PYLE - 8-Channel 800 Watts Powered Mixer w/MP3 Input - Black

This is Pyle's PMX802M. It's an 8-channel powered mixer that's perfect on stage or in the studio. This mixer has 8 independent inputs that take XLR or quarter-inch jack inputs, balanced or unbalanced. Plug in your microphones, guitars, synthesizers - you name it. Everything works with this mixer. It can even provide 15 volts of phantom power on the XLR pre-amp inputs, so you can truly sound like a pro. Each input also has an independent gain, bass, treble, and reverb controls. The PMX802M is also equipped with a 5 band equalizer for total control over your sound. There's a USB input on the front to play MP3s from a USB stick. You can easily navigate through your files using the front-panel controls. The two quarter-inch, 8-ohm output jacks are located on the back, as is a set of stereo RCA jacks for output to a recording device. You can also plug in a set of stereo RCA jacks from another music player like a CD player or iPod to channel your music through the mixer.

8-Channel 800 Watts Powered Mixer w/MP3 Input
$138.54
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Features


Height: 7.9"

Width: 20.3"

Depth: 12.0"

Additional Information:

  • Master output: 800 Watts 4 Ohms
  • With USB 2.0 Terminal and MP3 LCD Display
  • 5-Band graphic equalizer
  • Each channel tone control
  • Effect control
  • TAPE input, REC output
  • Channel ton

Green Compliant: Yes

Green Compliance Certificate/Authority: WEEE

Limited Warranty: 1 Year


Overall customer rating

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100%
would recommend to a friend
  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    great for live bands

    Posted
    halman
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    very pleased played out live in a large bar the sound really delivered crisp and clear very happy and good price

    I would recommend this to a friend



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