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Nady SRM-10X 10-Input Mixer
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The Nady SRM-10X Mixer is designed for numerous studio and stage applications, from keyboard and monitor mixing, to MIDI studio and video mixing. Ult...Click To Read More About This Product
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A versatile, useful, and very affordable small mixer.
The Nady SRM-10X Mixer is designed for numerous studio and stage applications, from keyboard and monitor mixing, to MIDI studio and video mixing. Ultralow noise mic preamps, full-spectrum frequency response, wide dynamic range with superior headroom, separate master mix, control and headphone outputs, pan pots on each mono channel and balance pots on stereo inputs, a high-strength steel casing, and superior construction for long life and reliability. The mixing console provides 2 mono channels with selectable phantom power and 4 stereo channels for a total of 10 discrete inputs. Also has stereo tape inputs.
- Ultralow noise mic preamps
- Full spectrum frequency response
- Wide dynamic range with superior headroom
- Separate master mix
- Control and headphone outputs
- Pan pots on each mono channel
- Balance pots on stereo inputs
- High-strength steel casing and superior construction for long life and reliability
- 2 mono channels with selectable phantom power
- 4 stereo channels
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Comments about Nady SRM-10X 10-Input Mixer:
Got one of these as a little satellite mixer, in novice, naive years past ... first, and worst of all, one of the channels has developed some crackling, as though some connection is dirty, tried cleaning the plugs with no luck. Secondly, it really cuts low frequencies. It doesn't take an audiophile to tell it's very much on the tinny side. I even boosted the low frequencies on the EQ, still doesn't make up for it. YMMV, as it should be pointed out that cheap electronics are cheap due partially to poor manufacturing tolerances.