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Q & A
A USB interface can be connected to the monitor
A This USB is inserted U disk place You can also access the computer
A This is a power amplifier is equivalent to the expansion device is not a recording device
This is NOT a recorder, it is a mixer. That being said, as long as you have a recorder and connect your mic(s) to the board, and the board to the recorder (computer, or whatever) then you can record anything.
By Jon Koons on April 6, 2018
I am not sure what the problem is, I have two of the exact same board and they both work well. Have you disconnected all input devices/mics and any amps you have connected. without connecting anything but power what happens - are you on 110v or 220v input?
By Amazon Customer on January 18, 2018
No me gusto no lo puedo conectar bien se leva el sonido
By juan rodas on November 26, 2017
Yes you can do to much ehit this mixer,is a good one i recomended
By roberto riscajche on November 16, 2017
It appears to have delay effects ( a one trick pony) not multiple effects but it gives you that delay / kind of sort of reverb effect.
By Tomco on December 10, 2017
it does not have onboard digital effects. I use it to mix drums and use outboard effects boxes (DBX compression etc) I really appreciate its silence and transparency. It does a great job handling the frequency extremes of drums and cymbals( good mics help of course but the mixer does not get in the way.) It does a grea… see more it does not have onboard digital effects. I use it to mix drums and use outboard effects boxes (DBX compression etc) I really appreciate its silence and transparency. It does a great job handling the frequency extremes of drums and cymbals( good mics help of course but the mixer does not get in the way.) It does a great job for the money. see less
By john lester on July 8, 2017
I don't know what you're asking exactly, because I've never seen a powered speaker. I run mine to a main bus mixer that is powered by a 1,600 watt amp, if that's any help. The only thing this mixer powers is my headphones so that I can set my tone and and output from each drum mic and condenser mics, then it goes to th… see more I don't know what you're asking exactly, because I've never seen a powered speaker. I run mine to a main bus mixer that is powered by a 1,600 watt amp, if that's any help. The only thing this mixer powers is my headphones so that I can set my tone and and output from each drum mic and condenser mics, then it goes to the main board where the overall volume is set. see less
By Hellbroke on June 11, 2017
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August 10, 2017
First, let me start buy saying that I've only had this mixer for a few days and have just used it at home. Haven't used it for a live event or recording yet. I actually plan on using it for a live band karaoke event. I will update this review after a few months of use... With that being said let's talk about this mixer: PROS: The channels do seem quiet enough. The level indicators do seem accurate. 12 xlr channels is a plus. I wasn't sure based on the description but the send output is actually the AUX Send (which basically can be used as a monitor send or external fx send). Makes a decent sub-mixer (for vocals, a fancy drum mixer, etc.) CONS: The color and feel of the knobs make the mixer seem cheap. No inserts on any of the mixer channels. The internal echo fx is a joke. While you can adjust it, the delay knob produces artifacts ( weird popping unnatural sounds and a hallow hum). Making fx impossible to use in recordings, and probably not much usage for live sound either. But that's not a deal breaker, it just means that you need to use an external fx processor. If it was 2 AUX Sends, instead of 1, this would not be a problem (that way one aux send can be used for fx and the second aux send can be for monitors). I don't know if you can use this mixer for live sound as a stand alone because of this. THE BOTTOM LINE: For the price, the mixer is good. Its easy to use, and does give you 12 solid xlr channels. If your just learning audio engineering, or really on a budget, or only need it for limited usage, then this is the mixer for you. I don't see any usage for this on a professional rig... But if your in a band, performing in local bars, and you need a sub-mixer to add more channels to your setup, this may be a good choice.
February 16, 2017
For around $100 this is an excellent product, I purchased this mixer to record drums primarily but have also used it for guitars,bass, and keyboards. All knobs and level adjusters are sensitive enough to even slight subtle changes, which is crucial when it comes to recording and that is a problem I often face with mixers that aren't "top of the line" per se. Also the clarity is exceptionally good in most aspects besides the effects, as they sound pretty fuzzy. my unit came with a two-prong outlet cord (no ground) so I haven't had any issues with hissing or buzz. I'm satisfied with the recordings which was the purpose of buying this product so in turn I'm happy with the product.
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By L Rogers
August 14, 2017
I would give 5 stars, but I wish it had signal indicators on each channel when a mic is in use. With that said it works great as an extension to a 24 channel mixer and as a quick portable mixer. The channel sliders feel a little cheap. The USB playback is basic, it does not show text for what song is playing. This mixer works well otherwise. I would recommend if you are on a tight budget.
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