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    Just realised i'm going to need a new mixer, very soon.

    I'm currently using my Dj mixer which is quickly running out of channels and isn't really appropriate having to switch between line and phono all the time. What i need is a mixer which can look after 6 inputs (so far);
    RM1x
    A4000 Sampler
    Nova
    PC (audio out)
    2 Decks

    I also need 2 outputs on the mixer;
    One going to the amplifier for monitoring, and another output for recording into the PC for Cubase and other bits.

    As my decks are going into the mixer it obviously will have to cater for dj use, so headphone channel monitoring has to be a feature.

    What would be an ideal, suggestions please with prices and suppliers where possible (UK).

    p.s i prefer sliders to rotary controls and i love lots of flashing lights......
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    I think ur only option is a rane or formula sound or maybe a rodec
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    I would agree with the Rodec idea. check out http://www.rodec.be


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    Or a Urei 1620... if you've got $2500 to spare.
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    This might help you in the future, when you are considering options. For the outputs one for recording one for master, couldn't you just use one of those "split RCA" cables?

    Just thought I'd drop an idea.

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    I GOT

    you want to look at a fostex vm88 or vm200 DIGITAL
    optical in and out ,and a couple effects per ch.
    nice clean sound the vm88 i have just came down to 279 and the vm200 is a couple hun more
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