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Get 4 channels of mixing possibilities for chump change!
The ART PowerMIX l - 4 Channel Mixer is your totally affordable solution when a number of mono sources or a stereo source need to be mixed down into a mono signal. The PowerMIX I features 4 channels of passive mixing facilities. All line-level sources can be mixed as well as high-Z mics and most electric instruments. Great for karaoke and rehearsal applications.
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Great idea, poorly executed. I got one of these to try to mix my guitar and vocal signal from my harmonizer, but the signal loss inside the box was too great. Cheap guts. The second time I tried to unplug a planet waves cable from this unit, it got stuck and all four jacks moved around. The jacks are the cheapest thinnest plastic and are not screwed/anchored to the housing- guaranteed to fail. Junk.
I needed a tiny mixer on my pedalboard to sum two signals together in the effects loop, and the ART PowerMIX I Mixer did the trick! ART products are always top-notch in quality, making ART a brand I can rely on. Smaller than a stompbox, the PowerMIX I easily fits on my pedalboard, merging the effect of my octaver with the signal coming from my spatial effects. The result is a clean octave sound blended with the depth from all of my other effects. The 1/4" output then goes to the return jack of my effects loop. Each of the mixer's four channels can be attenuated or muted separately. The major highlight of this box is that it doesn't require batteries or a wall wart! It simply sits there, does its job, and is simple to use!
I own several of these units. They come in handy for me as a midi guitarist. I use one to be able to send a signals from my Vox Tonelab (for regular guitar) and from my GR33 guitar synth to the PA. I use another one to be able to send several guitars to the Tonelab without having to plug and unplug cords (after all, I can only play one of them at a time!). I rated everything as "average" because this is just a basic box with no bells or whistles, but for me it gets the job done.