TBNAudioEngineer said:After reading the entire line of posts, a few things came to mind. First, the ultra graph EQ is a neat little EQ if you'll just be doing basics, but who ever posted the DEQ2496 was right, it's the best EQ Behringer makes, which if you're going to be doing in depth EQ adjustments it's awesome, it does more then I can discribe. I paid $329 US dollars 9/30/04 for the one we use at the Station. It does however take a little bit of time to set up, but once it is, just save the settings. While it isn't a RANE eq, you can still afford that Big Mac at MC D's. go ahead you deserve the BIG MAC.
Next up, whoever compared Behringer to Mackie, I hope you meant that in a nice way. Those of you who read my posts know I'm an avid MACKIE fan, and defend when prompted to do such. 8O
I don't know anything about Behringer's light consoles, but if they're anything like the audio consoles you can't trust it at all. One thing Behringer especially doens't do well, is mixers. CONSIDER YOURSELVES WARNED!
Everything else Behringer is Ok to Great.
tenor_singer said:I guess this begs the question... business practices aside... for those of us who cannot afford similar mixers at twice the price, will Behringer be a good start-up model if maintained and not abused? I personally think yes.
Noiseboy said:P.S I am offended that it says (actor) under my name....Who's idea was that!!!! grrrrrrr
I have an old PV board I can always hook up in a crunch... from the mid '80's :wink: