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R.I.p. TT24

PostPosted: Thu Feb 03, 2011 11:44 pm
by csp
Mackie have finally placed the TT24 into the "Legacy Products" section of the main Mackie Forum.

A shame is it is a great desk and only needed a bit of tweeking to have it installed in venues throughout the world as a serious contender for prefered FOH desk.

R.I.P. TT24 (4th February, 2011)

DAvid

Re: R.I.p. TT24

PostPosted: Sun Aug 12, 2012 7:53 pm
by jorgea
csp wrote:Mackie have finally placed the TT24 into the "Legacy Products" section of the main Mackie Forum.

A shame is it is a great desk and only needed a bit of tweeking to have it installed in venues throughout the world as a serious contender for prefered FOH desk.

R.I.P. TT24 (4th February, 2011)

DAvid


David, thanks for this information.

Re: R.I.p. TT24

PostPosted: Sat Aug 25, 2012 2:07 am
by csp
Your welcome, just a shame I had to do it, especially now that Mackie have released their "toy" replacement posting.php?mode=edit&f=5&p=5398#

Only wish I could get my hands on the TT24 I did so much great work on --- currently sitting in a closed theatre rusting away along with the DS3232 snake, great lighting console and light rig, speakers, amps and everything else that goes to make a supurb live theatre.

Will just have to go out and buy myself one of the new Behringer DX32 desks, as it is going to be a killer.

David

Re: R.I.p. TT24

PostPosted: Fri Apr 19, 2013 10:52 pm
by jeff92k7
David,

Did you ever get one of the x32 consoles? I'm curious as to your thoughts on it.