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ricdoug
`Olu`olu

USA
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Posted - 12/01/2014 :  1:55:25 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
8 Channel Mixer under $70 bucks...

I picked one of these up on Black Friday, for $89 bucks and ordered another one yesterday. It's advertised as a 12 channel mixer, but that's a stretch. It has 4 XLR / 1/4" inputs on channels 1 through 4 and for more stereo 1/4" channels. It's about the size of a laptop computer, so I'll carry them in laptop bags. Here's a photo of the mixer and outboard power supply:



This is a link to the Cyber Monday sale price:

http://www.guitarcenter.com/Harbinger-L1202FX-12-Channel-Mixer-with-Effects-110448362-i3786483.gc

Here's a link to the owners manual:

http://harbingerproaudio.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/Lvl_L1202FX_Manual.pdf

I connected this mixer to 3 different P.A. systems, separately. It was very easy to adjust microphone sensitivity. Using a Line6 Pocket Pod, I played several electric guitars into the stereo channels. Using an LR Baggs Para Acoustic DI and separately a Behringer ADI21, I played several acoustic electric electric instruments into the stereo channels. It's amazingly clean and very low noise for a mixer of this price level. These are usually sold for $109 bucks. I bought both of mine for $89 bucks. Today they can be purchased for $69 bucks on Cyber Monday,

Here are the controls for channels 1 through 4. Volume, Stereo Pan, Aux send, High Pass Filter (cuts all frequencies below 75 hertz), Low, Mid and High. There's a peak LED on each channel to monitor clipping:



Now you see the 4 stereo channel controls. Volume, Left and Right Balance, Aux Send, a sensitivity button and peak LED. There are RCA jacks for recording and playback using an external device. Onboard digital effects and controls. An LED VU meter, Phantom Power switch for condensor microphones and some pedals and volume controls for mains, monitors, studio monitors or headphones:



The stereo 1/4" jacks for the 4 stereo channels, Main, Monitor, Studio Monitor and headphones along with the list of effects:



These are the inputs and trim controls for the first 4 channels:



The external power supply (included) input:



Identifiers and warnings:


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Admin
Pupule

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Posted - 12/02/2014 :  06:45:02 AM  Show Profile  Visit Admin's Homepage  Send Admin an AOL message  Send Admin an ICQ Message  Send Admin a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
Nice play on the name. Behringer? Harbinger?

Andy
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Lawrence
Ha`aha`a

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Posted - 12/03/2014 :  12:50:02 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Yes, perhaps they wish to be a Harbinger of Doom to Behringer...
...just like Berhinger has wanted to be a Harbinger of Doom to Mackie, SoundCraft, Allen & Heath and many others!!




Mahope Kākou...
...El Lorenzo de Ondas Sonoras

Edited by - Lawrence on 12/03/2014 12:51:37 PM
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ricdoug
`Olu`olu

USA
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Posted - 12/03/2014 :  1:38:25 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Harbinger, Behringer and Alto are most likely built by the same manufacturer. Ric

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