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    Just got the 1880 today..

    So many buttons
    All light up with three colors
    oops hit wrong button

    A little recording haiku...

    I'm wondering how other 1880 users are making out.

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    Talking

    sweet machine
    much recording to be done
    share the fruit

    (acceptable English style haiku)

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    I have the expanded VS1680. Use to have the VS880.

    It is quite the unit.

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    I just got an 1880.I used to have an 880ex.the 1880 is awesome .I only have one gripe,I think that the 6 individual tracks as compared to the 8 on the 1680 is a
    pain in the ass for total control and mixing purposes.It does have improved sound ,more gig space,and the mastering switch.but I do wish it still had the 8 single channels.Am I crazy to think this way?I have about 3 weeks to decide with guitarcenters 30 day policy.I got my 1880 for $1994.00+tax.They now have the 1680's going for $1699.00.That could be $300.00 towards a vscdrII.What would you do?

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    I just got an 1880.I used to have an 880ex.the 1880 is awesome .I only have one gripe,I think that the 6 individual tracks as compared to the 8 on the 1680 is a
    pain in the ass for total control and mixing purposes.It does have improved sound ,more gig space,and the mastering switch.but I do wish it still had the 8 single channels.Am I crazy to think this way?I have about 3 weeks to decide with guitarcenters 30 day policy.I got my 1880 for $1994.00+tax.They now have the 1680's going for $1699.00.That could be $300.00 towards a vscdrII.What would you do?

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    jpskid,

    I haven't really had that problem. I shut off the links on 8-18 and record stuff with pretty consistent levels on the even channels so they really do not need a lot of work during mixing. With the "links" off, I can control 1-6 and 7,9,11,13,15,17 with the faders.

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