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Re: Re: Best high quality,super compact mixer?

I have to say it... I love my Behringer. Small, light-weight and durable. 
I do up to 250 shows a year with it.  Serious hours, serious abuse.  It
has held up great.  Does it sound as good as my 16 channel Mackie CFX? 
No, but a little tweaking with the EQ and it's all peachy.

Love it.

On Fri, August 23, 2013 3:19 pm, Sylvain Poitras wrote:
> Rick,
> Here's an idea from left field...
> From previous posts I surmised you had a RME Fireface UFX, right?  Do you
> know you can use it without your computer?  Throw in a cheap midi
> controller and it's a hell of a mixer... (only 4 preamps, though, but
> plenty more balanced line inputs in the back).  The kicker is that not
> only
> can you route anything to everything, you can save mix presets and change
> between them at the press of a button.
> From the website:
> *Stand Alone Operation with Setup Recall* . Using the three rotary
> encoders
> and the clear colour display the Fireface UFX can be configured and set 
> up
> completely at the device. Additionally internal memory allows for the
> permanent storage of six different states of the unit. Therefore the
> Fireface UFX is able to operate fully stand-alone, without any connected
> computer. In stand-alone operation it can transform into totally 
> different
> devices by the simple click of a button. Furthermore, in this mode
> TotalMix
> FX can also be controlled via MIDI. Application examples include:
> 12-channel AD/DA converter, 4-channel mic preamp, monitor mixer, digital
> format converter, analog/digital routing matrix.
> http://www.rme-audio.de/en_products_fireface_ufx.php
> It doesn't exactly fit your wish list, but if you already have the RME,
> you
> could get a good rackbag with a drawer for mics, cables and midi
> controllers and it won't cost you too much and would give you lots of
> flexibility.
> Like I said, left field...
> Sylvain

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