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    Guys, I've had an Allen and Heath system 8 16input 8 buss desk for a while now hooked up to my ADAT and i'm hooked to the sound of it and the routing versitility.

    I wanted to know other people's opinions of this desk and why us brits made such warm sounding EQ compared to overseas desks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunglebungle
    Guys, I've had an Allen and Heath system 8 16input 8 buss desk for a while now hooked up to my ADAT and i'm hooked to the sound of it and the routing versitility.

    I wanted to know other people's opinions of this desk and why us brits made such warm sounding EQ compared to overseas desks?
    I used to love those back in the mid 80's, not only brit mixers had a different sound but also brit monitors.
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    doing a google search it suprises me how many studios are still using them! which makes me happy.

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    Other than cultural differences in taste and the resulting different paradigms their engineers use to design audio technology I couldn't really answer that question. In my opinion British mixers sound amazing.

    I love my A&H!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunglebungle
    I wanted to know other people's opinions of this desk and why us brits made such warm sounding EQ compared to overseas desks?
    SSL, Neve, Trident, hmmm you've got a good point.

    I still prefer US hamburgers though
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    I feel we could get into a dangerous debate here I wont mention how awful your chocolate tastes

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    you never had any belgian chocolate did you
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