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TAPCO introduced a new family of low cost, entry-level mixers designed for the audio novice or music hobbyist at the Musikmesse show. The new TAPCO Mix Series includes the Mix 50, Mix 60, Mix 100, Mix 120 compact mixers, and two compact effects mixers, the Mix 220fx and Mix 260fx. All models feature a unique rugged metal chassis that allows for portability and a long lifespan and an intuitive layout that provides easy access to all controls.
The Mix 50 is a five-channel mixer, featuring one mic/line input and two stereo line inputs, a two-band EQ, tape inputs and outputs, and a four-segment LED meter. The Mix 60 is a six-channel mixer that includes two mic/line inputs and two stereo line inputs, a three band EQ on every channel, 48v Phantom power and a four-segment LED meter. The Mix 100 is a 10-channel mixer that features two mic/line inputs, four stereo line inputs, one aux send, three band EQ on every channel and 48v Phantom power. Finally, the Mix 120 is a 12-channel mixer that features four mic/line inputs with four stereo line inputs, control room outputs, one aux send, a three band EQ on every channel and 48v Phantom power.
The Mix 50 has a manufacturer's suggested retail price of 59 Euros, the Mix 60 is priced at 79 Euros, the Mix 100 is 89 Euros, and the Mix 120 is priced at 119 Euros.
The Mix 220fx is an eight-channel mixer that is equipped with four mic/line inputs and two stereo line inputs, a three band EQ on every channel, 60mm faders, and a built-in effects package featuring 256 presets, a bypass and bypass footswitch, and a built-in power supply.
The larger Mix 260fx is a 12-channel mixer that features four mic/line inputs with inserts, four stereo line inputs, a three band EQ on every channel, 60 mm faders, a built-in 20-bit effects package featuring 256 presets.
The Mix 220fx has a manufacturer's suggested retail price of 259 Euros and the Mix 260fx is priced at 299 Euros. All Mix Series units will be available late Q2, 2005.
For more information, visit their web site at www.tapcogear.com