- (July 07, 2006) MY MS20 STORY I was lucky to be one of the first to get my hands on this near field monitor by Behinger. I got it the day it first came at Electronics Depot in Ali Mall, Cubao. I was actually going to buy the MS16, but I looked at the stores catalog and saw this one. This thing sells for Php6,500 only! Good thing my GF brought her credit card! The unit was so fresh, i had to wait an hour and a half for the people at Electronics Depot to send the unit in from another branch at Robinsons Galleria! Kudos to guys from ED for not making me wait a day to pick up the unit. On to the review! OUT OF THE BOX The unit came in a big box. The package includes an Male RCA connector for connecting the
- (November 16, 2005) Backed by a 3 year complete warranty and the lowest street price on the market for an 18 input Firewire enable mixer, it has tons of features, onboard digital effects, and it sounds great. One Firewire cable (included) from the mixer to your laptop gets you going. Up to 18 tracks can be sent to your computer simultaneously with no audible latency or delay. Internal power supply beats noisy "wall-warts", the onboard 10 band graphic is handy, and it has both XLR & 1/4" master outputs This mixer is simply the best value on the market for anyone wanting to record music with their computer (Mac or PC).
- (December 31, 2007) The ION TAPE2PC cassette recorder is a fine addition to the tape archive arsenals. I have quite a few cassette tapes that I used in the distant past to record events and live broadcasts from special occasions from the radio dating back 25 years. Some of these tapes are very fragile. I was really worried about 6 of my tapes, that I only had one chance at putting the music I had on them on my computer. In all everything turned out great and I can't be anymore happier than I am right now. This unit is basic and comes with three versions of software you can use to record to your computer. When I got it I unpacked it, connected it to my computers usb port and it was recognized right away. I put
- (09/03/2013) I mainly use two of these for sub-mixes for keyboards and rhythm pads and drum machines. The pre- amps are silent and love the effects when it is used for karaoke singing. I wish it had tap tempo at the effect section
- (08/30/2013) I bought it for my mom's Williams Sound Pocketalker Ultra personal amplifier. Because the mic input requirement on Pockertalker was not specified, I was hesitant at first if Olympus ME52 will work correctly. It turns out this mic fits and drives the mic input on the Pocketalker perfectly. It's unidirectional and has a better sensitivity (-40dB at 1KHz) compared to the original Pocketalker omni-directional (MIC 014) mic. Williams Sound MIC 014 sensitivity was not specified and guessing it's around -56dB at 1KHz. Thus the mic input on Pocketalker Ultra probably has electret condenser microphone bias with a nominal impedance of ~ 1.5KOhms and a 3.5mm plug-in power system capable of =>1.5V.
- (08/27/2013) This is the second Nady LM-140 Omnidirectional mike I've purchased from you that doesn't work. I thought maybe I did something to the first one, but two that don't work confirms that it's the product. How do I return it?