Re: [AH] analog mixers with multi-channel digital outs

From Brian Willoughby
Sent Fri, Jan 23rd 2015, 19:38

I was just about to point to the Mackie Onyx 24.4 for $1,800 with =
FireWire, Perkins "British-style" EQ, and 100mm faders. It has balanced =
mic/line outputs for all channels on 3 TASCAM-style DB25 connectors, and =
that's separate from the usual inserts on every channel.

http://www.mackie.com/products/onyx4bus/splash.html
http://www.mackie.com/products/onyx24-4/index.html
http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/Onyx24x4

You can buy fan outs for the DB25 cheaply, around $200 for a set. Of =
course, if your recording gear has DB25 inputs (mine done) then you're =
set!

Brian

On Jan 23, 2015, at 9:54 AM, "A. Horton" <horton.andrew@gmail.com> =
wrote:
> Zero complaints about my Mackie 1640i. I love the long/thin footprint, =
too, instead of a wide-ass mixer. Sounds great and works like a charm. =
Have never once had an issue making records on it for the past few =
years.=20
>=20
> On Fri, Jan 23, 2015 at 11:51 AM, Em Wilson <emwilson612@gmail.com> =
wrote:
>> I'm researching a new desk and looking for options similar to the =
Venice f24. I've never owned a Midas, but I've had Soundcraft and Spirit =
desks for 20 years now. The following are some guidelines
>>=20
>> Under $5,000
>> 16-24 channels
>> Multiple, duplex channels in and out; again, 16-24
>> Parametric mids (hi + lo optional, but appreciated)
>> 100mm faders (I might be flexible here...maybe)=20
>>=20
>> I'm hoping are European comrades are aware of some options we don't =
normally hear about here in the states. Bonus points if the console =
matches my Costco desk chair!
>>=20