since May 2013 YES, I had a great pair of speakers or a sound system and had the tweeter creaky, a strange noise coming from the box, ... and finally I get pregnant on her first prize in JBSYSTEMS and I was pleasantly surprised of its ... ! + First of all, I reported on the tweeter on the recall is a double piezo tweeter (which is sold approx 5 euro compared to the real compression unit that costs more than 20 euro ...). And I think frankly acute impeccable no spurious or smudge it really is a very clean and well filtered sound I am very much surprised for the first pregnant price! + Boomer gives not bad and the bass is reasonable ... + The box is of good quality even if it is the agglomerate with a layer of paste over black carpet ... - Could make a bit more deep bass even though I admit it's not bad for the 10 " 69 euro for the enclosure * new unit I find the value for money more than correct. I've had speakers costing twice the price and it tjr in 10 "and tweeter had the misfortune of breaking and yet it was a titanium compression and personal when you have the audiophile spirit tweeter cracking there is nothing more annoying ...
A goboflower is a Moonflower with a gobo wheel with more which makes the effect even more beautiful and more vibrant! This is my first goboflower ... + Speed gobo and mirror (in the way) + Beautiful small gobo (gobo scan and lyres style) + Lightweight and economical as it consumes just 15w while having clear and well gobos net! + Reliable component (Velleman) and does not heat! + Adjustable lens as the scans and lyres - Nothing yet ... value for money is more than reasonable about 10 euro cheaper than the LED Rave in JBSystems which is identically the same product for a few details ...
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Made in Mexico 4 positions, 1 volume and 1 tone + push pull on the volume 21 frets (without varnish) handle and maple fingerboard. Ash body Butterscotch Blonde finish look great Type of race? = Pleasant during testing so ...
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Overdrive & Distortion technology lamps adapter supplied (here it's cool)
used for 2 nights, has connected electro voice elx 112 (250w rms) this amp gives me complete satisfaction with a very good sound reproduction and amazing power held in this range for amp 3/4 with my pair of electro c is perfect !
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I do not have this table, but I utilisai evening. A simple two way table with the minimum required to mix, just enough or the right.
I use one for me and I am very pleased with the power No this is the first model I bought Plus: the powers and colors for the price The least: there not Very good value for money yes I would do this choice
- What are the effects or types of effects available? for voice reverbs, delays, Satus, fuzz, overdrive, harmonies, double flange, Esser, Gate, EQs, compressors etc. For guitar: reverbs, compressors, EQs, some modulation effects such flange etc. - Are they edited? Via a Mac / PC editor? Edition on the pedal only (damage, but well done and good screen). The app is used for Firmware Update and save presets - Is this a rack or rack MODEL? No, pedal - What technology is used? (Analog, digital, tube ...) Digital - What is the connection? (Audio / MIDI) Midi, USB (sound card + soft), stereo XLR out, TRS out, headphone, SPDIF Out CAR Inputs: microphone, guitar, in the pedal additional optional expression
I do not have, but I used it in the evening. The features are good, ecler tables are of good quality.
I would first like to say that I've never had this table, but I already play avec.J 'I have the nuo 2 for 8 against by. On the characteristics, it is a simple way basic table 2, no frills of any kind.
tube microphone preamp with etc ... behringer but it's good ..
Fender Telecaster made in just a few years from 2003. This series, which also included a Stratocaster was made in Korea in the Cort factory. You should know that Korea heels Japan in terms of manufacturing quality and this for quite some years now. I am also an old Folk 1991 880 AJ model has matured and sounds wonderful. So do not have to fears about the Korean violin that has a knowledge not built yesterday. Back to the Lite Ash Telecaster that has all of the traditional Telecaster with some peculiarities. She mixes vintage and modern in some ways for others. Bridge Vintage 3 bridges, 2 by ropes. The ideal sound for the former! With a little patience, a good tuner and ear, can successfully resolve almost perfect intonation and the guitar is just about all the strings and the whole key. Black plate a fold, it also vintage fashion. Ash body as the first Telecaster. Here we are treated to a black light swamp ash (called swamp ash in English) the most beautiful effect. Blond on a transparent figured well, at least with regard to my model timber. (See attached picture in my opinion) I have read on some forums that the ash does not promote sustain ... Hihihihi I laughed softly! However, mechanical oil bath, 22 frets, medium jumbo frets, radius 9,5 ', 2 Seymour Duncan NLT-1 and TRPA-1 sound more midrange and larger than the vintage pickups, matte varnish, reported key , maple birds eyes of the handle and key. So much for the modern side and the differences with a Telecaster in true vintage style like the 52 'Reissue.
perfect control in DMX, flash lightning actually like during a storm, perfect shielding effect in short it is a real srtob, damage q'il not consume a lot of juice, careful if several machines répartire absolutely on the 3 phases
the best amp for the sub down I usquà 17 hz, the only drawback c is the weight, about 54 lbs! the entrance of the hot spot 3 +, no speakon output, between 25 and 32 amp to feed the beast!
Use for about twenty evenings approximately désagéable surprise Saturday while jumping down on the left speaker, after several attempts to call an electrician control network in vain, 3 hours after right speakers idem.Soirée gâchée.A hand here am generally meeting of this product, value for money. Y k has been the distributor, which is a great pro in St Brieuc and pay the bill, the result of the evening everyone in bed by 0.30 + disappointment.
Amplification transistors Given to 60 watts but tried in my yard 3/10 is already a provocation for the neighborhood ... both LOW and HIGH inputs, bright switch / off / normal switch chorus (fixed but excellent) and tremolo (speed and depth knobs) potentiometers EQ: bass, middle, trebble .. a distortion control (in fact the effect does not exceed the crunch but lets go of his super clean (vintage) a fatter "modern" sound ... With a good distortion pedal upstream there is excellent saturation. Rear: output footswitch for (chorus, vibrato and distortion), line out and external HP (8 Ohms) .. No input line ....
Drum 80's. 6.35 Connection in separate stereo or global output, 1 headphone jack (stereo), 1 trigger jack, 1 external outlet clock, 3 MIDI (in, out, thru). The volume of each instrument is individually adjustable programming or live. No built-in effects. 2 kick, 2 snares, toms 8 (acousiques and electros), 2 HH (one with sustain), 2 lines, 2 crashes, 1 tambourine, clap 1, 1 shaker, 1 cowbell. 2 accent keys and damp. Sequebncer or programmable real time. That real-time does not respond to the millisecond and can be shifted back. This programming does not accept two instruments at the same time (this is a disadvantage). 99 patterns arranged in memory and several songs (I've never counted).
I spend much of my time to mount speakers guitars, for me and the companies I work with. And I must say it is very difficult to give an opinion on HP as the character of his "guitar" depends on the character of the musician. I give my opinion here as an AF member asks me, but it is to be taken with caution. My personal cabinet, my "holy grail" ... is mounted with a Fane Medusa 100 16 ohms in parallel with a Celestion Alnico Blue in 15 ohms. The cabinet is solid wood custom made by me, a mixture of pine and birch I give with a special assembly. I play at low volume because I accompany vocals or classical instruments: I have a Bogner Duende 15 watt head, a guitar PRS McCarty mounted with a system of Seymour Duncan P-rails that allows me to have, under the fingers either: P90, HB, simple solo or simple parallel. Important thing for her: I play with fingers, without pick, low count, riffs nails, slaps and other strange noises, I often tap my guitar for fun ... With this diversity of sounds, I struggled to find a HP that is balanced and versatile. The medusa 100 gave me a great service, great HP underused. I'm a big fan of Celestion but in the whole range of Celestion there are few that can compete with a medusa 100. Fane Medusa 100 is a reference to me, I do it again this choice without hesitation.
I have since 2011 and I certainly never divide them. I bought a SDS100 SDS8 before, but this is just fabulous. There are 5 "tracks": 1 kick, 1 snare, 3 toms. Each pad to separate its output, or you can leave everything in stereo. Each pad has its own setting (factory or user). 3 knobs to adjust the stereo output (left, right, mix). 9 knobs for each pad: sensitivity, filter, pitch, bend, decay, noise-tone, click, pan, volume. This drumkit is made for lovers of 80's and electro. Summarize the Piou Piou of SDS on the high tom is heresy. It has a grain and a sound palette outsized! Monstrususes of snares, toms and a staggering kick really well done. I'm not a drummer, I driver with a BAR. No MIDI sequencer but a first input (unfortunately, we must add a chip for DIYeurs or buy a hard to find SDS6). Personally, I extract the sound of my Yamaha RX5 5 instruments to put those of Simmons, and it works very well. The knobs are solid, the metal shell as well. It's far from vintage soloper *'re plastic today. I love its sound and its settings. I do not like his lack of MIDI connectors. If tomorrow was an opportunity like this, I would do the purchase without any hesitation.
I use since 2009. One kick, four possible snares on the same channel, 3 toms. Each instrument has its own separate output or we can leave it all in stereo with two mono outputs. There is also one outlet for headphones. You can adjust the sensitivity of the touch pad and the volume of each instrument sotie. The kick is nice but nothing more (pitch control and click) The snare has 4 different sounds (two natural and two electros) you can adjust the pitch, the bend, the decay. 2 sounds appliances are simply pleasurable, both natural is most disappointing, but when you buy from Simmons is rarely for its realism. The three toms are very disappointing, we are far from "Touch Me" by Samantha Fox or the "Self Control" by Laura Branningam. They are great for pads giving a white noise as percussion on "Blue Monday" New order. You can adjust the filter, pitch, bend, decay, noise, click. It may take five or sounds already programmed in set and save five others for each instrument. It was my first drumkit module Simmons. I'm not a drummer and am using that for pecussions pads (I have a BAR that drives my other sound module SDS8). It is far from the quality of the latter. I paid 150 euros including pads 4 years ago. I would do the same when this choice because it allowed me to familiarize myself with Simmons products. In addition, two electro snares and white noise Toms are just excellent. The rest is below the range of Simmons. Note that mine does not have MIDI, but still two places to put the connectors. Attention to knobs that age well and become brittle (at the same time the beast still 30 years). The pads, when they are in very good condition despite its venerable age.
DM 2000 VCM At home 1 week ago Everyone knows its characteristics. The equation somewhat lacking precision but I think access is very well thought out.
Made in Japan. Floyd rose bridge. Flat handle 22 boxes. 2 humbucker pickups Jackson 1 micro switch. 2 volume knobs and one tone knob.
Excellent, I had a horrible doubt. Is it going to really sound with 100 to 150 people? And low? Briefly tried yesterday context in an average room, 350 m2 area, very high ceiling (in fact a very large barn converted into a concert hall), it was perfect. Clarity of voice and guitar (plugged Ethos overdrive) everything through a Mackie CR 1604 VLC. Without needing to boost the power (the button on the left line input to zero) it really sent. Not even need to return by putting DXR10 behind and no feedback!. That happiness. Light, no need to be two to mount on supports. Very compact and solid. Complicated one point find a Yamaha cover. The delays are unknown and stores do not have, so if a user an idea of a place where I could find, I'm interested. Except this does not concern the enclosure itself is a 10/10 compared to my expectations.
Reissue the echoplex A simple boost or so. 20 db reserve (plenty) 2 internal mini switch: the first offers 3 db or 0 with the pedal set mini and the second acts as a tremble booster. The size of the pedal is ridiculous that provides space on the pedal board but with the risk that it passes through the rails for those who have a beautiful metal holder with velcro ...
characteristic: see previous review
Wha comprehensive. 2 fasels a boost, a factor Q by setting fasel, true bypass The boost is adjusted with a knob on the side and Q factors internally. The boost and change fasel is via a small switch on each side of the wah. An LED indicates when the effect is engaged, the boost and a type fasel which gives a good live reading of what is switched on or not.
rack stereo midi in & out, full of presets, editable front (no galleys in menu) specialties reverb (hall room flat ...) but there are also flangers all connections (XLR in both directions) to join in the send / return on a mixer (Mackie for me)