New Harbinger LvL compact mixers
Harbinger Audio introduces three new ultra compact analog mixers for small bands, solo musicians and broadcasters.
The new Harbinger Audio LvL Series features three 5, 8 and 12-channel mixers, all equipped with mic preamps, phantom power, EQs, LED peak and level meters per channel and main 5-segment LED meter. Headphone outputs and RCA inputs are also available on every mixer.
Smallest version of the series, the L502 features a single iMic microphone preamp with XLR and input jack, two 1/4” stereo inputs, an LVL Series 2-band EQ and a Tape in routing option. This model is available for the US street price of $49.99.
The L802 is the middle-range version with a street price of $64.99. This mixer features two XLR mic inputs and 1/4” jack inputs, two 1/4” stereo inputs with sensitivity selection between +4 and -10dB, an LvL 3-band EQ, the same Tape in routing as on the L502, Main and Control Room outputs as well as an aux send/return.
Last, bigger bands can choose the L1202FX and its four XLR mic preamps and balanced/unbalanced TRS line inputs, four 1/4” stereo inputs with +4 / -10dB sensitivity options, 75Hz high-pass filters on each mic input, aux send/return and digital effect including a tap tempo delay. This model also features a full-size master fader. US pricing is $109.99.
More info about these new Harbinger Audio LvL mixers at harbingerproaudio.com.
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