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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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    Product Use

    Sound:

    I use this mixer for two reasons - home recording and live shows. The last thing I want to have is annoying distortion. Luckily for me I can turn down the gain knob all the way and still have the sound quite loud.

    Sound Scenarios: tested with the line 1 input (mono channel 1) volume set at +0 (halfway setting)

    1. With the gain down all the way and the fader moved about 3/4ths of the way up produces crystal clear sound. I can’t emphasize how clean the sound is.

    2. Once again with the gain turned all the way down, but with the fader moved all the way up, some distortion is noticed; not much though. The sound is still quite pleasant to the ears.

    3. Surprisingly, when the gain setting is set to both the ¼ mark and the halfway mark with the fader 3/4ths of the way up, the sound is still not distorted.

    4. When the gain is set to 3/4ths around there is some noticeable distortion. It is less than distortion than instance two, but it is still there.

    5. Obviously when the gain is at full there is distortion, and can be annoying. Not much distortion still, but its enough to be a nuisance when trying to find “your sound”.

    I find that scenario 1 is your best choice and is really what emphasizes your sound.



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