#1
Sorry this is probably wrong forum but I didin't figure out in which should I post this.

So, our band has currently one speaker for vocals (called monitor I think?). We'd like to have mixer to use two microphones. Could you recommend any inexpensive two-> channel mixers? Thank you.
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#3
if your mics have 1/4 inch jacks then you could buy one from maplins for like £20 with control over just the volume of each track, if your from the uk
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#4
No, our mics have, ermm, mic-jacks, you know. And I live in Finland.
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#5
Just for reference, those "mic-jacks" are called XLR, and a monitor is a speaker on stage pointed towards you for you guys to hear yourselves (and is normally controlled by a seperate monitor-mixer). As for what two channel mixer to get, I can't help you there.
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