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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by paulblackford, Dec 7, 2020.
This is the way.
I take it that the omission was exactly why it needed to be diagnosed in the first place.
I've left my Quinn ODS on for two years. (Turned off if we won't be home.) It removes yet another step to playing at home.
This thread is a clever ruse to get guys to admit to having a Behringer product that would never fess up otherwise. Count me among the exposed.
you want that switch box thing on the end of an extension cord. roll up the mixer cord. or better yet make it shorter.
I'm not an engineer, but I believe that's a mains-ly plug.
Kudos for correctly using all three in a sentence.
I can count to two, too.
When I went looking for a replacement for my old Fisher mixer, I was surprised to see that the Alto had an on/off switch on the back. Many that I looked at did not.
Tripp Lite Isobar, or if you want cheaper, Tripp Lite power strip. Or, cheaper yet, Wal Mart power strip.
And how about that BLINDING blue power on LED?
I avoided them until this year, but now I own 3 Behringer products.
All have on/off switches.
Behringer stuff is good, for what it is. But they cost about 25% of what top professional equipment does. Enjoy it for what it is.
I have a Rode NT1 condenser mic. Rode NT. RodeNT.
Has everyone else in the world already caught on to this? Why would they name it this, unless it's meant to be a hidden joke?
The lack of a power switch is actually pretty common with studio/sound gear. It's not really a cost-cutting measure, and in most professional situations, it's actually preferred. The reasoning is; in a studio or live sound environment a lot of that gear will be plugged into a common power source, and it's easier to flip one switch that turns everything on at the same time, rather than having to turn on multiple units one at a time. If there is a power switch, it will probably be left in the 'on' position all the time anyway, so it's kind of redundant to have one.
I used to have the same gripe about some of my gear as well, until somebody pointed that out to me.
Or a Line 6 HD 500 rant. I bought one, then realized they totally over-engineered it. Every kind of input and output you could think of, but no on-off switch.
What if he's mixing flamenco?
I was well down page 1 before I realised what you were all talking about.
Not one of these