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Dangerous 2-BUS LT
Old 13th February 2003
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Dangerous 2-BUS LT

Whoa just noticed the Dangerous 2-BUS LT.

Cheap! $1400! 16x2 mixer!

Is the quality cruddier in ANY way than regular Dangerous 2-BUS?

Is it electronically balanced rather than transformer balanced or something?
Old 13th February 2003
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According to DangerousMusic, there is no discernable difference in sound quality. I asked them at AES last year.
Old 13th February 2003
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I asked them at Namm recently, the guts are all the same, the only differences are the actual noticiable ones....don't remember what they are.
Old 13th February 2003
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There is a 3db difference in s/n. Also it doesn't have XLR i/o. It uses dsubs. Those are fun to wire.
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