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Stageline MMX-2USB Mini USB Mixer

Product Code: 256650

Compact 2-channel USB mixer with 4 inputs

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The MMX-2USB is a compact 2-channel mixer ideal for recording speech, vocals and music onto a PC with well-balanced results every time. With straightforward operation that doesn't take up a large amount of desk space, they are the simple and reliable solution for a clear and genuine sound. Other applications abound: the MMX-2USB will mix reproductions of digital audio data from a PC (particularly handy at presentations or music events), and musicians value the units for general applications (mic mixer, monitoring and so on). The mixer integrates easily as a USB audio interface and simultaneous recording and reproduction is possible - as is mobile operation without a PC, thanks to its rechargeable Li-on battery.

A mono mix input and a stereo input both offer 2-way EQ and balance control, alongside a stereo tape input; outputs are 1 3.5mm stereo master output, a stereo tape output and an adjustable headphone/ monitor output. 18V phantom power is available for condenser mics, while robust metal housing ensure durability. Convenience boxed.

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