Sonic State Studio / Analog Mixers / BEHRINGER 2004A

Average rating: 8.8/10 out of 10

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wilyjanto,SE a part-timer user from Indonesia writes:
I just got my 2004.. I love it!!! I used to use mackies... but this behringer is superb. I dot actually get a good deat out of it couse in my country it cost about $360... way to expensive but still alot cheaper and better fuction than mackie 1402. the sound quality is very good and clear... very low noise. the pots isn't equally smooth, some a bit loose and some abit tight but still work perfectly but I know the mackie has equally smoother pots. I use this mixer for my MIDI project to mix 5 keyboards and 2 sound modules... this mixer is good and flexible. the other thing that let me down abit is the colour, I got the silver one not the dark grey one and it's assembled in china, I think Behringer do that to reduce the cost... I hope this baby's gonna live long and truble free... this one is good and worth to buy... and it has reasonable and good value fot the money.

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Sunday, 21-Jan-01 at 13:42
JRC a part-timer user from USA writes:
Why some people slag Behringer's gear, I have no idea.

I've used an MX1602 for a few years and it is a great little mixer for the money. They are quiet, have a solid build, and sound good for the money.

I liked my 1602 so much I got a MX2442 for my home studio.

Still use the 1602 for other purposes and as an additional submixer.

Mackies are great, don't get me wrong, but Behringers are very good for the money.

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Saturday, 20-Jan-01 at 23:18
digit-crapster a part-timer user writes:
I'm looking to buy a mixer and the Behringer MX2004A came to mind with a Behringer EX3200. But I don't know if I should get the Tascam TM-D1000 instead of the Behringer, I only need a mixer for synths and monitor speakers. It's going to be my first mixer. I would appreciate some advise.

posted Tuesday, 16-Jan-01 at 8:20
Rick a part-timer user from NYC writes:
Clean!! I wasn't going for mic preamps in a board, so this was the perfect mixer. I'm rating this highly, because of bang for the buck. Price isn't everything, & I truly belive that now. So glad I saved $700 instead of buying a Mackie. If your just looking for a mixer for a small synth based project studio, this is the way to go. With the money i saved, I can buy new gear. Outstanding! p.s.: Despite what some ppl say about the eq's, I found them to be real responsive. If I really want to bring a track to life, thats what mastering labs are for. :)

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Friday, 01-Dec-00 at 21:34
Chris H a hobbyist user from Sweden writes:
Excellent quality, sound, pots, features price. u cant go wrong with this mixer!!

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Thursday, 30-Nov-00 at 5:52
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