Speck Electronics announces second generation of Xtramix

The new Xtramix X6 boasts 20 stereo input channels, 8 group masters and 4 stereo aux returns.

Produced between 1992 and 2011, the first Xtramix was a line mixer designed especially for keyboard session players. After eight years Speck Electronics has announced a new model: Xtramix X6. The new Xtramix generation boasts plenty of input and output routing power, a compact design and a high performance analog signal path.

The Xtramix X6 can be used to connect analog outboard of any type, interface to AD/DA converters and any synth or sampler, thanks to his high headroom that will handle balanced signals up to +28dBu. With 130+ connectors, 20 stereo inputs, 8 groups, stereo mix, 4 aux sends, and 4 stereo aux returns, all packed in a 4-rack unit, Xtramix X6 features a complete mixing console in very little space.

Info: Speck Electronics