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    Default 2 Channel Mixers... Opinions Wanted!

    So I have been dabbling in the idea of a new mixer, and I have pretty well decided on a two channel configuration...

    Sooo with an emphasis on sound quality, general feel and durability, I have come to this rough group:

    Urei 1601

    Rane TTM56s

    A&H Xone 22

    I would really like to get away with $700 or less.

    So I was wondering, what are you thoughts one these particular candidates, and what have I missed that I should be considering?
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    xone 22

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    id go with the xone

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    I read this article a little while back and found it really interesting and pertaining to your subject.

    Check it out dood.

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    for 200 - 250 more you can pick up a rane 57.
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    The Urei looks like pure sex on 2 channels

    Ecler Hak380 perhaps or Mackie D2 if you can find one ?
    Last edited by deevey; 04-08-2011 at 07:19 PM.

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    i'd go for the urei. if youwant effects go for the 1601 E and if you want a sampler take on a 1601S.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JesC View Post
    for 200 - 250 more you can pick up a rane 57.

    And if I dont play Serato that 200-250 is going where?
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    Quote Originally Posted by exokinetic View Post
    And if I dont play Serato that 200-250 is going where?
    into a mixer that is going to have a better re-sale value if you want to upgrade down the road. plus you will be getting a Serato ready mixer that gives you the option of using SSL as a backup program.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JesC View Post
    into a mixer that is going to have a better re-sale value if you want to upgrade down the road. plus you will be getting a Serato ready mixer that gives you the option of using SSL as a backup program.
    In retrospect, a 200-250 dollar serato sound card (as I'll be spending the money on the mixer portion anyway) is actually a really good deal...
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