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The Air-4 has four microphone preamps built in. This allows the use of a host microphone and three guest microphones with the Air-4 without the use of any external mic preamps. The other key features include remote start logic for each fader, dual program busses with balanced outputs and USB connectivity. The console has 12 faders plus a phone fader designed for use with a hybrid. An automatic mix-minus is provided. All audio connections are via RJ-45 connectors to keep your wiring simple and inexpensive. The USB connection is patchable to any input fader, and internally dip-switchable to send from either program bus.
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