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Broadly-speaking, it would be silly to consider anything other than a digital desk at this point. That said, there will be a learning curve for people that are used to analog desks. I've been operating a Yamaha LS9-32 at church for the past four years or so, and have found it to be an excellent board. Now, for your requirements: We have a fairly ...


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The digital board you're upgrading to should have individual monitor volumes. If not, I'd say it's a crappy board. That said, not many high-quality/professional-grade monitoring headphones have dedicated volume control anymore. It's usually all done through the hardware or software you connect them to. Anyway, the Beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO ($200) is ...


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The Sennheiser HD range of headphones is one of the most comprehensive ranges on the market, and can suit a number of different needs. It ranges from the HD 203's I use at home (around £50, 15-19k Hz) right up to the HD 800's that are professional headphones (£1000, 8-50k Hz). Now, I probably wouldn't recommend either of these extremes - the 203's are good, ...


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Take all the different adapters, switches, and mixers you have, and mount them on a platform. Have a local sheet metal shop make a unifying enclosure, probably power-coated, so all the cables are concealed, and every switch, knob. and button is on the same plane and level. That's what I've done when integrating similar multi-device analog interfaces, to keep ...


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My Immediate suggestion would be to look at one of Behringer's XENYX options, the 502, 802 or 1002 . these mixers are 5, 8 and 10 channel respectively and 35, 55 and 57 GBP respectively. the links are below (I could only post two links,???) If these options are too expensive then maybe you could provide a budget?? You also may need some extra wires with ...


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