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ART USB Mix 3-Channel Mixer and USB Audio Interface

ART USB Mix 3-Channel Mixer and USB Audio Interface
Key Features
  • Compact Design
  • USB 2.0 Audio Interface
  • XLR-1/4" Combo Mic/Instrument/Line Input
  • 2 x 1/4" Line Inputs
The compact ART USB Mix is a 3-channel mixer and USB audio interface, ideal for home or mobile studios. The mixer has an XLR-1/4" combo jack input that can support mic, instrument, or line signals, allowing you to connect your favorite microphone or instrument. The input supplies condenser mics with 48V phantom power. There is also a a pair of 1/4" TRS inputs for stereo or mono line-level sources, ideal for connecting CD players, MP3 players, tape decks, and similar devices.
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Getting static and interference noise. When I unplug USB it stops?
Asked by: Dani
A comprehensive test of every device in your setup would need to be done to determine where the interference noise and static is coming from. You could be getting RFI (Radio Frequency Interference) through the computer or computer monitor. If the noise is a ground loop, you may try the EBTECH HUMX which filters out unwanted voltage and current in the ground line that cause ground loop hum, while simultaneously maintaining a solid, safe ground.
Answered by: James B.
Date published: 2018-08-28

When connected via USB, is this mixer selectable ...

When connected via USB, is this mixer selectable as an audio source in video software like OBS, Vmix, or Wirecast?
Asked by: Thomas
When connected to a computer via USB, this device would be selectable as an audio source into OBS.
Answered by: Daniel
Date published: 2020-09-22


Is it possible to use this product as an external sound card? Specifically, I'd like to use it to connect it to my computer through USB and use it to get sound from my computer to my studio monitors. Is this possible?
Asked by: Anonymous
You can use it as an external sound card, but you need a lot of gain reinforcement to get decent output levels. I had to get an active DI box to get the output signal up to pro levels. That set me back another $40. The ART USB Dual Pre has the same issue. ART just doesn't like making its USB interfaces too loud, it seems.ART markets the USB Mix as if it could be used as a standalone mixer, like Behringer's Xenyx 302USB. But, IMO, that isn't true. the 302USB is a LOT louder than the ART unit. It isn't even contest. It's worth mentioning, I think, that ART's ASIO driver works on both mixers.
Answered by: Bruce P.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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