New Unit Audio 16 x 2 summing mixer
Unit Audio launched a new version of its Unit 16 x 2 compact summing boxes with panning option.
With this new version, Unit Audio responds to customers who asked for a 16 x 2 model that could offer the same possibilities of pan control as the Micro-Unit 8 x 2 unit.
You can then use the two pan switches to move channels 1 and 2 to mono (center), full left (channel 1) or full right (channel 2) configuration.
The summing box is hand-wired in point-to-point in Nashville, USA and uses Neutrik XLR or 1/4” TRS connectors. Pricing is $349 for the TRS version and $385 for the XLR model. More info at www.unitaudio.com.
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