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    Eurotrack UB1002 Mixer Review
    Author: Leht Samson
    Date Posted: December 12th, 2003
    SLRating: 8/10
    Bottom Line: If your into making music you need a good mixer, money is almost always a problem so you may have to compromise. SLCentrals very own resident musician Ryan Ruiz found and reviewed the Eurotrack UB1002 Audio Mixer. Was it up to the task? read on to find out in our official review..........

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    Quick Overview

    Ok, to start off with there are 10 inputs in total with two phantom powered Mic inputs. Both of these Mic inputs have very low distortion to them.

    I cant tell you how many times distortion on either vocals or acoustics can kill a song or performance. I was first set on getting a separate Mic pre amp but I went with this instead (due to price) and I have been very happy with my decision.

    There are also quite a few features that allow you to pinpoint exactly what you want out of your sound which is always needed.

    There are two 3-band equalizers along with a low cut feature which Ill get into later and also two gain controls on both of the mono channels (input lines 1 and 2). Then for each input there is a pan control and a FX control, which will also be discussed more.

    The UB1002 features five outputs, one called FX send, which really catches my eye. Aside from the inputs and outputs there is a tape in and tap!e out feature.

    To control the levels on this unit is a rotary knob for headphone and control room volume and a fader for main mix volume control. Right above the fader are ten LEDs. Eight of them (four on for each side) are level indicators, one is a power indicator, and the last is a phantom power indicator, which is labeled as +48V.


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    1. Introduction
    2. Specifications
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    4. Product Use
    5. Sound Settings
    6. Structure
    7. Conclusions

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