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Re: Observed as a tagline on another board...
True. True. I had an MX2642 which worked great and when the digital mixers went closeout I came a hair close to buying one (it's such a cool looking device).
I have noticed, though, that some of their stuff has a somewhat (don't know how to describe it) a sterile/bland sound. It seems like the sound quality has some missing dynamics or something (i.e. mixers) than Mackie.
I was poised to get one of their reverbs as a cheap way to get more 'verb options than my guitar amp has and the Behringer (can't remember the model of the $99 job) is inexpensive. But, remembering some past experiences, I think I'll wait and buy a Lexicon cheap-o.
I bought one of their Guitar Tuners - a knockoff of the Boss TU-something. It works okay except for the low E string. For some reason, it doesn't like that string.
Thelonius Balthasar Straschill <email@example.com> wrote:
I daresay this is true for quite a large number of loopers (trying to
remember the first gigs of the y2k6loopfest, how many has it been with a
FCB1010? Bill, Per, Mir-O, Krispen, mhs...Rick didn't have one if I remember
But believe it or not, there are indeed a few things Behringer which give
you great fun and value for the money...among them the ADA8000 (at least if
you clock it externally), the DI20 and DI880, the old composers, the MX2642A
console, the headphone amps and I also like the bang for the buck of the old
Von: Paul Richards [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Gesendet: Dienstag, 24. April 2007 21:50
Observed as a tagline on another board...
I dislike Behringer crap yet I own Behringer crap..;-)
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