8-Channel Wireless Audio Mixer,Professional DJ Equipment, Console with Bluetooth USB, DJ Mixer with Effects, Sound Board with

(4 customer reviews)



  • Our powered mixer has complete functions and can be connected with various electronic equipment,which is suitable for family KTV, band performances, campus activities, conferences and other occasions.Audio supports wired/wireless/condenser microphone/instrument connection, suitable, with 6 music modes.
  • The recording mixer has LED indicator lights and rotary adjustment knobs for user convenience.
  • Equivalent input noise -122dbu, residual output noise < -90dbu.
  •  If you have any questions when using our Bluetooth mixer, please feel free to contact us, our professional team will provide you with perfect after-sales service within 24 hours.

Additional information

Weight 4.6 kg
Dimensions 43.1 × 11.61 cm
Item Weight

‎4.6 kg

Package Dimensions

‎44.5 x 43.1 x 11.61 cm; 4.6 Kilograms

Item model number


Hardware Interface


Power source type

‎Corded Electric



Date First Available

27 December 2022



4 reviews for 8-Channel Wireless Audio Mixer,Professional DJ Equipment, Console with Bluetooth USB, DJ Mixer with Effects, Sound Board with

  1. Wall•E

    A very impressive mixer for the price
    Because this is cheap and because it is wireless I expected to have to deal with a lot of noise in the mix. But this was not the case. The sound actually came across is very clean and the mix is very crisp. This is the six channel model because it was the only one offered at the time I would’ve preferred to 12 or 16 channel. It has an external power supply which is helpful to keep the noise down. That means it’s a power brick rather than a power cord plugging into the unit. It also makes the unit lighter. And it’s not very heavy and it certainly has a decent build quality. Not excellent but not cheap feeling either and the buttons and knobs do not feel too bad. You can tell you’re not working in a professional studio but it doesn’t feel like a toy either.There is only a single USB input so this is not ideal if you’re working with a bunch of wireless Lavalier microphones. I was hoping to bring those in but you’ll have to use a separate interface and then go into the line inputs. This added a little too much latency to the mix so I wouldn’t really recommend using a wireless microphones with this.It’s a good level mixer and like most mixers it has your three band equalizer and delay and reverb effects with fadders. The effects seem a little bit overly digital sounding is the best way I can put it. But if you don’t go too heavy on the mix, it will sound just fine. We already use this for a rehearsal last weekend. It didn’t have any trouble with the low frequencies of the drum kit and the mix was absolutely fine going out to two powered gigantic Mackie Thump monitors.Overall this is an entry-level type of unit with no real “wow “ features. It’s not going to knock your socks off but for the price it’s a great unit for somebody just beginning to work with studio recording or a band on a budget needing their own soundboard. For people in the intermediate and advanced applications this probably will not be their unit of choice.I’m still very much impressed at the clarity of the channels though. I’ve had to deal with frustrating noise issues from much more expensive mixers. It’s a solid four star offering which raises itself to the level of five stars because of the price.

  2. S Knaus

    Impressive mixer!
    This mixer has a lot of features for the price. Its a great entry level mixer. My son is just getting into mixing music and playing music for his podcast so this is working well for him. Easy to configure and has a lot of adjustability in a fairly compact package. For the cost, this is a really nice buy and well worth it.

  3. Oleran

    Great utility mixer
    This is a well laid out and capable mixer.It’s small enough to be easily portable, yet large enough to easily use the controls. This one is a 6 channel, but there are others in the line with more channels. The carton says it has a 7 band, graphic EQ, but it does not. It has 3 bands (High, Mid, Low) of EQ, or “tone” as do most mixers.There are some nice features. It has a remote power supply with a good chassis connection which lessens the “noise” in the system. There are XLR outputs for the right and left channels for low Z connection to other systems, or powered speakers. (This unit only has channel preamps and requires an amplifier for speakers.)The “reverb” is a digital delay and works well if used judiciously.The built in MP3/Bluetooth works well….pairs easily and intuitively controls the player.There are enough switching options to do good work with this mixer at a gig, rehearsal, meeting, or gathering.Its a fine mixer, especially for the price!Hope this helps!

  4. Lightning

    Great 6 Channel mixer considering the price
    This 6 channel audio/DJ mixer works great and just as expected, I was very happy with the audio quality and everything worked well, I whould definitely recommend it if you need a 6 channel mixer and don’t have to much to spend and want something that is great quality

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