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    i know i've seen the sony oxford, but is there anything better or more expensive to compete with it?

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    Sure, the SSL Axiom. I'm not sure how much the Oxford goes for, but SSL 9000 J channel strips go for about $9000 per channel.Are you planning on buying one? Hehe.
    THIS MACHINE KILLS HIPPIES

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    Id say the K series myself, but again its just my opinion.

    http://www.solid-state-logic.com/res...udio7b-USA.jpg


    You be the judge..no drooling!

    SoMm

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    *drools*

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    it was specifically said that there is to be no drooling!

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    Plenty of desks by Neve and Harrison, among others, that I wouldn't kick out of bed either... Hell, I'd settle for that nice cute little Libra...

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    Hey littledog, do you have any pics of your studio?

    Id like to see where you do your thing.

    Studio ****

    SoMm

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    Didn't someone here post a link to a mixer with tube pre's that would cost $500,000 for 24 channels? Or something?

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    26 Tubes per input strip- Up to 96 inputs!

    This might not be the most expensive (but again it may be) but it probably WOULD be the most expensive to keep running.

    http://www.tube-recording.de/vintec/index_E.htm

    Oh well, you would save money on heat for the control room but spend those savings a couple or three times on AC!

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    Re: 26 Tubes per input strip- Up to 96 inputs!

    Originally posted by MikeA
    This might not be the most expensive (but again it may be) but it probably WOULD be the most expensive to keep running.

    http://www.tube-recording.de/vintec/index_E.htm

    Oh well, you would save money on heat for the control room but spend those savings a couple or three times on AC!
    Good set-up for a studio in the Antarctica!

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