The need to mix recorded music with line-level signals can occur in a variety of situations. You might need to mix vocals and/or instrumentals from one mixer with recorded music, then send it all to one channel on a PA, broadcast or recording mixer. In another case, you might need to be addressing a sales group or an aerobics class through a wireless microphone while combining it with recorded music, all through powered speakers. In these and other cases, a very small, simple mixer like the PowerMIX II is often the best solution.
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|Input Gain||32dB max (Ch.1) 20dB max (Ch.2)|
|Input Impedance||10K ohms (Ch.1) 20K ohms (Ch.2)|
|Input Connectors||1/4in Line In unbal. (Ch1) dual RCA Line In (Ch2)|
|Output Connectors||1/4in Line/Headphones, Dual RCA line-level outputs|
|Power Requirements||12V DC (Adapter included)|
|Dimensions||3.75x2.75x1.5 inches (95mmx70mmx38mm)|