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Title: Small clean inexpensive mixer for studio monitors
Post by: PaulGasztold on June 08, 2010, 06:06:00 pm
I need a mixer for my studio monitors.


Required Inputs are as follows:

2 rca inputs from PC soundcard
2 rca inputs from laptop


The following would be nice to have but
are not required:

optional: 1/4 from instruments...
optional: XLR mic input


Is there a small clean inexpensive ( under $100 )
mixer that wouldn't affect the sound much and
allow me to control the levels of my powered
Dynaudio Bm6A active monitors?


Preferably something I could easily buy used.


I tried a behringer eurorack but the fidelity wasn't
good enough.


Until now I've been using an old Fostex 450 semi-pro mixer
and it has been reasonably clean sounding
but now it has died.


thank you
Title: Re: Small clean inexpensive mixer for studio monitors
Post by: Bill_Urick on June 09, 2010, 07:45:59 pm
I'd try one of the small Mackie or Yamaha mixers.