Soundcraft GB4 24 Console

24-channel Live FOH/Monitor Mixer with 4-band EQs on Each Channel and 8 Aux Sends
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An Amazing, Value-packed Live Mixer!

If you're looking for a reliable 24-channel live mixing console for your touring rig or installation, you'll definitely want to check out the Soundcraft GB4-24. Loaded with the features and flexibility you'd expect from a reputable high-end mixer manufacturer like Soundcraft, the GB4 performs well above its modest price point. For one thing, each of the GB4's mono channels features one of Soundcraft's GB30 microphone preamps and 4-band equalizers. These preamps were a real hit when Soundcraft co-founder, Graham Blyth, presented them at Soundcraft's 30th anniversary, and they've continue to astound sound engineers ever since.

The GB4 mixing console also features an easy to navigate layout, including a sloping rear connector panel that provides you with easy access, even from the front of the desk. One of the things that really sets the GB4 apart from other mixers in its price point is its dual mode functionality, which allows you to assign either the aux sends or groups to linear faders, allowing the GB4 to act as either a front of house mixing console or a monitor mixer. Another professional feature is an integral power supply that includes a link option for an external back-up PSU. Considering its expansive feature set, modest footprint, and amazing low price, we're sure you'll agree that the GB4-24 mixer is a truly tempting option for your live sound system.

Soundcraft GB4-24 24-channel Analog Mixing Console Features at a Glance:
  • Design style based on the MH console series
  • 24 x mono input channels with GB30 microphone preamps and 4-band GB30 EQ section
  • Direct outputs on every mono channel
  • GB30 preamps and EQ designed by Soundcraft co-founder Graham Blyth (based on the MH3 and MH4 consoles)
  • Dual-mode operation allows configuration as either a FOH or monitor mixer, at the touch of a button
  • 7 x busses (4 subgroups plus left, right, and center main mixes)
  • 8 x auxiliary sends with flexible pre/post switching
  • 4 x mute groups
  • A 7-x-4 matrix allows 4 separate sub-mixes of left, right, center and group outputs
  • 4 segment LED's on each output and 12 segment output meters
  • Internal power supply with external PSU link option
Affordable, portable, and versatile, the Soundcraft GB-24 24-channel live sound mixer is a great choice!

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Tech Specs

Type Analog
Channels 28 (24 x Mono, 4 x Stereo)
Inputs - Mic Preamps 24 x XLR (CH 1-24), 4 x XLR, 1/4" (Stereo Channels)
Inputs - Line 24 x 1/4" (CH 1-24), 4 x 1/4" (Stereo Channels)
Outputs - Main 2 x XLR (Main), 1 x XLR (Center)
Outputs - Direct 24 x 1/4" (CH 1-24)
Outputs - Other 2 x RCA (Rec/Alt), 2 x 1/4" (Rec/Alt), 4 x XLR (Group), 4 x 1/4" (MTX)
Send/Return I/O 8 x 1/4" (Aux), 4 x 1/4" (Return)
Phantom Power 28
EQ Bands 4-band, Sweepable Hi-Mid, Low-Mid (CH 1-24), 4-band (Stereo Channels)
Aux Sends 4 x Pre, 4 x Pre/Post
Busses/Groups 4 x Groups
Faders 33 x 100mm
Channel Inserts Yes (CH 1-24), 4 x 1/4" (Group), 2 x 1/4 (Main), 1 x 1/4" (Center)
Talkback Yes
Height 6.26"
Width 41.89"
Depth 25.83"
Weight 59.5 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number RW5691SM

Customer Reviews

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Packs a powerful punch in sound.

The Soundcraft GB4 24 console worked as advertised and was pretty simple to install for the price that it was. There were no glitches from start to finish with this console. As a sound engineer for a church in Brooklyn, New York, having the best quality sound system possible is crucial in today’s ever so changing technology. I was so glad to finally replace the old Soundcraft Delta 200 24 channel mixing console that the church been using since 1996. The Sound was so clear in quality and sensitive at times while the new sound was adjusting to the acoustics in the room but just got to work out a few miner kinks on that. It’s a great board and I would definitely recommend other sound engineers to at least try this out!
Music background: Sound Engineer


At my church we changed out our old Mackie digital TT24 for this guy. The sound was night and day. I first just plugged in my iphone to test everything and the bottom end was so much bigger right away. I got the band all sound checked and sounding great quickly. Very musical eq's. I've worked on a lot of big high end consoles before and this one sounds pretty darn good. The features, sound, and flexibility of this console are pretty astounding for the price.
Music background: Studio Owner, Live Sound Engineer, Musician

Soundcraft GB4

I am not sure why this mixer is not getting the attention it deserves. This board was almost $4000 just a few short months ago, so when I went looking for a new console for an install was shocked to see it at $2000.00. When I actually got it i was stunned at how much mixer this is compared to Allen Heath or Mackie in this price range. First this thing is a solid build and weighs in pretty hefty compared to the comparable priced mixers mentioned previously, of which I have purchsed both.. Sound quality is great, has 8 auxes...not six, a great matrix system, two stereo channels for media. This thing oozes quality and has a pro vibe. Look we can get into nuances of mixers in this range, and why you need a midas venise or some other nonsense. The fact is a mixer like this will be used either in a small club or church setting with 200 to 600 people and with speaker systems and processors that are hit or miss.There are so many variables in a live setting that to insist on mixers costing 2 to 4 times this one is just foolish. Especially when you hear this thing. I think the formentioned mixers are fine products but they will have to do something extreme to meet the quality of this thing. If you got $2000.00 in your budget for a mixer, for me there is no other choice in fact i am getting one more for another install.,
Music background: Sound Engineer, Musician

Must Buy!

This mixer is an excellent buy! I recently upgraded from an older Peavey 24 Channel Mixer and it works just as well. The only issue was not having an internal Effects. The fix was simple...I just added an Effects unit for under $50.
Music background: Sound Engineer
See also: soundboard, Soundcraft, Soundcraft Analog Mixers