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netwaves
16th October 2006, 23:13
Since I finally landed a gig on terrestrial radio, I have no more use for my home studio. Below is a list of what I have...it's all in immaculate condition and perfect to make your internet radio broadcast sound studio-quality.

I paid upwards of $500 for all the equipment and cables. I'm asking $3000 for everything. (2 mics w/ cables, mic boom arm, mixing board w/cables)

Also included are RCA cables w/ appropriate attachments for hooking up CD players or mini-discs to the stereo inputs and a 25 foot microphone cable.

If interested, e-mail: danoilers@hotmail.com

- Behringer Eurorack MX 602A Mixer (With two mono mic/line and two stereo channels, all with great-sounding 3-band EQ’s, a 2-track input and output, phantom power, phones output, balanced inputs and true main mix and control room outputs, it’s equipped to handle the most demanding of situations where few inputs are required. And thanks to its ULN circuitry, INVISIBLE MIC PREAMPs and impeccable construction, it’ll deliver professional results every time.)

http://www.behringer.com/MX602A/index.cfm?lang=ENG

- Behringer B-1 Single Diaphram Condenser Microphone (Designed especially with home-studio owners and musicians in mind, our new B-1 features a 1" capsule that captures your sounds with incredible realism, sensitivity and accuracy. Its wide frequency response from 20 Hz to 20 kHz is enhanced by a pronounced presence boost, making equalization unnecessary in many cases. Its cardioid polar pattern, switchable high-pass filter and -10 dB pad, SPL of 148 dB and unusually low inherent noise make it perfect for close miking and extremely flexible. The B-1 also comes with a carrying case, shock mount and windscreen.)

http://www.behringer.com/02_products/prodindex.cfm?id=B-1&lang=eng

- Mic Boom (At home in the control room and studio alike, this top quality heavy duty mic boom is an industry standard. With a 29" reach, the 14194 will support most of the modern microphones available today.)

http://www.bswusa.com/proditem.asp?item=14194B

-TOA DM-1300US Microphone (Diecast zinc body, Short-off type slide On/Off switch, Cardioid dynamic element, XLR male connector)

http://www.audio-direct.com/item.aspx?ItemID=ca572bc6-d858-4f5c-b9b9-584d9263b4f4

RadioRevolt
16th October 2006, 23:22
good eq, good luck with the sale.

poorman
17th October 2006, 02:59
You are asking WAY too much.

If I put my Eurorack 1832fx-pro, samson 3pack r21, samson 3 pack r11 (with wind screens), all the cables and inter-connects(Monster brand or Hosa), Furman pl8 II, dbx 266xl, samson s-com plus (2), alesis 3630, radio shack ssm1850 dj mixer, my 2 boom stands, 5 disc changer, tape decks, Amp and 2 12inch PA speakers and 2 10inch subwoofers. MAYBE I could get $2,500 for it all.
Sorry to be a downer but it being used and Behringer brand mostly isn't going to make it all $3,000. You need to lower your price down to what you spent or less.

netwaves
17th October 2006, 03:55
WOOPS!

I'm asking $300...not $3,000.

Sorry for the typo.

poorman
18th October 2006, 03:17
lol I had a feeling it had to be a mistake. $300 sounds very fair.