#1
Hi guys.

I'm looking for a cheap mixer (4 track will do).

it needs to have phantom power and an XLR or jack output so that I can line it intro my audio interface.

Anyone have recommendations? Behringers are no good.
#2
I should also mention that I need them to record a stereo pair of condenser mikes... ie two mono signals that will mix down into a stereo track in pro tools.
#3
The Tapco by Mackie series used to be amazing little mixers that I think would definitely fit the bill, however I am not completely sure they are still in production.
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#4
If i was you i would search for some sort of mackie. Always good mixers!
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#5
Mackie makes great mixers
Yamaha MG series are what im currently using..I have the 10/2 which was new about a year and a half ago.

Both great brands to start out with but I still suggest the Mackie as the layout seems better IMO.
#6
tapcos are nice, mackies, i'm using an alesis USB 8 works pretty well.. paid about $150 for it.

Altos aren't bad in a pinch
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#7
The Mackie 1202 VLZ is a nice little mixer. It's nice and compact, and well built.
#8
^Ditto for that one too.
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