#1
Now we all know they make some crap however I'm looking at a cheap mixer for basic recording stuff. These were the two I was looking at.

http://www.onlinemusicstore.com.au/index.php?page=showProduct&id=BEXE1222FX
http://www.onlinemusicstore.com.au/index.php?page=showProduct&id=BEXE1622FX

So basicly, are all Behringer products as bad as people say they are or is that just their cheap **** pedals and amps? I mean, everyone gives Line 6 a hard time but they make some qualitty stuff.

If not can anyone recomend me a mixer under $500 AUD? I'm on a very tight budget, no negotiations are possible.

I was looking at this Yamaha one
http://www.onlinemusicstore.com.au/index.php?page=showProduct&id=YAMG82CX
Last edited by Final !mpact at Jul 30, 2009,
#2
The Behringer Eurodesk series is good for budget mixers. I use one. It's very basic, but it does what you need it to.
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#3
http://www.phonic.com/en/mixers/nonpowered-mixers/am-440.html

I have a Size down from that model and it works a dream i believe its a fair bit more expensive than the behringer, i think it is a lot better for the price. the phonic is immacuatly built and it is as silent as mixers you would pickup for four figures. the phonic is a little basic though. i knew a person who had the model of behringer you and and it was a shocking peice of ****, i strongly recommend you do not get the behringer
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http://www.phonic.com/en/mixers/nonpowered-mixers/am-440.html

I have a Size down from that model and it works a dream i believe its a fair bit more expensive than the behringer, i think it is a lot better for the price. the phonic is immacuatly built and it is as silent as mixers you would pickup for four figures. the phonic is a little basic though. i knew a person who had the model of behringer you and and it was a shocking peice of ****, i strongly recommend you do not get the behringer


I'll have a look at it. Thanks for the suggestion.

I'll have a look if they have that mixer in any of the nearby music shops but there isn't much to choose from.

I pretty much figured the Behringer would be ****.
#5
no problem
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The Behringer Eurodesk series is good for budget mixers. I use one. It's very basic, but it does what you need it to.

I agree with this. The preamps aren't the best, but for the price they are very hard to beat.

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