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Nady MPM 4130 4-Channel Powered Mixer with DSP   

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The Nady MPM4130 4-Channel Powered Mixer with DSP has 4 delay options for overall sound”from small room to spacious. Each channel offers individual d...Click To Read More About This Product

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130W output and built-in digital delay.

The Nady MPM4130 4-Channel Powered Mixer with DSP has 4 delay options for overall sound”from small room to spacious. Each channel offers individual delay level control, 2-band EQ, and TRS and XLR inputs. Master section includes CD/tape level, delay level and time controls, L/R tape, and RCA tape out jacks for recording. The Nady MPM4130 4-Channel Powered Mixer is built into a rugged case for portability and road reliability.

FEATURES
  • 4 mono mic/line inputs with XLR/TRS inputs
  • Amplifier delivers 130W @ 4 ohms total into 2 parallel 1/4" speaker output jacks
  • Built-in digital delay produces choice of 4 overall sound programs ranging from small room to spacious
  • Each channel offers level, individual digital delay controls, plus 2-band EQ
  • Master section provides CD/tape level, master level, digital delay level, delay time controls, delay select switch, L/R tape in, and tape out RCA jacks
  • Rear panel provides main out/amp in 1/4" TRS jack unbalanced insert point
  • Shielded internal power supply
  • Rugged case with handles for portability and road reliability
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NadyMPM 4130 4-Channel Powered Mixer with DSP
 
2.9

(based on 29 reviews)

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Not Bad

I owned this PA for about a year. I haven't had any problems with it as far as fuses burning out or over heating. It has been very dependable. It has limited capabilities...Read complete review

I owned this PA for about a year. I haven't had any problems with it as far as fuses burning out or over heating. It has been very dependable. It has limited capabilities but i play small gigs with this unit. we use a behringer ub mixing board and plug the left and right out puts of the mixing board into the first 2 chanles of the nady. then we plug the send and return on the nady into a feedback distroyer and it works great. I don't like the way the send and return is on this unit nady should have made two 1/4" mono jacks instead the only use one stero 1/4" jack and you have to configure it through ring and tip. the unit also has very limited features. if you want to use this unit without a ub or analog mixer forget it. all in all i think you would be better off spending a little more money and getting a powered mixer that has more capabilities.

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Don't waste your time and money.

All I wanted to do was use this for a small voice amplification system in a small church and to record the sermons to a cassette via the tape outs. I now have a...Read complete review

All I wanted to do was use this for a small voice amplification system in a small church and to record the sermons to a cassette via the tape outs. I now have a system that gives me good sound through one speaker and sometimes I get a little sound through the other. As for being able to record, forget it. The tape outs are just for decoration and serve no useful purpose unless you like tapes full of background hiss. As for value, there is none if your just wasting your money. If you like to buy useless things that sit around and collect dust, this unit is the one to buy.

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1.0

BAD DEAL

By guitar_clayton10

from Arkansas

Comments about Nady MPM 4130 4-Channel Powered Mixer with DSP:

I played it for about 2 shows, the fuse blew. So naturally, I replace the fuse, every fuse I put in blows instantaneously. DON'T BUY!

 
4.0

Good for small quiet band

By UpperHandBand

from Wenatchee, WA

Comments about Nady MPM 4130 4-Channel Powered Mixer with DSP:

This is a good practice PA, i bought this and it's not all i thought it was, but give a good sound for how little the cost, have had mine for 6 months with No problems, and the only thing wrong is the power light that tells you when its on doesn't work, but everything else is good.

 
1.0

Do not purchase

By John M-3KY-N

from Houston, TX

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Comments about Nady MPM 4130 4-Channel Powered Mixer with DSP:

This mixer is awful. I purchased it about 15 months ago and after medium to light use it stopped working. I had it repaired and within 3 months of extremely light use it stopped working again. Save yourself the anguish and the money, do not purchase this mixer.

 
5.0

I wanted something basic for vocals.

By Pooch

from West Lafayette, IN

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Comments about Nady MPM 4130 4-Channel Powered Mixer with DSP:

I play for fun with some guys and we needed an inexpensive system for the vocals. These gave the most and was very reasonably priced. I have only used it a few times so far but the vocals sound really good.

 
1.0

DO NOT BUY!!!

By Gibson1984

from Los Angeles, CA

Comments about Nady MPM 4130 4-Channel Powered Mixer with DSP:

I got this mixer about 2 days ago, and the fuse blew on me after playing on it for about 20 minutes tops. What a waste of money, some people say it's a bargain for only 150 bux, but in my case I just wasted 150 bux on absolutely nothing. I'm returning it and getting a real mixer, if I could ever suggest anything to you guys I'd have to say DO NOT BUY!!!

 
4.0

A tip of advice

By Bassist101

from New Albany, IN

Comments about Nady MPM 4130 4-Channel Powered Mixer with DSP:

I think the biggest problem people have is that with a powered head like that, you almost have to put a fan behind it at a show or when using it. My brother was in a band and the guitarist had a really nice Behringer PA head and it used to cut out, A LOT! If any PA head has an AC/ power supply, I reccomend that you put a fan behind the head itself so that the air blows in through the airation holes (a.k.a vents).

 
4.0

noisy

By MIke-cNyMp

from Kearney, NE

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Comments about Nady MPM 4130 4-Channel Powered Mixer with DSP:

I like the digital delay and the mixing controls are pretty accurate and don't have sudden jumps in volume. but the little guy is very noisy; the crackle and hiss gets distracting at only half volume. I bought it mostly to practice with, but was hoping it would be able to hold its own for vocals at small jam sessions we have for my friends. It's not going to be able to cut it turned up that loud. On the plus side it does sound alright on low volume with all sorts of different instruments, mandolin to vocals to bass. for quiet practice I just use this for my keyboards (along with vocals) instead of a heavy keyboard combo.

 
2.0

Don't waste your time and money.

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Nady MPM 4130 4-Channel Powered Mixer with DSP:

All I wanted to do was use this for a small voice amplification system in a small church and to record the sermons to a cassette via the tape outs. I now have a system that gives me good sound through one speaker and sometimes I get a little sound through the other. As for being able to record, forget it. The tape outs are just for decoration and serve no useful purpose unless you like tapes full of background hiss. As for value, there is none if your just wasting your money. If you like to buy useless things that sit around and collect dust, this unit is the one to buy.

 
5.0

Does what it says...don't expect too much

By Todd Hayen-GyxOS

from USA

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Comments about Nady MPM 4130 4-Channel Powered Mixer with DSP:

Pretty nice system for the money. If you want something that will give you really loud sound, go with a brand like Yamaha, Behringer, or Peavey. But no doubt this will give you 130 watts of nice power. Very compact and cheap as well. Not able to be bridged or anything.

 
4.0

Great value for small venue

By Jazz Bat

from VA

Comments about Nady MPM 4130 4-Channel Powered Mixer with DSP:

I use this head with 4 10" (2 as monitors) in small, acoustic venues either with guitar/vocal or to reinforce 5 pc jazz ensemble and it works just fine. The delays are very useful with my vocal at the 120ms setting @ 50% and I use a guitar EFX unit for my guitar anyway. I think the problem with some people is they buy this thing and crank it up for their ROCK or HIP HOP/DJ thing and what do you expect? Buy a $2K PA if thats what ya want to do. This is a great PA if taken care of and used for what it was intended for. Appearance better in real life than photo. Inserts are much appreciated also. I bought the whole setup with stands and Nady speakers with my head and very happy with the whole thing. I use it with a larger PA as my monitor amp/speakers when needed too.

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