mixin desks

klusta

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n e one know their shit about mixing desks?

I'm looking at hooking up a 2.5k rig so that I can run decs and a band through the one system.

makes? prices? links?
 

klusta

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Originally posted by sketchy
A band? what size? ...

Behringer's got what you need at a good price, I guess..

www.behringer.de
Its for two things really

1. so I can hire out my system to a couple of punk night promoters (Pulsar, me, also runs a phat punk 'n' bass night)

2. thinking of forming a dnb band type turntabilism thing :slayer:

usually 2-3 guitars, drums and a screamer (singer)
 

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sketchy & Affliction :thumbsup:

gonna have to speak to the bands and find out exactly what they need.
 

sketchy

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Originally posted by Affliction
i'd have to reccomend against the Behringer personally, ive had some real bad experience with their stuff, it's always been really badly manufactured.

check the Mackie or Soundcraft desks

http://www.digitalvillage.co.uk/
http://www.studiospares.com/
I've tried a couple of behringer mixers and fx myself with no probs... :-/

Anyway, my point is that behringer stuff cost less than half of what a mackie or soundcraft unit, if ure on a budget..

So, if you're gonna move the stuff around it might be worth it to spend a bit more, but I think the Behringer stuff works fine as long as you dont hurl it around that much :)
 

M-Code

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my behringer is A-OK and it has been moved around in the back of my car quite a bit. good quality as well imo.
 
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