MJ Audio 10 Channel Compact Mixer w/ Effects and Built-in USB/SD card/Bluetooth Playing/Recording function

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Suitable for the applications in PA systems or indoor recording, e.g. Movie/TV/Music recording in theatre/dancing hall/bar/conference hall, etc. 

The MJ Mixers are compact, and portable consoles. Offering all the features and specifications required from mixing consoles at this level, at a great price point. With features such as 3 band EQ, built-in channel compression, DSP effects and a hugely versatile MP3/USB/SD card playback and recording system.

Available in 8, 10 or 12 input models. Input channels, are fully featured with 3 band EQ, 2 Auxiliaries, balanced mic/line connectors, compressor control and a useful channel MUTE switch. Stereo channels differ only with 2 band EQ and no compressor.

Main outputs are balanced XLR, with additional jack outputs available for auxiliaries and control room, and RCA phono record/playback facilities.

The USB/SD card facility for stereo recording / playback  make the  ideal for project home recording or giving the ability to supply interval / backing music to your live performance. To add further practicality to the unit, there is a built in MP3 player to give you every opportunity to make your live performance as quick and easy to set-up as possible.Also included on both KG models is a high quality 16 program DSP effects unit.

In addition to this, this model feature +48V phantom power on all mic channels, high quality 60mm smooth faders, and a robust quiet internal switchmode power supply.

  • 6 Channel MIC/Line and 2CH Stereo Input
  • Compression function of mic Channels (0-9dB)
  • Built-in USB/SD card/Bluetooth Playing/Recording function
  • 48V Phantom power for condenser mic
  • Built-in 16 program DSP with adjustable delay for wonderful effects
  • Main outputs with 2x8 accurate meter to monitor output level
  • universal voltage 100V-240V
  • MP3 interface can connect with PC for playback and recording