Purchased second hand in 2015.These units are going for $1200 new and $800 used

The power section caps are on their way out due to age, however the unit still functions as it should.Replacement capacitors for the unit, are roughly $3.50 each.If you know what you are doing, or have some experience replacing PCB parts, this is a good little project.Specs:

– Hybrid FireWire/USB2 connectivity

— connect to your computer via either plug

-and-play FireWire or hi-speed USB2.

– CueMix FX™

— flexible 28 input/16 bus mixer with on-board DSP effects, including reverb with sends/returns, plus EQ and compression on every input and output.

– 28 inputs / 30 outputs (at 44.1/48 kHz)

— there’s no channel sharing in the 828mk

3; the mic inputs, S/PDIF I/O, headphone out and main outs are all handled as separate channels.- Front-panel control

— access any setting in your entire 828mk

3 mix directly from the front panel.- Stand-alone operation

— program your mixes at the studio and then bring the 828mk

3 to your gig – no computer needed. Need to tweak the mix? Do it on site using the back-lit LCD and front-panel controls.- Multiple CueMix

FX mixes — for example, create different monitor mixes for the main outs and headphones. Or add send/return loops for outboard gear

– with no latency.- Two front panel combo jacks provide hi

-Z 1/4” guitar input or low

-Z XLR mic input with phantom power, pad and plenty of gain.

– Mic/guitar instrument sends

— add your favorite outboard EQ, preamp, reverb or other processor to the two mic/guitar inputs, before the signal goes digital.- Clip protection

— Mic/guitar input limiter prevents digital clipping and distortion from overloaded signal levels up to 12 dB over zero.Eight 24-bit 192kHz analog inputs and outputs on balanced/unbalanced 1/4″ TRS jacks