Peavey RQ2310 Mixer
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Comments about Peavey RQ2310 Mixer:
"The Peavey RQ2310 has a lot of features. In addition to the main left and right output, there are also faders for Monitor 1, Monitor 2, and mono out. I use this mixer with my keyboard and CD player in the choir loft and it gives me complete control of two JBL 15G2 speakers, which I am using for choir monitors. It's perfect for a choir that is using split track accompaniments. I use one of the monitor outputs to send a separate signal (pre fade-without EQ) to the front of house board where the sound man can mix the EQ for the sanctuary speakers independent of whatever I am doing with the monitors in the choir loft. The PFL button on each channel also makes it easy to set the gain of each channel for maximum headroom. For choir practice with split tracks, the Peavey RQ2310 easily mixes the accompaniment and demo tracks from a split-track CD or tape and lets me feed whatever levels of whichever track I need to use through left, right, or both monitors in the choir. This board also has a mute button on every channel, which makes it a snap to mute the vocal demo track as the choir is learning parts. There are separate RCA phono-type tape inputs, which can free up channels if you just want to play regular stereo CD�s or tapes. These RCA stereo inputs also have separate input level knobs to adjust the volume independently to both monitor outputs as well as the main left and right outputs. This Peavey RQ2310 is a very nice little mixer! It's 19 inches long, so I have to rest the back it on a folded down Manhasset music stand to support the weight (which is mostly in the back of the mixer). It is 16 and 1/2 inches wide and the front part of the mixer rests atop the left side of my motif es8 keyboard. It is a close fit, but not too close to be in the way of the controls on the left side of the keyboard. This great little mixer also has a sweepable midrange. If you looking for a small, full-featured mixer at a great price, I don't think you'll go wrong with this one. The Peavey 2310 is well built, transparently mixes signals for a terrific sound, and the knobs and controls are very smooth to operate. "
Peavey RQ2310 Mixer