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Alesis GigaMix 6FX Powered Mixer
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Features 6 channels of XLR mic/line inputs (4 mono, 2 stereo) and dual 9-band graphic EQs. No external power amp needed, as the 6FX has 300W@ 4 ohms ...Click To Read More About This Product
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A solid choice for small combos and venues.
Features 6 channels of XLR mic/line inputs (4 mono, 2 stereo) and dual 9-band graphic EQs. No external power amp needed, as the 6FX has 300W@ 4 ohms of power per channel with switchable dual mono main out, or mono main and mono monitor outputs for maximum flexibility.
Built-in 28-bit digital effects
100 onboard preset effects include reverbs, delays, chorus, flanging, pitch, and multi-effects
Internal DSP allows faster setup and greater portability without need to patch in external effects.
High-quality mic preamps for use with condenser mics, with 42dB of microphone gain. Switchable phantom power. Switchable 75Hz highpass filters suppresses stage and wind noise.
- 6 channels of XLR mic and line inputs (4 mono, 2 stereo)
- Dual 9-band graphic EQs
- 300W@ 4 ohms of power x 2 channels with switchable dual mono main out
- Mono main and mono monitor outputs
- Amp Config: Switchable - Mono Main Out x2, or Mono Main and Mono Monitor Outs
- Amp Power: 300 Watts/4 ohms x2 (600 Watts total)
- Mic/Line Inputs: 6
- Weight: 44 lbs
- Dimensions: 20"H X 26.5"W X 17.5"D
- Master Graphic EQ: 1x 9-Band EQ (Stereo) on Main, and 1x 9-Band EQ Monitor; 8-Segment LED Level Meters (x2)
- Effects: 28-bit Effects, 100 Effect Types
- Channel EQ: 3-Band Active (+/-15dB) EQ on all Input Channels
- Frequency Response: 10Hz-40kHz (+0.5/-3dB)
- Additional Features:
- _ Rugged, Impact Resistant Molded PPE Chassis
- _48v Phantom Power on all Mic Inputs
- _3-Band Active (+/-15dB) EQ on all Input Channels
- _High- Pass "Rumble Filter" on Main Outs
- _Post-Fader Effects Send (per-Channel) and Return, for External Effects
- _Master Tape Send and Return for Recording
- _Footswitch Input for Effects Bypass
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I bought this mixer when it was on sale. When it arrived I was surprised by how big it was. Strange that it's mono with only one speaker-out per power amp so you must run your speakers in parallel. Lots of power from this baby. Also has good preamps and I've made some good live recordings from it.
Bought this a few years ago on sale. Had problems the first time I used it in a small venue. Every time th ekick drum hit, the mixer signal shut off. Amp was on but no signal until I cut power and fired it back up. Had the extended warranty and they swapped it out for a new one. Never even bothered to use it again until last month. Six bands were playing at a concert hall/movie theatre and their power amps were stolen. I had 45 minutes from the time I was called until the first band. Hooked up to a Peavey 18 sub and a 115 cabinet on each side of the stage. Used a bass amp to power 2 monitors. Could not believe the power. Mics on the drums and vocal mics. Amp never pegged the meter and it pumped it out for 6 bands non stop. I use Crown power amps was I ever imprressed with this little Alesis. It was my back up but she is going to run a few gigs where size is a problem. Handled everything with punch and bottom end and the effects were very clean too! Monitor mix was good too! WOW!
I love this mixer! This is the best block style powered mixer I have ever owned or used. It is lacking on a few features that I have had on other mixers, but the sound quality can't be beat. Other musicians always complement me on the great sound we get from this mixer. It is clean and clear, can get good and loud without sounding distorted. The effects are some of the best presets I have ever heard. The price is right as well. You don't have to spend more to get a better mixer unless you want to go with the GigaMix8fx for more inputs. There are some mixers that are a little less expensive, but spend just a little more and get one of these. You'll be glad you did! One bit of advice though, Make sure you either have or buy good speakers to go with this and good quality cables to hook them up with. If you use cheap speakers, then no mixer will make you sound good. You can also have good speakers and a crappy mixer which is the same result. I'm lucky, I have this mixer AND a great set of speakers.