Sonic State Studio / Analog Mixers / BEHRINGER Eurorack® MX-2642A 16-Channel 4-Bus Mixer

Average rating: 10.0/10 out of 10

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sebounet a hobbyist user from Switzerland writes:
For the price, the MX 2642A is excellent! Specifications are very honest, and the beast is versatile, this non-amplified machine is well thought, sounds very well... I love it as much for home-studio use than for fitting with a P.A. system.

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Saturday, 10-May-03 at 16:42
PEO! a hobbyist user from Sweden writes:
Bought this mixer a couple of years ago and it have proven to be a very nice and reliable partner in my homestudio. I like the faders extremly much since they are very sturdy and not as flimsy as the Soundcraft faders. My first mixer was a Behringer MX1602, after upgrading to this one my respect for the technical knowledge at Behringer has grown and made me a big fan. I'm also looking forward to buy a MX8000 mixing console in the future.

posted Wednesday, 10-Jul-02 at 15:4
PEO! a hobbyist user from Sweden writes:
Bought this mixer a couple of years ago and it have proven to be a very nice and reliable partner in my homestudio. I like the faders extremly much since they are very sturdy and not as flimsy as the Soundcraft faders. My first mixer was a Behringer MX1602, after upgrading to this one my respect for the technical knowledge at Behringer has grown and made me a big fan. I'm also looking forward to buy a MX8000 mixing console in the future.

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Wednesday, 10-Jul-02 at 15:4
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