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I just got this Fifine 4 input compact audio/sound mixer for my projects and I am pleased with the quality and how it was well constructed. The case is made of metal just like the other professional channel mixer and it has feel of a weight to it. It is plug and play easy to use with no driver is required and works on both Mac and PC and this does not require any power supply because it is USB powered which is convenient. The mixer supports 4 channel and it allows both XLR and 3.5 mm jacks so it flexible in case you don’t have the right jack for the input device no matter if it is a mic or musical instrument. For what I intended this to use for it works great and I am satisfied with the audio quality.

With its built in 3 band equalizer I could be able to do the sound adjustment for better toning and also this has built in sound card which I could connect it directly to my powered speakers.

Here are the pros.

  • Compact and easy to use. Simply plug and play.
  • Great sound quality and full control with the input volume.
  • Built in sound card and 3 band EQ.
  • Built in +48V phantom power for studio condenser mics which is a big plus. Usually the phantom power supply runs around $20 bucks so with this you don’t have to get one if you have a condenser mic.
  • USB powered. No need for DC power adapter.
  • Compatible with Windows and Mac.
  • Great value

I don’t have any cons for this USB mixer.

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Overall, this USB mixer did works great and I can easily control and mix sounds from my different music instruments and I would say this is a great solution for podcasting or any sort of sound recording for a small studio. I think the price is reasonable for its features. I would rate this 5 out of 5  stars.

The price is $69.99 at Amazon with Free shipping.

http://amzn.to/2ejfizY

 

 

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