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Samuel Rees

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Re: Here we go with a mixer question
« Reply #50 on: February 07, 2019, 09:36:18 pm »

No sure what you meant by this, but on the QL each matrix send from input channels can be pre or post fade, selectable per input channel, just like the auxes. It truly is a flexible 24 aux board.

I forgot even the channel to matrix were selectable pre/post!


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Re: Here we go with a mixer question
« Reply #51 on: February 11, 2019, 05:39:17 pm »

Everybody, thanks for all the input.

The toss up is either the Yamaha or the Midas.

We'll see what the insurance company wants to do....

I am more of a Yamaha guy. Years of a PM4000 and onward.

But the main use of this mixer is for visiting BE's....

This is always a great place for info!
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Re: Here we go with a mixer question
« Reply #52 on: February 11, 2019, 05:45:34 pm »

Everybody, thanks for all the input.

The toss up is either the Yamaha or the Midas.

We'll see what the insurance company wants to do....

I am more of a Yamaha guy. Years of a PM4000 and onward.

But the main use of this mixer is for visiting BE's....

This is always a great place for info!
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Steve M Smith

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Re: Here we go with a mixer question
« Reply #53 on: February 12, 2019, 06:40:24 am »

I have an LS9/32 that I use for festivals. Given that, I have done some thinking of what would I buy to replace it if I didnít already have something...

I would get an A&H SQ7.

So would I.  Having seen the SQ series at an Allen and Heath training day, My opinion is that they are ahead of the competition at around the same price.

A company local to me who I sometimes work for is getting two SQ7s.  The DX168 and Dante was the decider. The company owner described it as Digico functionality without the Digico price.

I will probably get an SQ5 for myself.  I don't personally need any of the extra functionality, but I think it's the best option at the moment.


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