Buy DENON DN-408X 8 Channel Pro FX USB Live Event or Home Studio Audio Mixer Review

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Condition:

New: A brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging (where packaging is
Brand:

DENON

MPN:

DN-408X

Analog/Digital: Analog
Model:

DN-408X

Powered/Non-Powered: Non-Powered
Country/Region of Manufacture: United States Suited For: Stage/Live Sound
Number of Mic/Preamp Inputs: 5 Features: 3-Band Equalizer, Fader-Type Control, Graphic Equalizer, Phantom Power, Send/Return
Number of Phono Inputs: 2 Inputs/Outputs: XLR Out, Neutrik Out, Analog XLR In, RCA In (AES3), TRS 6.35mm (1/4in.) In
Number of Buses: 2 Number of Channels: 8
Type: Microphone Mixer Number of Line Inputs: 8
UPC:

694318017531

DENON DN-408X 8 Channel Pro FX USB Live Event or Home Studio Audio Mixer

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