Sonic State Studio / Analog Mixers / SOUNDCRAFT LX7 24/7

Average rating: 7.0/10 out of 10

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David Spero Peligro a Professional user from Mar Vista CA USA writes:
I use this deck for 4 and 8 track 1/2" analog recording. This mixing desk has very clean "edgy" plenty o gain preamps. I'd describe the EQ as crisp, clear, and frosty. I use outboard pre's and occasionally use the Soundcraft's. Overall this board has great definition and signal separation. It's perfect for analog recording. I have the 16 track lx7 version w/ 8 direct outs... Niiiice. it kicks butt on any allen heath sheet. Try one out.

Rating: 8 out of 10 posted Tuesday, 17-Nov-09 at 21:2
Jerry from Switzerland writes:
Marvellous, warm sounding mixer. EQs are soooo smooth and buttery, and the preamps (Ultra-mic series) are rock n roll heaven. Midrangey, but just what I like. I record onto a half-inch eight track and this is the board for me. Had an old Soundcraft 200b but sold it when I got this. The difference is clarity was night and day. Very underrated piece of kit.

Rating: 8 out of 10 posted Friday, 26-Aug-05 at 4:38
Hugodm a Professional user from uk writes:
use LX7 24ch in theatre in uppingham, very good, easy to use, good eq, looks nice.

Rating: 8 out of 10 posted Monday, 10-Sep-01 at 15:51
Xavier Chambon from France writes:
very good possibilities and routings. Unhappily, the construction is very light and finish very bad!!! No access on the second fuse! If your money can, choose allen&heath GL2200/24

Rating: 4 out of 10 posted Tuesday, 28-Aug-01 at 13:27
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