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Author Topic: PHONIC M1642 (1994) 16 channel 4 buss  (Read 1588 times)

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PHONIC M1642 (1994) 16 channel 4 buss
« on: March 27, 2015, 02:14:52 AM »

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PHONIC M1642 £999

General-purpose 4-bus console available in 16- and 24-channel formats

Currently under review

This 4-bus general-purpose console is also available in a 24-input format, and is designed to be suitable for a wide range of applications, both in the studio and live. Both consoles are relatively compact, and features include 3-band semi-parametric EQ, six aux sends with two stereo returns, XLR balanced mic inputs, the facility to record to two stereo mastering machines, phantom power, insert points on all inputs and group output busses, and an assignable talkback mic input.

 

"The Phonic range has come to be known for its provision of lots of features at a reasonable cost."

 

The Phonic range has come to be known for its provision of lots of features at a reasonable cost, and the sound quality of Phonic mixers in general has proved to be warm and pleasant. This model should be no exception, and is very full-featured for its price.

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