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Nady MM-242 4 Stereo/8 Mono Channel Mini Mixer with mono/stereo mode, ¼” Inputs and outputs – battery powered, or use optional AC adapter
- Eight mono ¼” inputs with individual volume control and two ¼” outputs with Master Volume Controls.
- Two modes of operation: In stereo mode, 4 inputs (A1 through A4) are routed to output A, while the other 4 inputs (B1 through B4) are routed to output B. In mono mode, all 8 inputs are summed to both outputs, still with separate master volume control
- Heavy-Duty Steel Construction with smooth-turn, ultra-stable pots and high-quality jacks. Compact design is easily portable with 9V battery operation
- Up to 25dB of gain and professional audio quality: S/N ratio of 95dB and frequency response from 20Hz to 30kHz. Peak LEDs facilitate proper gain adjustment
- 9VDC powered with either 9V alkaline battery or optional PAD-1 AC/DC external adapter
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Dozens of applications for this extremely useful mixer at a very affordable price
The Nady MM-242 allows you to easily combine mono or stereo signals together and adjust their relative volumes. Ideal for DJ equipment, synths and guitar rigs, studio, stage, the MM-242 is a great tool to have around everywhere. Mono/stereo mode selector switch determines whether all 8 inputs are mixed to both 1/4" outputs or are preserved as stereo signals, so you have greater flexibility and mixing options. Connect the ¼” outputs of this little workhorse directly to your PA or recording device for ultra-clean audio. Eliminate the need for bulkier, more expensive mixers, and take the MM-242 anywhere with you with its 9VDC operation using either a 9V alkaline battery or the optional PAD-1 AC/DC external adapter.
Input Impedance: 50kΩ
Output Impedance: 120Ω
Maximum Output: +7dBm
Frequency Response: 20Hz-30kHz
Noise Floor: 120uV
Inputs/Outputs: 1/4” unbalanced
Peak LEDs: light 3dB before clipping
Current Drain: 19mA
9V Battery Life: up to 35 hours
Power Requirements: 9V battery or optional PAD-1 AC/DC adapter
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UPDATE: Try to pad input signal as much as possible. It doesn't distort at the output section. Can be a very convenient little unit. The power adapter you'll need is a 9v 500mA with a 5.5mm x 2.5mm plug / tip / connector. Most DC power suppliers with this output, such as guitar pedal power supplies, have 5.5mm x 2.1mm connectors. If you have one lying around, just buy this adapter: OMNIHIL Replacement Adapter Plug Converter 5.5mm x 2.1mm Female Plug to 5.5mm x2.5mm Male Plug
It seems solidly built -- sturdy, made of metal, a little heavier than I expected for its size, with smooth-moving knobs. I haven't had it long but by the feel expect it to last. (I'll update my review if not.)
Prior to getting the Nady we used an old mini-mixer but it didn't have volume adjustments for each input, which is why I bought the Nady. That feature is very handy, and it lets us compensate for the varying input levels from mics, guitars, and keyboard -- it was a big improvement. I also like that it can be battery-powered so we don't need another cord or outlet. And it has an "on" light -- our old mini-mixer didn't so it was easy to forget to turn it off.
Some reviewers, especially at some music websites, complained about the Nady's noise level under AC power. I can't address that as we only use it on battery, but in that mode noise is not a problem at all. We get more white noise from our amp; the Nady didn't add any that we could notice.
Prior to purchase I researched at a lot of small mixers online. Many seemed to be higher quality and at higher cost, but either they didn't have as many inputs, or they didn't have individual volume controls, and/or they required AC power. That's why I decided on the Nady. I'm glad I did. So far it's everything we wanted at a good price. I'm very pleased with the purchase.
I've been using the mixer for two months and am very satisfied with it. I use it exclusively in mono mode because we generally feed six inputs to it (mostly microphones) and it works great. I still like the individual volume controls.
I've had no problem with added noise. Some of my input gains are set to maximum, and the output volume is usually between 6 - 8 (out of 10), and there's no appreciable noise. As I said previously we power it only by battery so results could differ with a power adapter.
Speaking of battery, the first 9v I put in lasted two months, using it about five hours once a week. Figure 40 hours or so. That's with 4 - 6 inputs and gains/volume on the high side. One minor issue: the "on" light stayed lit even after the battery was too weak to function properly. We were performing for a small group and suddenly our mics lost almost all volume. The Nady power light looked normal so at first I thought it was a loose cable. After eliminating other issues I replaced the battery everything worked fine.
I'm careful with equipment so it's been handled gently, but it feels sturdy and expect it to last a long time.