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Re: Little line mixers
Well, I'll add two more candidates to the "mix." The Rolls RM203 is a
10-channel *stereo* 1U line mixer. It only has one aux send, however.
This is a quiet well-built mixer. Its only problem is that the balance
and aux knobs are pretty teeny.
The Roland M-120 is a 12-channel mono 1U line mixer that has the 2 aux
sends requested. It's built like a tank, nice knob layout. I have one
for sale if anyone's interested :) (12 mono channels just aren't enough
for me these days!!)
> Subject: Little line mixers
> Date: Thu, 14 Feb 2002 09:38:58 -0800
> From: Mark Hamburg <email@example.com>
> To: "Looper's Delight" <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
> I've realized that I might be able to build a reasonably portable rig
> in a
> six space rack if I could come up with a 1U or 2U line mixer as an
> alternative to my Mackie 1642. Here is the signal routine I need to
> * I've got as stereo signal coming from my amp simpulator.
> * I need to split this signal and send a copy of it to my DL8000R. On
> Mackie, I'm using subs 1 & 2 to do this but I assume I could probably
> get away with Y cables.
> * I need aux sends for my EDP and my AM8000R.
> * I've got essentially 8 inputs coming into the mixer (amp x 2,
> DL8000R x 2,
> EDP x 2, AM8000R x 2). With a bit less flexibility, I could get by
> with 6
> inputs plus a stereo effects return.
> * I don't need microphone preamps.
> Any recommendations? I'd like to limit the expenditure on this since I
> out relatively rarely and I'm mostly likely to use my Mackie at home.
> submixer has some appeal, but I haven't quite overflowed the Mackie
> One option I'm looking at which unfortunately isn't rack mounted are
> really small Behringers. I'm hoping this list might have better