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RE: behringer stuff

Title: RE: behringer stuff

>>and then there's the mixers. some customers of mine love
em. but other customers complain of crosstalk, and i have
had more than one situation in which a customer returned a
behringer mixer cuz it had channels that picked up radio
frequencies. i myself recently purchased a used, older
behringer mixer that had very little headroom, and suffered
from nasty digital peak-outs before 4 channels finally just
died on me.<<

my 2802 blew hot smoke at me after a couple of years' layoff. however, it was an easy fix (the 2 giant electrolytics in the power supply had let go) & the desk now performs as it did when I bought it- loads of headroom, low noise, & so far no crackles. the hardware isn't fantastic, & the design is really a mackie knock-off, but I haven't received radio signals on it ever, nor have I had nasty clipping or channel-death. I also have one of their "edison" units, which is a stereo width enhancer & phase correlation meter; also well-behaved. my fcb1010 still lies unused, though.

but yes, I've read elsewhere that uli gets most of his ideas from other people, & that his low prices reflect some poor QC'ing......



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