Henry Engineering SixMix Turns PC Into Studio

Connect a USB cable to a PC or laptop, and it’s ready to record, edit and play digital audio, making SixMix suitable for use with radio automation, digital production, news editing, webcasting or as a self-contained emergency studio.
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(click thumbnail)SixMix Audio ConsoleHenry Engineering is debuting SixMix, a compact USB broadcast audio console. The company describes it as the “missing link” that turns a PC or laptop computer into a complete broadcast studio.

SixMix is a 10-input, six-channel broadcast console about the size of a laptop computer. Henry Engineering says its most unique feature is its integral USB digital audio interface. Connect a USB cable to a PC or laptop, and it’s ready to record, edit and play digital audio, making SixMix suitable for use with radio automation, digital production, news editing, webcasting or as a self-contained emergency studio.

Other features include a cue bus with cue speaker; monitor system with mic-on muting; a mix-minus output; and guest headphone facilities with full talkback.

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