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Published on Feb 25, 2016
...and here goes another comparison video, and this time it can be a bit... let's say... polemic?
We are comparing there the predecessor of MX180 series. As you may know, MX180 is one of the most used 4-channel 19"-sized club mixers. Well, the original MX180 (let's say MK1) was actually the same as MX18 with a crossfader. Then, after that "MK1", MK2 was released, and then MKIII. Then, the MX180 50th Anniversary edition appeared, that was then succeeded by MX180 Original. You can see on another video from this channel that sound in MX180 Limited and Original is mostly the same.
Also, a 9-channel (8+1) model existed, MX-34, with a significantly wider size, but the same electronics as MX18.
So, I decided to compare the Limited version against 4 generations before.
This MX18 was updated by me (cleaned, replaced components if necessary, etc... but I couldn't find yet the source of that annoying buzz that you can hear in the beginning of the video; something like a little ground hum). MX180 Limited was also cleaned by myself. But, as far as I remember, none of them was modified versus its default configuration.
So, about the sound quality... simply judge by yourself. You may be surprised. Oh, and, at the end, as usual, you can compare the frequency response to that track.