View Full Version : would like to trade my mx30
26th February 2003, 04:51 PM
i'm looking to trade out my panasonic mx30.
i want to get rid of it because i'm low on cash and i only use it once every 2 months. it works and looks great. the t-bar is still tight and cosmetically i'd rate it at an 8-8.5/10. maybe jeff/htg, who is on this board, can probably vouch for its condition.
i'd like to trade it for a lower end panasonic or videonics mixer + cash.
if anyone is interested, or has any other gear you think i'd want, post away.
28th February 2003, 09:27 AM
I'm looking to buy a Panasonic Mixer asap!!
Where are you located? Is it a PAL or NTSC model?
Also...how much are you looking to get for it?
My email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Give us a shout.
28th February 2003, 11:32 AM
Dave I am afraid antidope is from florida according to his profile (if you look below his name on the left). That means his mixer will be NTSC and thus usless for us VJs in the UK.
If your after a cheap pani mixer in the UK check adtrader.co.uk or loot.com, the last resort is ebay as prices tend to be a little over priced.
Also if you are after an MX30 CKE distribution have one for ?799 that seens in good condition, H Prestons also have a couple of MX50s.
Hope this helps
8th March 2003, 06:39 PM
hi guys - if you're spending that much on a second hand MX30 - I'd suggest buying one of the new Edirol V4's - they're now in stock in the UK. we've just bought one and for the money they're great - they're tiny and light, 4 channels and very responsive.
8th March 2003, 06:58 PM
humm, i ordered mine from edirol like 3 weeks ago, and they said when it comes back in stock they would ship it and call me to let me know... have you heard recently that they are in stock in the UK? cause then i might have to give them a buzz on monday and check out the score.. i'm gagging for one of these babies
8th March 2003, 07:20 PM
they were in stock - maybe they've all gone! we placed an order a while back and yes, they did ring us when they came in... so hold tight!
9th March 2003, 12:42 AM
Ok cool. sounds wicked but...where do you recommend me ordering one of these desks from?
sounds very cool....
11th March 2003, 04:18 AM
well, I think yer nuts, but I'm selling my MX20 anyway. Works solid, never any problems, about 3 years old now I guess. NTSC. Asking US$700. Going to ebay soon.
11th March 2003, 07:19 AM
nuts? why? I thought those desks looked quite good? I know an old skool analogue desk would be very cool but why not one of the newer style digital ones?
just intrigued to know why you fink it's nuts...I've used Panasonic desks for years but as long as the Edirol desks are way better than a Videonics then I'd quite like to try one. What dya reckon?
11th March 2003, 09:51 AM
why? I thought those desks looked quite good please tell me your not buying your mixer based on asthetics :)
to know why you fink it's nuts...
well to spend almost the same money on an out dated peice of kit, rather than buy a new machine like the V4, with all its features/size/price, i fink you would definatly have to be nuts.
I've used Panasonic desks for years but as long as the Edirol desks are way better than a Videonics then I'd quite like to try one
they do seem to be better, no t-bat lag etc etc, more useful functions and effects, the v-4's have been designed with us/vj's in mind, as opposed to for a non-linear editing suite.
where do you recommend me ordering one of these desks from?
straight from edirol (http://www.edirol.co.uk)
11th March 2003, 11:11 AM
Of course I'd never buy anything based on "asthetics" well...not alone anyway ;) - I did of course mean that the spec "looked" good.
Yeah, dunno bout you guys but sometimes its quite tricky to decide whether the new gear is better than the older stuff - I mean the new gear has it's advantages like all the built-in effects etc which is cool but to be honest I haven't used a new desk that hasn't got a significant latency or is a real pig to navigate around whilst setting the effects etc - a real bummer when mixing live ;)
Are my experiences out of date?
I'm thinking of running this desk downline to Resolume or Arkaos - does this sound cool? Reckon they'd work well or be a real handful?
I'm fresh from the pro broadcasting side of things so live mixing through software is still very novel to me and I'm a tad reluctant to depend on it hence my questions regarding a solid fast hardware mixer.
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