiable and identifiable by the "digit" 5 digits visible on the last fret.
Originally mounted duncan sh4/sh2 with a floyd Shaller, which has nothing to envy to a floyd rose frt 2000 marks pearl and the jackson logo, ebony fingerboard, white binding, a rounded table 18 MM maple carved knobs dug a push pull on the volume to get the double simple. The top level!
by chapape on 07-24-2014 05:10 AM
<p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&identifier=id&size=thumb1&module=product&product_id=217166" alt="" title="Hohner MC06" /></p>Taiwan made in the same factory as the yamaha midrange of the time. So yeah nothing to do with the current version
Solid spruce. Ebony body.
Very nice guitar and that really shows a very good level.
by tom808 on 07-24-2014 05:01 AM
<p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&identifier=id&size=thumb1&module=product&product_id=126903" alt="" title="Fender Classic '69 Telecaster Thinline - Natural - Amazing Guitar" /></p>USA made semi hollow body, telecasters are know for their bright sound so adding semi hollow body to it adds more of a character to it. Has a Mahagony body, one piece maple neck, Two vintage-style single coil Tele pickups with alnico magnet, Vintage-style 3-saddle strings thru-body Tele bridge, has a volume and tone knobs, 3 position pickup switch, it has 21 frets i prefer 22.
by YanDid on 07-24-2014 04:39 AM
<p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&identifier=id&size=thumb1&module=product&product_id=160766" alt="" title="Palmer PCAB112GOV - Very well" /></p>2 years I have. I chose the Governor release, thanks to Palmer website that allows you to listen to different HP you can choose for the enclosure. This HP is hot and ample ... hummmmmmm
I do not regret that choice.
Small defect in the carpentry slap the handle stood out. I secured everything with 2 screws and 2 nuts against, and is nickel ...
by tom808 on 07-24-2014 04:33 AM
<p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&identifier=id&size=thumb1&module=product&product_id=71585" alt="" title="Akai MPK49 - Reliable Keyboard" /></p>Akai is know for quality, so this has 49 keys, on left side comes with pitch bend and modulation wheel which are very smooth and comfortable to use. You have 12 pads and modifiers for the pads which is usually used for sampling drums and sound loops, pads are very solid and if you have used any other Akai pads you know their well made. In the middle of the board you have the LCD screen which is clear to see, below you have buttons and knobs to adjust the Octaves tap tempo and setup the sound. On the right side you have 8 faders and 8 knobs to control different effects/parts of your DAW which can be all set up to your needs. This is a USB controller which makes it very easy to plug and play, it can be used for MAC and PC it includes Avid Pro Tools Express which i don't use
by bjj on 07-24-2014 04:04 AM
<p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&identifier=id&size=thumb1&module=product&product_id=158152" alt="" title="Dean Markley Blue Steel NPS Bass - 2678A 45-125 LT-5 Light 5-String - Game excellent strings!" /></p>I use these strings for fifteen years, and I'm still satisfied. They give great sound, they last long and remain flexible (light), which allows you to make "bends" as a guitar. The 45-125 provides easy shooting game for all styles of music, including blues. I hope Dean Markley long continue to model strings and pulling 45-125.
by tom808 on 07-24-2014 03:59 AM
<p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&identifier=id&size=thumb1&module=product&product_id=95339" alt="" title="Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Memory Boy - Awesome Delay Pedal" /></p>Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Memory Boy is a analog delay, you have six knobs on top Blend,Gain, Rate, Depth,Feedback and Delay its a good set of knobs to get creative with your sound, you also have the timing subdivisions on the left side name "tap divide" you get to choose 5 note divisions for the metronomic variances. In the mid right side you have "exp mode" to control with you expression pedal you can choose to control the rate, depth, feedback or delay. At the bottom you have the tap button to set your tap tempo and you have your bypass button to turn it on or off. The bypass button has a red light over it to let you know when its active and the tap button flashes green button pulsing the tempo.
by morfal37 on 07-24-2014 03:19 AM
<p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&identifier=id&size=thumb1&module=product&product_id=76571" alt="" title="Vox amPlug Classic Rock - Simple, cheap and super effective!" /></p>We are talking about a mini amp to play guitar with headphones in a corner without graining person without any electrical connection.
3 knobs for gain effects, sound, tone is enough plus the settings of the guitar.
This amp is installed directly on the guitar with his 6.5 jack and runs on batteries or supplied rechargeable batteries to buy.
An audio output jack 3.5 for headphones and an auxiliary input for the headphones sound of your guitar and accompanying music, lesson etc ... via your PC, I Phone ..
by - Krom - on 07-24-2014 01:50 AM
<p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&identifier=id&size=thumb1&module=product&product_id=143486" alt="" title="Roland A-800PRO-R - A powerful keyboard and quality" /></p>I will not detail the features that are available everywhere, but those who have made me lean towards this keyboard.
I was looking mainly a MIDI keyboard 61 keys with aftertouch, relatively compact, which has controllers fader and potentiometer type and also the possibility to plug in and use a MIDI sustain pedal.
It's been a year and a half that I have this keyboard as I write this review.
by sireson on 07-23-2014 09:19 PM
<p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&identifier=id&size=thumb1&module=product&product_id=163404" alt="" title="Yamaha PSR-S950" /></p>When purchasing this keyboard I was looking for an instrument that could run a live show I was putting together without any other equipment. I wanted to perform from the keyboard as well as be supported with a realistic, or at least sympathetic accompaniment. What I was not expecting was to be pleasantly surprised at how this instrument not only ticked all the boxes I wanted but also provided inspiration for taking the show further.
The S950 is a 61-key keyboard workstation with features and options too numerous for a single review. The connections are basic: output L & R, foot pedal input, MIDI, USB B and USB A as well as a mic input (more on this later). In addition there is a video output, primarily designed for showing the lyrics when running karaoke tracks - something this reviewer has yet to enjoy…
The main panel is a sea of buttons and a few knobs, the colour display being the centre of the keyboard’s universe. All functions are designed to be accessible with as few presses as possible and, for the most part, the screen is clear about where you should go next.
There are getting on for 1000 voices built in to the unit, several of them the same as those on the Tyros 4. Four of these voices can be played at the same time, two each side of the split point. In addition there are over 400 accompaniment styles, each with four variations, a set of fills and three intros and three endings. On top of all that there are a raft of multi pad sets, some of which are one-shot, others of which are MIDI based - they play along to your chord selection - and you can also play your own .wav files directly from a USB stick.
With the addition of a sequencer, many many effects, a vocal harmoniser, USB audio playback and full one-touch registration memory this keyboard provides infinite flexibility only really limited by your imagination and your understanding of how the keyboard works.
by asbedo on 07-23-2014 08:45 PM
<p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&identifier=id&size=thumb1&module=product&product_id=64197" alt="" title="ESP Truckster - Aged Primer Grey - just perfect" /></p>Previous comments ... mine was filed on Christmas Day in 2005, bought new in 2008, RAS to date, it does not move in time, the quality is excellent (even breads have class and n do not change, that was my fear at the time)
by sireson on 07-23-2014 07:27 PM
<p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&identifier=id&size=thumb1&module=product&product_id=34032" alt="" title="Roland RD-700SX - Excellent portable piano" /></p>I will open this review by saying that I primarily purchased this instrument for the piano action and a reasonable piano sound. I am a classically-trained pianist and regularly need to perform at events where no piano is available and a lightweight keyboard just will not suffice.
This instrument is a stage piano and therefore has a full, 88-key, piano action keyboard. This action makes the piano quite heavy (25Kg) but the pay-off is the realistic feel of the keys. I spent some time selecting my first stage piano and that was an RD-600. Eventually I upgraded to this instrument, purely because the previous piano had seen too many gigs to look attractive at classical events any more.
Connections to the piano are very basic. There are balanced XLR and unbalanced 1/4” output sockets, a headphone socket, MIDI ports and three pedal inputs. The only other connections are power and a USB B socket, discussed later. The layout of the control panel is simple but effective. Almost everything has a dedicated button and those that don’t are easily accessible via menus on the clear, central display.
Something that should be obvious is the lack of internal speakers. This piano requires connecting to an amplifier of some sort. I generally use a Yamaha StagePas for amplification since it is very portable yet provides stereo sound - necessary for really appreciating the piano sound. This is clearly a negative but if there were speakers mounted in this portable instrument they would, most likely, be facing up, towards me, and not to the audience. This would be useless for all the situations I need this instrument for.
Internally there are just over 200 sounds, as well as General MIDI, and 185 rhythm patterns. There are also various different effects that can be applied to the sounds to give quite a variety of results. However, I tend to use this piano primarily as a piano so I have not dug deep into sound/effect combinations. There are expansion slots available for the Roland SRX expansion boards but I have not installed any in my instrument as yet.
by annieviolette on 07-23-2014 07:21 PM
<p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&identifier=id&size=thumb1&module=product&product_id=207754" alt="" title="Roland Cube-STEX" /></p>50 well round with lots of handy connectors watts when you want to add instruments or devices.
I would have taken an independent speaker sound quality but at this price, it is not there. Or he must walk around with more effects, preamps ... that says autonomous said as light then this amp has everything you need built.
by jimale on 07-23-2014 07:13 PM
<p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&identifier=id&size=thumb1&module=product&product_id=108804" alt="" title="Laney CUB12R - My amp Laney" /></p>One channel with two selectable inputs: 15 watt or 1 watt (great for playing in an apartment)
HP 12 "
All lamps: 2 and 3 EL84 ECC83
From left to right: Reverb, tone, volume, bass, middle, treble, gain
The reverb can be switched via a switch (not supplied)
Effects loop (silent :)
8-16 ohm output to connect an external firm.
Can slightly tilt the amp with a removable metal tab located under the amp that is very lightweight (11.5 kg).
not stand by, damage. (- 1)
All course details Laney site.
by annieviolette on 07-23-2014 07:03 PM
<p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&identifier=id&size=thumb1&module=product&product_id=213908" alt="" title="Roland CB-CS2 - Carrying bag for Cube Street EX" /></p>It is well thought out, very practical. We do not need to retire for the benefits top rolls provided with scratches. For an amp of this price, it's good to protect it and to walk safely. We are sometimes on the grass, it cuts the humidity, I leave the protected part knobs case where someone would go with a Shambling beer. Expensive but useful.
by Tall Ced on 07-23-2014 06:54 PM
<p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&identifier=id&size=thumb1&module=product&product_id=9958" alt="" title="Camel Audio Alchemy - Ebourrifant!" /></p>If the installation is no problem, it can be very, very long though because you need to download and bugs found have been seen by more than one user. It took me several attempts to get the full downloads ... Get out your modules and banks ONE by ONE in the order suggested by the site!
General Configuration: without comment, once everything has been downloaded properly ...
No incompatibilities encountered, I use it in its latest version on win 7 64bit with Ableton Live 9.
Question manual, it is clear, it is in English and with a racing such, it is a regret for me that does not control enough technical English. But the FAQ section of the website and service tips will certainly help.
by joris165 on 07-23-2014 06:35 PM
<p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&identifier=id&size=thumb1&module=product&product_id=111917" alt="" title="Carl Martin Pro Power - Excellent product" /></p>I bought this power supply among others to install under my Pedaltrain pedalboard junior. It is very convenient and it fits very easily. It is much less heavy and less heavy than it seems.
With these 8 isolated and regulated (6 outputs 9V (100mA) / 12V (90mA) outputs and 2 9V (300mA) / 12V (200mA)) outputs, one can already have a beautiful configuation pedals. The connector is supplied with sufficient I think.
I use a wha Custom Audio Electronics, a TC Electronic PolyTune Mini tuner, compressor Mad Professor, a Providence phaser, overdrive Suhr, distortion Tone Freak, a Strymon delay, reverb and boost Dr. Scientist.
I put a lot of time deciding on a model to me my diet. I made the right choice in my opinion. It works perfectly without any buzz for over a year. The value for money is more than adequate when you see the modularity of it and the price of some models such as the Voodoo Lab.
by ADJ26 on 07-23-2014 06:11 PM
<p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&identifier=id&size=thumb1&module=product&product_id=198257" alt="" title="Elokance Elo-800C - Very satisfactory" /></p>I sold a passive system + amp to save space and weight. But while one is very powerful, I am very satisfied! The record is excellent, it is very compact and is ideal for rooms up to 200 people. max and outdoors for "small" meetings.
The bass / mid / treble is really stunning. The system has multiple inputs (RCA and XLR) with adaptation to any type of source!
I find the quality / price ratio very suitable.
Eventually, I intend to take the most advanced equipment, especially for larger parties, but this one fits all for a very reasonable budget.
by bodytwist on 07-23-2014 05:55 PM
<p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&identifier=id&size=thumb1&module=product&product_id=5637" alt="" title="Ensoniq DP4" /></p>- The available effects are pretty standard across (rev / delays / modulations / eq / comp) but there is also the pitch shifter, expanders, a gate, filters, distortion, simula cabin or leslie style , etc ... Without a doubt, this is a very complete tool.
- Digital Technology
- I do not know if the dp4 can be edited via a computer
- Mount model
- Comprehensive analog connections (4 x in / out) note: NO INPUT / OUTPUT DIGITAL
- Triplet pm (i / o / t)
- This machine is capable of processing 4 signals (source here) different making it one of the more complete today.
by youlhann on 07-23-2014 05:13 PM
<p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&identifier=id&size=thumb1&module=product&product_id=69063" alt="" title="Artec APW-5 Dual Mode Power Wah - Solid but not great" /></p>Wha-wha guitar or bass with a setting range.
Close up positive pedal metal very strong and super beefy, there is an LED for activation which does not necessarily exist in a state Cry-Baby.
by emka on 07-23-2014 04:37 PM
<p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&identifier=id&size=thumb1&module=product&product_id=18294" alt="" title="Duesenberg Starplayer Special - Blue Sparkle - More than perfect ..." /></p>German made mic made in the USA, Italy fittings what I know.
For technical characteristics see other reviews or Duessenberg site.