Medha D.J. Plus Iron Sound Mixer ,Black
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- Digital Echo 20 - 400 m/s. Frequency 25 Hz - 25 KHz.
- Input Gain: - 50 dB to 6 dB gain range with overdrive indication. Output 0 dBm / 17 dBm (775mv / 5.5v)
- Equalization: Bass & Treble+ 5 dB. Controls: Gain, Eq., Pan, echo, Fader. Power Supply: AC 220V 50 Hz. Dimension: 290 (W) x 165(D) x 80 (H) mm. Weight: 2.00Kgs.(approx.)
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Description for Medha D.J. Plus Iron Sound Mixer ,Black
6 Channels Stereo Echo Mixer. Digital Echo 20 - 400 m/s. Frequency 25 Hz - 25 KHz. Input Gain: - 50 dB to 6 dB gain range with overdrive indication. Output 0 dBm / 17 dBm (775mv / 5.5v) Equalization: Bass & Treble+ 5 dB. Controls: Gain, Eq., Pan, echo, Fader. Power Supply: AC 220V 50 Hz. Dimension: 290 (W) x 165(D) x 80 (H) mm. Weight: 2.00Kgs.(approx.)
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And it works pretty reasonably. The basic 2 band EQ works, the delays works, gain-control works, volume works. However note that I've not tried the stereo function, and only with all mono outputs (so no panning). Also note that I've used a good quality Fender guitar combo speaker-amp (20W) as output, and it was pretty satisfactory. You need some basic knowledge of sound engineering to make decent use of this. Don't expect this to perform like professional mixers that cost more than 10x.