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Alesis MultiMix 4 USB, MultiMix 6 USB
Four-channel USB mixer
These four- and six-channel desktop mixers with a USB digital audio interface built in output not only line-level analog audio, but also stereo 16-bit, 44.1kHz digital audio over USB for low-noise, easy computer connection. Monitor back from a computer through the same USB connection. All input channels accept a 1/4" line input. XLR microphones can be used, including condensers thanks to the mixers' switchable 48V-phantom power supply. Channels one and two offer switchable high-pass filtering at 75Hz to eliminate low-frequency rumble, handling and wind noise. Each channel has a pan control and other channels provide high- and low-shelving EQs. Features also include a five-stage, multicolor LED meter for visual monitoring the main output level. A stereo, 1/4" headphone output has its own level control.
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