Shure SCM 262 Stereo Microphone Mixer

8-channel automatic stereo line mixer with Intellimix mic activation system
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A Tailor-made Mixer for Smaller Installations

The Shure SCM262 Stereo Microphone Mixer is perfect for installations such as corporate or restaurant settings, where ease of use and dependability are paramount. The SCM262 is a handy automatic mixer featuring Shure's patented IntelliMix, which activates only microphones being addressed, optimizing sound quality with minimum effort. For smaller environments with installed sound applications, the SCM262 is a great fit.

Shure SCM262 Stereo Microphone Mixer at a Glance:

  • Simple operation
  • Perfect for smaller installations
  • compact and dependable

Easy to use
The Shure SCM262 lets you integrate your microphones and musical playback equipment with a minimum of effort. Shure's IntelliMix technology does the mixing for you, allowing only mics in use to be activated -- minimizing poor audio quality caused by multiple open mics.

Select features for smaller venues
Smaller environments like restaurants, classrooms and corporate training sites have their own specific sound-reinforcement needs. The Shure SCM262 is ideal for these rooms with its defeatable ducking and jukebox mute features, as well as active balanced XLR mic and 1/4-inch TRS line input channels.

Shure dependability in a compact package
Shure is renowned for dependable, high-quality products that receive lots of everyday use, and the SCM262 is no exception. In addition to its flexible XLR and TRS input channels, the compact Shure SCM262 includes three stereo input channels, one unbalanced stereo output, a balanced stereo mic/line output, and 12V phantom power for condenser microphones...all in a half-rack chassis!

Shure SCM262 Stereo Microphone Mixer Features:
  • Defeatable ducking
  • Jukebox mute
  • One active balanced XLR mic input channel
  • One active balanced XLR mic and 1/4 inch TRS line input channel
  • Three stereo input channels (Six phono connectors)
  • One unbalanced stereo output (Two phono connectors)
  • One balanced stereo mic/line output (Two 1/4 inch TRS connectors)
  • 12V phantom power for condenser microphones
  • Half-rack chassis
The Shure SCM262 is just the right amout of mixer!

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Tech Specs

Type Analog
Channels 2 Mono, 3 Stereo In/Stereo Out
Inputs - Mic Preamps 2 x XLR
Inputs - Line 1 x 1/4" (Mono), 6 x RCA (3 x Stereo)
Outputs - Main 2 x 1/4"
Outputs - Other 2 x RCA (Aux)
Phantom Power 2 Channels
EQ Bands Treble, Bass
Rackmountable Yes
Height 1.72"
Width 8.6"
Depth 6.37"
Weight 2.31 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number SCM262

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Amazing Quality

I needed a keyboard sub-mixer for small gigs and I was very suprised about it´s quality. For big gigs I use a Soundcraft mixer, in earlier days I had some Mackie mixers as well - so I know how this stuff sounds like. But this little Shure mixer really got me by surprise. It has great preamps that seem to be much better than the standard quality of Soundcraft and Mackie. And it is built like a tank. On the downside it is lacking some features. There are no LED meters, there´s no aux-bus for effx, an EQ for the individual channels and no on/off switch. But in the end if you think it over, do you really need those features? If not, this could be a very good choice as the sound quality is really awesome.
Music background: Prof. pianist and keyboardist
See also: soundboard, Shure, Shure Analog Mixers