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Cerwin-Vega! Announces New Line of Mixers

April 12, 2012

Cerwin-Vega!® is introducing a line of professional audio mixers that are designed for live performance and recording applications. Available in 10, 12 or 16 channel versions, the new mixer range offers extensive features such as digital sound effects processing and USB input/output for laptop computer playback and recording. Built using premium-grade components that deliver precision audio performance, the mixers feature a commercial-grade metal housing for reliability and longevity. The mixers’ clear markings and color-coordinated knobs also allow for intuitive operation, including fast adjustment and easy operation in low-light situations.

With professional studio quality microphone inputs, dedicated gain controls and switchable phantom power, the new CV Mixers accommodate virtually any microphone. The INSERT, AUX and EFX sends allow connection to external dynamics, equalization and effects units giving a high level of customization. The peak LED indicator allows a user to check on the signal input of each channel. The mixers 
also feature TAPE IN and REC OUT RCA jacks, which enable users to directly connect to a CD/MP3 player or an audio recorder.

All three models of the CV Mixers feature four stereo line inputs and a MAIN L/R quarter-inch balanced TRS jack output. The 10-channel version also includes two mono line inputs and four XLR microphone inputs; the 12-channel model has four mono line inputs and six XLR inputs and the 16-channel mixer features eight mono line and 10 XLR microphone inputs. The 12- and 16-channel mixers also include a balanced XLR output and balanced sub group with alternate quarter-inch TRS output.

For additional information on all Cerwin-Vega! products, please visit us online at www.cerwin-vega.com

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