Alto Professional Mixpack, Mixpack Express
Portable PA systems
Designed to be set up or packed away at a moments notice in small to medium-sized venues, Mixpack and Mixpack Express feature a central powered mixer with a storage compartment and two speakers. These three components attach to one another to form one pod-like structure with wheels and a handle for easy transport. Speaker cables are also included with both systems, as well as two speaker stands. Mixpack features built-in Alesis DSP effects, six inputs, two aux sends with stereo returns, RCA input/output, switchable phantom power, three-band EQ on each channel, headphone out, LED meters, 600W of power, and a three-way speaker system including a 12î sub-woofer, four 6.5î MF drivers and two 1î HF drivers. Mixpack Express provides 350W of power, up to six channels of audio, seven-band graphic EQ, two-band EQ on each channel, one aux send/return, RCA input/output, Headphone output, LED meters and built-in effects.
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