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Old 07-06-2018, 02:17 PM
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Default S3L discontinued - thinking about getting a second hand - reliability?

S3L is now being discontinued.
Apparently S6L 16C is the replacement, although a bit more expensive.
I see there people are selling 3 years old systems for as low as 7-8k EUR for 32 channel system. I even saw 48 inputs for 8k once. So Im thinking about getting one. Im ok with the fact its not going to be developed anymore. The questions is reliability. Id like it to serve me for the next 7 years doing 30-40 shows a year. Will it make it?
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