#1
I recently have been given a Micro 41, 4 channel mixer by Univox from a friend of mine. The only problem is I don't have a clue what it really is or does. If someone could help me out on this, that would be great.
#2
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google it
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#3
Don't be fooled, although I may appear to be a complete retard of the internet I have googled it...many times
I came here trying to find someone who actually knows about it, as google does not
#4
Oh okay, well then give me a few minutes to explain it, i had a music tech class this year and we learned about them a little.

btw it's probably going to be useless to you

EDIT: wow, that thing looks weird, im used to mixers more like this http://www.synthtopia.com/content/wp-content/uploads/2007/01/alesis-multimix-2-mixer.jpg
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#5
Okay well from looking at that it looks like you can take 4 TRS cables and plug them into it and come out with one cable, therefore mixing the whole signal together. Okay this picture of the front http://www.univox.org/pics/effects/micro41.jpg isn't that great but i think i can make out what most of it does. The blue switch looks like a master fader, basically a mastervolume, and then the bottom 4 labelled 1, 2, 3, and 4 look like they are individual faders for each input. Say you have a 2 guitars but one is to loud you could turn the fader down on that. And i can't tell what the middle one does, sorry if this isn't helping out to much that things confusing.
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#6
^ I am wet is correct from what I can see. I can't tell what the top row of switches does though. Plug in your guitars/mics/bass, and output to a PA, set the volume for each one using the lower row of switches, set the master volume.
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#7
Yes the middle row is just for "Tone", controlling the basic treble and bass of the instruments I think
And this thing seems pretty ancient as well, so is it just used for playing live through one PA or is it used in recording or what?
#8
the middle row of sliders says tone, so i am assuming its a tone control. slider up should accentuate the highs (thats the H) and slider down is going to accentuate the lows (the L would indicate this). now, how the tone control works is another question entirely. it could be like a guitar's tone control and be basicly a simple low pass filter. turn it down and it cuts out the highs. hopefully its better than that and slider up actually boosts the highs/cuts lows and slider down boosts the lows/cuts the highs, instead of just cutting one way or the other.