I think I finally cured my RGAS (rapid gear acuisition syndrome)...
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    Default I think I finally cured my RGAS (rapid gear acuisition syndrome)...

    Buying audio gear is like dating women.

    -Sometimes you date women that are really beautiful, but they are stupid, expensive and high maintenance...(Pioneer)

    -Sometimes you date women that are cheap and have all the qualities you desire, but not a real looker (Gemini, Behringer)

    -Sometimes you date a women, but you have no idea why... (48 channel studio mixer... )

    and then.... you stumble on that perfect woman, she is not high maintenance, looks great AND has all the qualities you are looking for AND MORE!!

    Meet my newest girl, the... KORG ZERO 8!!! I got it for a steal!

    -8 channel DJ mixer

    -Countless different inputs including, Phono, CD, Guitar and anything else you might need.

    -not 1 but...2 send and returns

    -A killer internal EFX processing unit. (in addition to the 2 send and returns)

    -Totally adjustable eqs and custom filters.

    -A full layer of midi on top of all External mixer controls.

    -8 channel in/out Fire wire sound card

    -2 48v condenser mic inputs.

    -Fully routable signal path.

    -Oh yeah its also fully Traktor Scratch Certified.

    -so much more

    I think this might be my last mixer i ever buy.

    So get ready for a huge sale post soon, with tons of gear I thought I needed but never used.

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    I can officially say you will love her I don't regret buying mine I love it best investment I've made at a crazy low price as I got mine for 230 in mint condition still in box with manual, but that probably comes second to my recent steal on an x1 and case for 56 posted

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    Quote Originally Posted by michael133 View Post
    I can officially say you will love her I don't regret buying mine I love it best investment I've made at a crazy low price as I got mine for 230 in mint condition still in box with manual, but that probably comes second to my recent steal on an x1 and case for 56 posted
    oh snap you beat me for the lowest price, but for the mint condition its in, I am pretty happy. Im sure I will have to fix the touchscreen soon though.

    Have you had any problems with your touchscreen?

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    Can't say I've noticed any problem with the touchscreen as of yet the only issue I dislike is it gets mega hot fairly quickly and the vu meters don't really function but I knew of these issues before I went after the mixer as both are well documented online

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    Quote Originally Posted by michael133 View Post
    Can't say I've noticed any problem with the touchscreen as of yet the only issue I dislike is it gets mega hot fairly quickly and the vu meters don't really function but I knew of these issues before I went after the mixer as both are well documented online
    hmmm ok.

    The line VU's or the Master Vu's???

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    Master vu the line vu are perfect it's the two master analogue vu's barely move unless you run the channels at full volume and almost full gain with the master up full, I personally run mine around 1 o'clock on both gain and master volume and just don't worry about the master vu

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    Quote Originally Posted by michael133 View Post
    Master vu the line vu are perfect it's the two master analogue vu's barely move unless you run the channels at full volume and almost full gain with the master up full, I personally run mine around 1 o'clock on both gain and master volume and just don't worry about the master vu
    lol ok guess they're just there for show

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    Me thinks you'll be in the market for a new mixer in the near future.

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    Tight man, I really do want a Zero 4

    Enjoy it dude, I'll be on the look out for your sale lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by b1sh0p View Post
    Me thinks you'll be in the market for a new mixer in the near future.
    have you had experience with the zero 8?

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