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    neat small budget mixer for home studio

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    it is small, it is cheap, it IS balanced (yay)... I just bought a BEHRINGER MX602A for $69 (unbelievably inexpensive), and I am very surprised by the quality of this thing!

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    It is very small, yes, but I dont need more than 2 channels, mainly to control the master volume of my monitoring (event 20/20bas).

    The 602A is PERFECT for this use. I wanted to plug it in the forums in case some of you guys are looking for a mixer that has most of what the big mixers have but dont need all the inputs.

    I was using a ROLLS MX28 before, which was fine, but UNBALANCED... I got tired of all the HUMs and other POP sounds when turning the speakers off.... Problems of the past!

    me like balanced cables
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    i've always loved behringers. [lick] bought the mx3282a eurodesk not to long ago (submitted a review on it the other day actually) and yeah they just rock. like most manufactures they've got some good gear (the mx series) and some bad gear (the mx8000 and mx9000 from what i've heard andread). overall i've always been very impressed with their gear. their patch bays are wonderful!
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    woah corleone, thats a nice digital mixer for 299 definitly. I wonder if it has automation
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    vm 3100

    It doesn't have automation but you can recall 4 scenes

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    The Folio Notepad is also a gooden

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    I have that MX602a Mini-Mixer, It has nice clean sound with phantom power to connect condenser mics but the only thing missing on it is a on/off button(gotta disconnect the cord from the back of the console to shut it on/off) but otherwise it's perfect, it fits nicely next to my PC and i'll recommend it to anyone who's on a tight budget but wants quality mixing.
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    Originally posted by Big Corleone
    what about this?

    http://www.musiciansfriend.com/srs7/...se_pid/632503/

    $299.99
    It's $329.99 now. Still super cheap for a digital mixer tho. With efx and 24bit resolution. Hmmmfff......

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    Yup i've got the 602A as well. It's a cute mixer but i will need to buy a bigger one soon. And I leave it plugged all the time, i just turn down the main volume. Don't worry, it doesnt heat up.

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    I have the 602a as well, and for $70 I would grab that instantly.

    however, for $119, behringer has this mixer that's way better. I would have bought it except it came out a few months after I got the 602a

    I agree the on/off switch is a bummer. And the aux send is only mono(I believe). Other than that, the mixer is steller

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