Hi there, as you might read in the topic: what would be the best choice for a home recording studio, which mainly focuses on. Originally Posted by Modern_Talking I have both mx and the mackie 24*8 consoles with meter bridge.. I must say I love the mx more. Great budget 24 input 8 bus console for stage or studioSpecifications: Extra 24 input MIX- B Channels, each channel individually 2-band EQ, Gain, Pan and.
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Get the manual to learn more! Otherwise, this console sounds “neutral”, it makes no specific staining, and personal, I like.
I’ll be the first to write in this section. Personally, I use the mixer’s EQ for backup vocals and use specific rack gear for the eurofesk vocals.
No breath unless you push the knobs! Behringer has lost its pro against Mackie, because this table was a carbon copy of Mackie, Behringer for the next version to simply changed the presentation of the table, nx8000 changing the knobs couleure to differentiate themselves from the Mackie!!
I have the first copy of the series mackie! Originally Posted by Ptownkid.
Especially as it is cascadable! Headband complete bargraphs option. The bar-graph is really handy, as well as the dual monitoring section The routing eurodeesk are huge thanks to the 8 sub-groups, 6 auxs and 24 inline inputs Based on your experience, would you buy this product again?
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Truly impressive connection options for the price. Unbeatable value for money!!! Exceptional value for money in my particular case.
It’s one of the most comprehensive analog mixers I’ve seen. Simple manual but not very useful, everything is pretty clear on the console. Our members also liked: One problem got fixed power supply and one didn’t one channel crapped out.
I will use it very little to record or mix. There are inserts everywhere, triple mc8000 outputs, etc. Behringer eurodesk mx I’ve actually owned one and still do for seven years.
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Otherwise, there’s not much to add. Look into a Mackie Onyx mixer. Although that’s a matter of taste. Manual in English, but not off-color, with handy synopsis. Would I buy it again? I tested a Spirit. Nothing to add to what has been said already. It is true that it throws in a studio, the number of channels is an additional comfort: I love the number of channels and the ultra-comprehensive configuration possibilities.
Sort by most recent most useful. What more to this price? You get what you pay for.
After a day of use I am very far from being disillusioned! Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. To sum it up: