• RE:Sparking up some conve

    From Conscentity@THORNY'S to Jahmas on Wednesday, October 22, 2003 14:30:00
    Re: Sparking up some conversa
    By: Conscentity to ALL on Thu Oct 09 2003 12:36 pm

    That's all I can think of off the top of my head. It did
    remind me that I needed to get a new mixer. Anyone
    out there have a favorite compact mixers they can
    recommend? Has anyone tried the new Tapco 6306?
    I've heard it's supposed to be quite a good mixer.

    I'm setting up a box to do some recording but I'm on a serious budget. So far I
    have Cakewalk guitar studio and I'm looking for a reasonable mixer for both the
    guitar and mikes. I've seen a Behringer Eurorack MXB1002 for about $99.00 which
    looks like it will suit my purposes. I can use my POD for DI on the guitar.


    I have worked with Behringer Mixers and they seem to be quite
    good for a home studio environment. I asked Behringer once,
    which series of mixer would be best for a home studio. They
    told me that the MX series are great, but the "UB" series are
    supposed to be more quiet. I don't know. There doesn't seem
    to be a huge difference in prices. If you haven't purchased the
    MXB1002 yet, you might want to take a look at their "UB" mixers.
    Just a bit of information.

    consentity.

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  • From Conscentity@THORNY'S to Digital Man on Wednesday, October 22, 2003 14:33:00

    I like Mackie, but I'm not sure if they even make a $99 mixer. Probably.

    digital man


    The Tapco 6306 is supposed to be around $119 and is supposed to be
    built by Mackie. Here's a couple of sites:

    http://www.tapcogear.com/products/6306/index.html http://www.zzounds.com/item--TAP6306

    It may not have as many inputs as a Behringer for around the
    same price, but it has Mackie stuff in it. I've always liked Mackie
    too. That's why I've been considering this mixer.

    Conscentity

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  • From Jahmas@MAJICKA to Conscentity on Tuesday, December 02, 2003 15:52:00
    Re: RE:Sparking up some conve
    By: Conscentity to Digital Man on Wed Oct 22 2003 03:33 pm

    The Tapco 6306 is supposed to be around $119 and is supposed to be
    built by Mackie. Here's a couple of sites:

    I remember Tapco used to be good industry standard. They could be dropped out of trucks etc and they would keep on working. A great starter PA would be Tapco mixer, Crown power amp and two Bose speakers. I once caught a fusion band in the late 70's like this and was amazed at the fidelity.

    Jah
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