@T4Mwow thanks for the thorough run down. That’s too bad about the FX functions. I’m not really interested in joining my laptop up to the set up right now... But maybe down the road. I would eventually like to record some mixes of rare reggae tracks and send them to friends who are interested in that... so the laptop is on the horizon at some point. After reading your post I’m kinda leaning towards just copping a used budget mixer to get familiar with and then down the road decide if I want an upgrade. I wouldn’t really be using one of the better mixers to their full capabilities. I’m glad you chimed in, thanks man.
if you don’t mind, I have a couple more questions -
I've seen a lot of mixers have the output for the speakers that use those beefy studio monitor plugs. My speakers take red and white RCA and I’m not really interested in replacing them with serious monitors. Is having the speakers with the RCA gonna really limit my mixer options?
Do the equalizer functions on mixers vary much? Really just interested in bass and treble. I don’t think I will really need much more than that. Mostly to increase the bass on some older reggae tracks lacking the deep bass.
more pics. Copped these yesterday. The final track on the jr Reid album is a disco track??!!! Lmfao 🤣 😂