Funny, there is this guy on soundforums that looks just like you
Guys. It's an iLive. Behringer owns Midas, so I don't think they're putting this out to compete with the X32. To me, it seems pretty obvious that it's an iLive with the Midas name on it.
Glorious worker paradise?In other news, I just saw that Foxcon is considering a USA facility. Maybe you won't have to immigrate, Jim.
It depends upon who you ask. When the Midas people came through our shop with Pro2, they made a point to say that they had to clean up Behringer's work, rework the console, and design a pre. It is a cheaper version of the preamp in the Pro2. It is made side by side. This is a kin to Soundcraft using the same type of GB circuit from cheap console to "high end", they change the quality of components, etc. Behringer/Starin people came through saying that it was a Pro2 in a cheaper form. I got more accurate info from Midas than Behringer.
I disagree, I don't see it as a competitor to the iLive at all. It has less than 1/3rd the channel count, for starters.
...Apple has something like $150B of cash. It would be nice to see a better business climate here get them to put more of that to work here. ...
Most of Apple's cash reserve is outside the USA. The only way it will come home, i.e. the required 'better business climate', either for investment or for stock repurchase (my preference), is if the federal government gives them a tax holiday, otherwise they'll lose tens of billions in taxes. They've been asking for the tax break for years. It has happened in the past.I don't see it happening in the current congress.
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