Help me pick a Video Mixer, please

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    • #43773
      AvatarAnonymous
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      Hi, I run the audio and video production at my church and am decent at video production. We’ve been borrowing a Videonics MX-1 unit from a school that one of my friends works at, but recently they had to reclaim it so we are searching for a new one. Our budget would be no more than $500 ($300-$400 would be better). I plan on getting the unit used on Ebay. I was wondering if I should stick with the MX-1 or if there was a better model from a different company that I should consider. I’ve been eyeing the MX-3000 and MX-PRO, but they arent really in our pricerange.

    • #183426
      AvatarAspyrider
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      I used to own a Panasonic AVE5. Loved it. Might find one cheap on ebay.

      J

    • #183427
      AvatarAnonymous
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      Thanks, I was looking at that last night, but it appears to only have 2 inputs and I’m currently using 2 (on in the back and a remote controlled in the front) so it wouldnt leave any room for expansion.

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