"Behringer SX4882 looking mixer for the price. Sounds good too."
Noy lacking in the sound. British equilizers, really gives you more, versatility, with the sound shaping.
Every cahnnel and bus, has it's own meters. Channels 25-48 can be switched to monitor their outputs.
Ease of Use:
If you understand mixing consoles, this one is very easy.
To heavy to move around @ 62 lbs, and 30 x 37"s, is not portable. It's all heavy plastic, on outside; that's not a problem, for me. I live on the East coast, box came from CA. The box was beat up, maybe water damage too. Mute LEDS, did not work for Ch's 17-24, and some other minor functions; peak & input LEDs. For the price I got it for; I ignored them for about 3 days; and looked for service manual, or schematic. I'm more qualified and expierenced, than these tech's around here; and it's too big, to send back, or take to a tech. So I opened it myself, (with help) and found 3 connectors, unplugged; near channels 17-24. Now it's perfect. According to the date, the mixer is 3 months old.
Registered by email. I searched for the MX9000, to get compatible schematic. Any company, that makes it's own stuff, and doesn't have parts, or service manuals, availiable to the users; will get a zero from me, on support. I don't need to talk, or the emails; just the parts & prices. But a "1"; is the lowest score, I can give here.
The product is more than worth it's price, when compared to others. Most others want about $1000, just for the meter panels alone. Which is rediculious, for comparators, resistors and 5 cent, LEDS.
The Wow Factor:
The amount of channels, LED bank, 4 channel equalizers and price; make it the best mixer for dollar, out there.
This should be my last mixer, unless I open another room; I'd get another for that room.