#2
alright, wrong forum, go to the R&R one, but I donno why it matters, I'm sure it comes with a power cord. If you mean phantom power thats in volts and its usually 48.
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#4
No worries. I moved it into Riffs and Recordings.
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#5
It's a basic analog mixer...there's no wattage that can drive a speaker.
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#6
If you're needing it for a PA which I think is what you mean, you'd need to use Powered Speakers with it.
#7
He may not necessarily be referring to the wattage of which it amplifies, he might be talking about how much power it consumes, possibly in relation to whether he can run the mixer on the same circuit as his computer etc. but maybe I'm interpreting it wrong.
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