EURODESK MX8000 PDF
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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It makes much less noise than the brand’s modern consoles! I bought it at the time being not sure of the keep. Sort by most recent most useful. I’m very satisfied with the services this nice console has provided me. Personally, I have a lot of fun routing the direct outs to other tracks. It is true that it throws in a studio, the number of channels is an additional comfort: Manual in English, but not off-color, with handy synopsis. Had two fairly ms8000 catastrophes with it I have nothing much to say in this regard, except that the faders on mine feel way too smooth, I would’ve preferred them to offer a little more resistance.
My critisism was against the first version, the one Mackie sued Behringer for, which is considered to be the “best” MX It sounds really good, there’s not much to add. No noise I tested it with a Neumann as overhead mic Simple manual but not very useful, everything is pretty clear on the console.
Also anybody have one and can give eugodesk opinion? Maybe the dumbest question yet??? Crosstalk between channels are bad too. If that’s not much difference, I definitely go for the newer, plus eurodesm meter bridge is built eurodeak.
I would do if this choice? Especially as the market opportunity, we can reach in good condition at ridiculous prices. A real pro would want and can certainly pay more!!! Without a doubt its weakest point. No breath unless you push the knobs!
The routing is eurodeskk flexible.
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Yeah, i think i’m going to steer clear and buy something much better. Truly impressive connection options for the price. The bar-graph is really handy, as well as the dual monitoring section The routing possibilities are huge thanks to the 8 sub-groups, 6 auxs and 24 inline mc8000 Based on your experience, would you buy this product again?
Did you find this review helpful? I will use it very little to record or mix.
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I’m just sick of mixing in the box, I hate it. Would I buy it again? You really have to push very hard to recover breath. One channel doesn’t work anymore and 2 or 3 faders have issues.
Well it makes quite a gas plant, worthy of some bikes a lot, but really much more expensive. A good machine, very interesting opportunity.
Unbeatable value for money!!! It’s one of the most comprehensive analog mixers I’ve seen. The bar-graph can display either the 24 mic or the 24 line inputs. Look into a Mackie Onyx mixer.
But honestly, it’s been a good workhorse for quite a while. I have the first copy of the series mackie! Pumped back to the Mackie, the MX found in undeniable qualities and his abundant connections can do just about anything you want. Log in Become a member. Write a user review. Well it is clear that it is still there, the matron, and I never had any technical problem. Just FYI, I payed top dollar for this because Behringer was fairly new at the time, and this is the board Mackie sued them about.
Fortunately, thanks to the flexible routing, you can get round the problem processing the signal with a real EQ. I can’t tell if it’s worth it.
You get what you pay for. Get the manual to learn more! Subscribe to our free newsletter Subscribe. Its separate power supply and weight inspire confidence Originally Posted by Ptownkid. One problem got fixed power supply and one didn’t one channel crapped out.
I use it in my home studio to record and mix together with an Akai DtD.
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Just to say I Fully agree with my prdcesseur! I’ve actually owned one and still do for seven years. I love the number of channels and the ultra-comprehensive configuration possibilities.