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Discussion in 'Pro Audio Equipment' started by Rog, Oct 10, 2001.

  1. Rog

    Rog Member

    Lots of people have very little good to say about this company, I'm wondering why? I have one of their mixers and have used some of the outboard gear and while this stuff isn't going to set the world on fire it isn't too bad - especially for the price. So, what's the problem with them? Is is because they (allegedly) borrow liberally from other more respected designer's ideas or what?
  2. dwgriffi

    dwgriffi Guest

  3. Rog

    Rog Member

    Why don't you just come right out and say what you mean J?

  4. Roel

    Roel Guest

    And their mixers just suck. I was making full use of the headphone out and it broke down. I hate the damn thing. I hate it so much that I scratched "EVIL" on it, and painted it red. No. I didn't. But I do hate it.
  5. warlock

    warlock Guest

    I've been using MX2642 for 4 years 10 hrs a day and everything on it works. Except for one scratchy fader which is used for the stereo mix out from my Scard. Go figure. And I like the B'ringers EQ more than the Mackies. I admit that the mic pre's are noisy and a bit "duller".

  6. Rog

    Rog Member

    The PSU on my 8000a blew up - they don't uprate them for 240V. Easy enough to fix and the tech support was excellent. You pays your money and you takes your choice.
  7. dwgriffi

    dwgriffi Guest

    Originally posted by Rog:
    Why don't you just come right out and say what you mean J?


    Heh heh! Actually, a chap I shared a space with years back got a Composer to put across his midi rig output. First two were DOA and the third crapped out in a week. Fourth I think he actually still has. No opinion on how they sound, but I've never forgiven them for making him so grumpy for three months.


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