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Mixer Identification help, Thanks!
Old 29th November 2016
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Mixer Identification help, Thanks!

I was looking for a mixer and this one I found which had a small picture so I couldn't read the MFR and no information about manufacturer or model is available, it's a surplus auction, I was wondering if anyone here could make a quick ID from the attached photo? Thanks for any help in advance!
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Old 29th November 2016
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DDA/Dynacord/EV/University interface !
Nice little board grab it !
Old 29th November 2016
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DDA/Dynacord/EV/University interface !
Nice little board grab it !
Thanks! They did say interface but I thought that was referring to the box leaned against it at the top of the photo. Do you know what that box on top is?
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DDA/Dynacord/EV/University interface !
Nice little board grab it !
Also, since you seem to be a DDA enthusiast what would say is a fair price to pay? I can't seem to find any info on the model.
Old 29th November 2016
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Box on top would be the PSU, info can be found at DDAconsoles.com. Price is all about condition and what it will cost to transport, I would say $500-600 would be the upper limit without knowing condition.
Old 10th January 2017
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Thanks, I did end up buying it and seeing it's "modular" i was trying to ID all the interfaces it's equipped with and found the main, group and input panels all pretty easily except the panel with 6 aux. channels on the bottom next to the PSU input and was wondering if you might know which panel it is. It's in the first picture i attached labeled "Unknown Panel", I also posted a few other photos of the device and PSU module to see what you think of it!
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Old 10th January 2017
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Thanks, I did end up buying it and seeing it's "modular" i was trying to ID all the interfaces it's equipped with and found the main, group and input panels all pretty easily except the panel with 6 aux. channels on the bottom next to the PSU input and was wondering if you might know which panel it is. It's in the first picture i attached labeled "Unknown Panel", I also posted a few other photos of the device and PSU module to see what you think of it!
You're talking about the six Aux jacks, right? Those would be the individual outputs for Aux sends 1-6 that are on each channel - used for monitor mixes, external effects, etc.
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Nice find. How much did you end up paying?
Old 11th January 2017
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I got it for 175 and paid about 70 to ship it so about 250 total!
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