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Old 02-10-2005, 01:44 AM
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Question Formula Sound FF-6000

when is this mixer going to be available to the pubic? how much will this mixer cost? will it be sold in the united states?
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Old 02-10-2005, 06:08 AM
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The mixer is in production and available now through Formula Sound or Funktion-One dealers. The price in the UK is 1385. You'd have to contact a US dealer for the pricing over there - I don't know any Formula Sound dealers over there, but you can find a list of Funktion-One dealers here: www.funktion-one.com/users.htm

I believe Dan Agne at Sound Investment in Chicago has taken delivery of an FF-6000, though I don't know if this is for demo purposes or for an install. You can contact him at: dan@soundinvestmentav.com
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when is this mixer going to be available to the pubic? how much will this mixer cost? will it be sold in the united states?


He he, he he... Did he just say pubic? He he...
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Has anyone used one of these, I'm thinking about buying one for an installation....

Is the sound as good as with the classic old F Sounds?

Do the EQ's go down to minus infinity?

Can you assign specific channels to the fx loop or is it only on the master?

Any help would be much appreciated.
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Old 01-05-2006, 08:54 AM
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Has anyone used one of these, I'm thinking about buying one for an installation....

Is the sound as good as with the classic old F Sounds?

Do the EQ's go down to minus infinity?

Can you assign specific channels to the fx loop or is it only on the master?

Any help would be much appreciated.


I haven't been able to compare the sound directly to any old FS mixer. It definitely sounds good, so I would think the sound is like the classic mixers.

The EQs I think go down to around -20 or something. Not a complete kill, but still pretty good.

There are two FX loops on the FF6000. They act as inserts on each side of the crossfader. Each channel on the mixer is then assignable to either side of the crossfader, both sides at the same time or simply bypassing the crossfader.
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Thanks mate, thats very helpful.... all the references I've been able to find for it so far have just been based on its own press release, and no proper dj type reviews...
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