I would expect the street price to be between $6-7K.
I would expect the street price to be between $6-7K. If that is the case then Yamaha has made their point. There is no other board in that price range with the feature set this board has. As far as comparing it to the M32, there is no comparison, and Yamaha's quality, feature set, and proven reliability, wins hands down.
it might just be the cheapest major digital route to 64 channels possible.
My rep from a large reputable vendor quoted me $6,742 for the QL1 and $13,466 for the QL5 this morning. No word yet on availability.
Here's a question. How does everyone feel about the QL1 and QL5 as competitors to Digico's SD11 and SD9?
That depends on how narrowly you define the feature set, I suppose.A GLD80 plus AR2414 is going to be $9K or so, but you get an integrated digital snake, and 30X16 IO, and a more flexible surface and architecture. A GLD112 plus full snake is going to be less than $15K, and you have 48X24 IO. ....
Here's a question. How does everyone feel about the QL1 and QL5 as competitors to Digico's SD11 and SD9?Interested to hear peoples views on this, I have an SD11 and SD9 but would be interested in maybe swapping the SD11 for the QL1 as need more faders.
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