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Studiomaster 10-Channel Audio Mixer

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Studiomaster 10-Channel Audio Mixer

25.00

This is an oldie but a goodie. If you're looking for a small mixer to enhance your current setup, this might do the trick.

The Studiomaster Club2000 102 is a 10-channel soundboard with six mono inputs and two stereo inputs.
The mixer has comfortable volume sliders, instead of those tiny knobs that some cheaper soundboards use. The construction of the Club2000 is solid, with the unit weighing in at 11 1/2 pounds. It was clearly made for the real world where roadies drop equipment and soundmen spill beer.

This is an AC-powered mixer, so don't get any ideas about taking it into the field and using batteries. 

The mono inputs on the Club2000 have balanced XLR plugs. This allows you to use professional microphones with long cables that won't hum like cheaper unbalanced counterparts. The stereo inputs have 1/4-inch plugs that run balanced and unbalanced. These plugs have a locking toggle button that lets you switch between +4dB and -10dB. There are also a pair of stereo RCA jacks, that allows the mixer to receive a signal from home stereo equipment, the other to run the output of the mixer to a VCR or tape deck for live recording. 


Each mono input includes a three-band equalizer that allows you to tweak the sound of each channel. Each channel has a gain control, and a knob to control the strength of the auxiliary sends or the built-in effects processor. The mixer has a cool feature in the form of a button on each channel that lets you monitor the sound of that channel in your headphones. That way you can hear what each individual input sounds like, in case you are having trouble pinpointing an annoying hum or some random ambient sound bleeding into your sound track.

It's old, but still functional. Original MSRP was $630.

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