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- Samson TXM20 – This is a 20-channel powered mixer, with selectable power amp mode settings for 500 watts of power per channel, or 1,000 watts in bridged (mono) mode. It features 12 high-quality microphone preamps with phantom power, channel inserts, and low cut filters along with 1/4-inch phone and Speakon outputs, 3-band EQ pre channel, four Aux sends, and dual internal 24-bit effects processor with 100 preset programs. There is one stereo 9-band graphic EQ for the mains plus one mono 9-band graphic EQ for the monitors, and a mono sub output with variable low-pass filter. Equally suited for gigging musicians or in fixed installations, the TMX20 is a great affordable, all-around live mixer. Also available in a 16-channel version, the TXM16.
- Numark DM1002mkII – This hot, new DJ mixer packs a lot of functionality in an affordable package. Each of the channels on the DM1002mkII contain PFL gain, transform buttons, 3-band rotary EQ with -30dB EQ cuts, and -35dB kill switches for bass, mid, and treble. Since crossfaders take a major amount of punishment, Numark’s sturdy crossfader unit is totally replaceable. It also features slope and reverse control. You get all the functionality right where you need it on the 2-channel Numark DM1002mkII for an incredibly low price!
- Vox AC50CP2 – This combo is a high-gain departure from the company’s legendary “chiming” tube amps (though that trademark sound is available if you want it). It’s capable of going from pristine clean to scorching hot high-gain and comes fully loaded with a pair of Vox Custom GSH-1230 speakers. Features include dual switchable channels, 50-watt output from an EL34-equipped power section, DI output, and separate EQ for each channel. You’ll find a fire-breather inside the classic package of the Vox AC50CP2 Classic Plus. Channel 1 offers all the classic sounds of the legendary Vox AC30, while Channel 2 offers a lead channel boasting Vox’s highest gain and most aggressive tone to-date.