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  1. Hanging in there, have my first gig in almost 2 years coming up and it's been scaled down to less than 1/2 of what it was before. Sure is quiet over here...
  2. Yes, brilliant and quirky all in the same package.
  3. See my post above, which references my other post farther above. It's generally not an easy repair unless a solo switch is pushed down that you didn't notice.
  4. And FXWG84 will remain poor because only somebody who is either poor or not educated in what barely "good" is would even consider particle board or MDR... both of which are below the bottom of the barrel. I find it ironic that you are giving advice on not cutting corners.
  5. Interesting, looks like there was a specific need in mind.
  6. 40 STEREO inputs? Has something changed in pro audio that I am unaware of?
  7. How many physical inputs and outputs on the console?
  8. Read my previous posts, your question has been answered.
  9. ... and for the rest of the story, it fell out of favor with the Dead too. Just not worth the hassle (with a few notable exception). (+1 for resurrecting a necrothread from almost 10 years ago)
  10. Well, did you learn anything from the previous posts? There is not enough value in this product to justify a proper (ie qualified) service technician's time. The cost of repair far exceeds the mixer's value. I have repaired these 20 years ago, they were tricky and not worth the time or the hassle. It requires a thorough understanding of how the cue/mute/display circuits work because you will be analyzing as you go. What's your experience level?
  11. I still have my day job designing bass & acoustic gear for Mesa Boogie. I also have a few interesting irons in the fire that include several old friends from the touring products world.
  12. Going to be a very underwhelming box for bass, nothing in the design is optimized for even barely acceptable performance IMO.
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