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    Mixer For 788

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    has anyone had any experience in running a mixing counsel say like a behrenger ub1622 fxp or something similar.is there an advantage if any in running thru a mixer first.i have a friend who runs thru an alesis mixer into his computer and has good results.it seems it would be easier with keeping things pluged into a mixer verses the back of the 788.i really dont like the adapter sticking out in the back for xlr,it seems flimsy to me.the behringer boards have mic pre-amps and phanthom power for condeser mics.what are your thoughts on this anyone who may be trying it.thanks for the info.

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    Pretty much any mixer can used with the 788. For me, the more busses the better. With the mackie 1604, you can send 4 different inputs into the 788(inputs A thru D for instance).

    and with the Yamaha 01V, I can use all six inputs on the 788.

    I do a lot of mobile recording and have taken feeds off dozens of different mixers.

    You just have to define how you will be using the 788 and choose a mixer than gives you the most benefits.

    as far as the back inputs on the 788, I'd recommend getting a lot of female XLR to 1/4" TRS cables, all different lengths and make sure the 1/4" end is the 90 degree type. That'll take a lot of stress off the input area on the 788.

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