First was the Mackie VLZ-1642 http://www.mackie.com/products/1642vlz3/index.htmlThen came the Behringer XENYX QX2442USB http://www.behringer.com/EN/Products/QX2442USB.aspxNow comes the Galaxy Audio AXS-18RM http://www.galaxyaudio.com/AXS18RM.phpWell gee, they don't have to make it that obvious right?
back when mackie sued behringer (and lost) for copying their mixers, the rumor was that the chinese cloned some circuit boards so closely the chinese clones said mackie on them.
back when mackie sued behringer (and lost) for copying their mixers...
There are more than 3 16x4x2 mixers that will share similar feature sets and general configuration. There are other, better examples of a lack of originality. Customers in the market for a 16x4x2 will have certain expectations for where the controls end up, so I wouldn't expect much variance.
Completely, and I still maintain that Mackie are fairly bold in putting auxes above EQ - that'd fox me every time - which is a move I'd hope others wouldn't copy.And that's before that shared mute/peak light - words fail me!
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