Excellent, could you both reply with the model numbers and possibly street or MSRP pricing, I'm not really familiar with either soundcraft or A&H lines currently. I'll google and add street prices to my original post when I get home.
Richard, sorry.. but I have to wholeheartedly DISAGREE!! Why BUY a Mercedes when you can get the job done with a Ford equivalent with no loss of income, less capital outlay and faster/quicker ROI? It makes no economic sense to buy the Merc - if you indeed view it as an income generator.If you are looking at new consoles then you probably already know what clients need what, what potential clients MIGHT need, what kind of business you are targeting and THUS, what kind of booking rates you are likely to get in your area.In other words, all of the above should give you some idea of your BUDGET. That will automagically narrow your choices down from an Avid D-show down to a QU24 (or equivalent) or leave you in the D-Show range. In which case you won't need to look at a QU-24.
Richard,Pick one.$3,000 - $10,000$10,000 - $50,000$50,000 - $200,000$200,000 - $500,000
I know one sound provider that has A/B'd the internal plate reverb on the X32 with his >$3000 Eventide and considers them to be too close to differentiate
probably looking at 2one in the <10k system price range, cased with snake and possibly another in the sub 40k, again system complete cased with snake system or it could be 2 of the lower end ones or maybe none and I'll just keep on keepin on with the analog stuff thats bough paid for and adequately routes input signal to the outputs.
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