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Thread: soundcraft folio Si Vs mackie 1202 vlz

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    this guy is offering me a soundcraft folio Si 18/2 for 150 including delivery,
    is that better than the mackie?
    or a folio F1 12/2 for the same price...
    should i get one.. which one or keep searching for the Mackie?
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    mmm difficult decision mackie are bloody expensive even 2nd hand, i'd presonally get the most amount of inputs possible because when u upgrade or add bits and pieces u might have to upgrade ur mixer to accommodate more inputs soundcraft are good mixers imo so u might have found a bargin
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    cheers the mackie and the Si are the same price second hand..
    i know nothing of mixers and couldnt find anyhting on the web about the Si, so i presumed it was duff.
    but the cheque is on its way to the man with the Si!
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    could you recomend a cheap mic.. i want to get a couple to mic a room under 30 each.. for vocals and instruments,
    cheers!
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    taste subject

    well, nice price for the inputs. quality wise I prefer Mackie by far, but folio does good and if u are running lots of outputs (or plan to) its a better choice.
    Mike Lobo
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    hmmmmmmmmm...... old news.

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