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Re: Looping Mixer Recommendations

My rig, back in the day, revolved around Radio Design Labs mixers, and  
switchers and other such things for that matter.

This is because they are very very small but good quality and quiet.  
Most are about the size of two small wooden match boxes and do very  
specific things, like take in three mic inputs or two mic and one  
line, one might be just a noise gate, etc. They have one that's a 5  
channel mixer that's about the size of a large wooden match box.

The thing about these is that you wire them together yourself. Google  
it, you'll see what I mean.

Note, if you get more then one you probably want the one that sends  
power to others as well, otherwise you end up with a bunch of wall  
warts which defeats the space saving purpose of going this route to  
make a very small footprint rig.

On Oct 26, 2009, at 9:27 AM, Mark Hamburg wrote:

> I used to routinely use a Y cable to split the FX send from my mixer  
> to my Echoplexes. I was never sure, however, whether this did weird  
> things to the signal.
> Mark