Our Top Choice
Behringer X32 Mixer
Behringer is known to manufacture audio mixers you would do anything to own, what with its Midas programmable preamps on each input channel and friendly user interface.
Powerful. Multiple iPads connectable. Simple Scene navigation controls. Simple layout.
No input pad
7.9 x 35.4 x 20.8 inches/45.4lbs
25 motorized faders
Rane Sixty-Two Performance Mixer
Rane brought turntablism to life, enabling it to be more creative than ever as showcased in the creativity that went into the innovation of the Sixty-Two Mixer.
Improved cue buttons. Dual USB ports. Backlit controls
No intuitive FX controls
Analog and digital
20 x 17 x 9 inches / 15lbs
2-deck digital vinyl simulation
Pioneer Audio/Video Mixer
Pioneer has hit the market with a bang with the SVM-1000, thanks to its audio and video synchronization that connects up to four sources at once.
Mixes 4 videos at once. Touch screen. Can apply effects to both audio and video at once. Can beam out any jpeg picture.
Takes time to learn the controls.
21.1 x 24.2 x 12.7 inches/30lbs
4 full stereo channels
Peavey Digital Powered Audio Mixer
Peavey is renowned for using innovative technology. This is evident with their XR 8600 Audio Mixer, with dual 7-band EQ 600 watt amplifiers and digital effects.
Digital effects. Smart cabinet design. An all-in-one mixer. Easy operation. Dependable sound
Troublesome channels sometimes
5 x 1.5 x 1.5 inches/31lbs
48 Phantom power
Mackie ProFX12 Digital Mixer
For solo performers, smaller performing arts or small venues that do not have the space of budget for a whole lot of outboard gear, the PROFX12 is a perfect fit.
Ideal for live performance. Serviceable LED indicators. High quality mic preamps.
High-pitched whine from the USB
14 x 3.6 x 14.5 inches/ 9lbs