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Soundcraft GigRac 300 Powered Mixer
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The Soundcraft GigRac 300 8-Channel Powered Mixer is easy to move, easy to set up, and has impeccable Soundcraft-quality sonics. Perfect for solo per...Click To Read More About This Product
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Superb sonics in an ergonomic, compact package.
The Soundcraft GigRac 300 8-Channel Powered Mixer is easy to move, easy to set up, and has impeccable Soundcraft-quality sonics. Perfect for solo performers or small groups. Eight channels with high-quality preamps and 2-band EQ, 300W of power, 7-band BSS-made graphic equalizer for overall sound tweaking, and a selection of preset digital effects to give you major stage presence. It also has CD inputs for playing music while you're on break. Housed in a sleek-looking package that you can carry over your shoulder. Visit us online for the full GigRac story!
- 8 main channels
- 2-band channel EQs
- High-quality preamps
- 7-band BSS Audio graphic equalizer
- 300W power into 4 ohms
- RCA record outs
- Speakon speaker connectors
- RCA inputs for CD player
- 15-1/2"W x 7"H x 10-1/3"D
If a small system is all you need, the GigRac is a great way to go. Order today.
GigRac 300 Powered Mixer
- EIN 150 ohms 20-22khz (Ch1 - Ch4): -123dBu
EIN 150 ohms 20-22khz (Ch5 - Ch6): -123dBu
Main out (Level control mid): -78dBu
Mon out (Level control mid): -80dBu
Amp out: -57dBu
Main cutoff: -80 dB
Mon cutoff: -80 dB
20-22kHz rel 1kHz Line in to Main out: +0.2/-2.6 X dB
Mic i/p -20dB Pad 0dBu I/P at Main out (22Hz-22kHz): 0.15%
Mic i/p to Amp Out @ full power (22-22kHz): 0.15%
Inputs Ch1 - Ch4
Mic Input Impedance: 5.5 Kohms
Line Input Impedance: 30 Kohms
Max Input Mic ( 20dB pad): -3.5dBu
Max Input Line (20dB pad): 10dBu
Max Mic gain to main out: 60dBu
Inputs Ch5 - Ch8
Mic Input Impedance: 2.4 Kohms
Line Input Impedance: 40 Kohms
Max Input Mic: -18 dBu
Max Input Line: 3 dBu
Max Mic gain to main out: 50 dBu
Max out main/mon: 18dBu
Gigrac 300: 300W ref 4 ohms
Gigrac 600: 2 x 300W ref 4 ohms
Mic: Balanced XLR combi connectors
All Jacks: 3 - pole 1/4"
Line: Jack/combi connectors/RCA phono
FX bus: Jack
Submix in: Jack
Main out: Jack
Mon out: Jack
Record out: RCA phono
Dimensions: 15-1/2"W x 7"H x 10-1/3"D
Weight: 25.3 lbs.
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First of all let me tell you why I bought this in the first place.I play every week end in a midi sequenced duo.I play guitar and keys and my partner plays drums.For the past 10 years I have been using a rolling rack case with a Mackie 12 channel board and a rack of effects and sound modules.This rack of mine (with two QSC amps) has worked great for many years, but I am getting tired of lugging that rack up and down stairs.Along comes this Gigrac.It looks promising.Soundcraft is a good name and has a history of quality products. The price is very reasonable..let's give it a try.Well to my great surprise it has worked excellently.The internal effects are very nice,it has all of the inputs I need including two nice sets of RCA plugs that are actually line level.Since I got the Gigrac I have left rack in my van even in larger rooms.When I need more power I bring out another set of speakers and one of QSC amps and plug out of the additional main outs.The Gigrac is really quiet,clean and relatively light.
I've used it lots for my solo/duo Gigs in "shouty" bars and wineries and breweries, I find it so very easy to set up with very little tweeking from "standard settigs" (all EQ's on zero, factory setup), I use condenser mikes for vocals/guitar and fiddle too. "condenser mikes are the best thing ever". The Gigrac 300 handles everything fine and dandy. My speakers arent anything special and I thought they were getting worn, was gonna replace them too, but the sound from the Gigrac 300 is a clean sound and makes my old speakers sound crisp and fresh, even on outside gigs. Overall I realy like this PA amp, the crrying strap is a great idea and makes for one less trip back out to the car when setting up. Gigrac do a 600 and a 1000 watt version of this unit, they must be very loud, as this 300 Gigrac is plenty loud enough for my musical work, rarely does the master volume get above two thirds of it whole travel.Get one and live longer with low stress, easy setups.
Compared to other powered mixers in this price range, Gigrac 300 has a solid, quality feel. The EQ is musical, not harsh. The front panel cover protects knobs during transport and keeps junk from getting into the inputs. Louder and punchier than other mixers with only 100 watts. I use it with Kustom 15" cabs mostly for rehearsals and run everything through it...guitars, bass, vocals, synth. Great sound for low bucks.