This beeing my first thread on here and me probably beeing so blind I don’t see a category explanation, I just pray this is the right category.
That said, Hi!
My current cheapo mixer only has 2 stereo channels which leads to the constallation that my audio interface is hooked into the tape/CD input.
Currently my monitors are hooked to the passthrough of my headphone amp.
has balanced or unbalanced out
Where I want to be
Each source on its own volume slider/knob
Seperate Main and Monitor outputs
Pan-knobs on each channel are a must
Not 19", needs to be desktop
Main and Monitor need to be able to output unbalanced
optional: (EQ on the main is a plus, EQ on each channel is preferred though)
As I do this for a hobby and not for a job, I would like to keep the spending low-ish without saving on the wrong end. If anyone has different suggestions to go about this, let me know.
Products need to be available in or ship to Germany.
Gotcha, didn’t know how much you needed. Behringer mixers are fine, albeit a bit cheap feeling, and honestly not as high quality as the mackie. If you really want eq, then I would say it’s fine, but if you can live without eq, the Mackie is what I would recommend
Behringer components like mixers and interfaces are better then their speakers and mics imo, so it’s not like your getting a bad product if you go with one. I just thing the mackie is a more refined product if you don’t need the eq
Also, just curious what are you using this setup for? It looks pretty planned out and organized, which is good because you know exactly what you need. Some people when they start a studio setup don’t plan ahead and get burned after they purchase everything and then find an incompatibility or lack something they want to do.
It is mostly a convenience and learning thing.
Having voice chat, game audio and music on seperate knobs is just nicer than fumbling about with keyboard shortcuts. Then there is the fact I more often than not have mutliple computers running and getting alerted without having to have an extra set of speakers just made sense.