Behringer and Mackie I can (sort of) understand. But why A & H?Steve.
In addition to Tim and David S's points, I've heard (albeit apocryphally ) that early versions of I think the GL series weren't particularly reliable - to the point that they were apparently nicknamed Allen & Grief for a while. Pretty sure that was a long time ago though.Cheers,David.
I never understood the no allen and heath!
A church I was a member of 25 years ago bought an A&H 32 channel mixer. When first plugged in, it lit up red light a christmas tree. It was a modular unit, where the channel strips could be changed out from the top side. 3 bad channel strips out of the box. It went downhill from there. The church had bought it from an installer who was not a dealer, and A&H wouldn't do anything, said it was a used mixer. I heard they had a bad problem during that time with cold solder joints. I bought an A&H GL2200 new 10 or so years ago. I hated it from the start and never developed a liking to it. And it had problems early on. 6 months old and 3 bad channels and some switches that had to be routinely exercised. I hear many stories of people who loved them though.
But now I have a Mixwiz that's been dropped from over 5 ft, twice, and soaked once. Never an issue in over 7 years
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