Monoprice 615808 8-Channel Audio Mixer with USB

(10 customer reviews)



Whether it is for a recording or a performance, a good mixer should be a part of every musician’s toolbox. However, mixers can be expensive, but that was before Monoprice got into the Pro Audio business! This 8-channel mixer features a full suite of input options, including four balanced XLR microphone inputs, four unbalanced mono 1/4; TS line inputs, two pairs of unbalanced mono 1/4; TS inputs ganged together for stereo control, a single USB 2.0 input/output for connection to a computer, a 3.5mm stereo TRS input, and a pair of RCA inputs. The mixer can provide +48V Phantom Power to all four XLR mic inputs.

Additional information

Weight 997.9 kg
Dimensions 27.94 × 10.41 cm
Item Weight

‎998 g

Product Dimensions

‎36.83 x 27.94 x 10.41 cm; 997.9 Grams

Item model number




Hardware Interface



48 Volts



Date First Available

28 May 2014



10 reviews for Monoprice 615808 8-Channel Audio Mixer with USB

  1. Joe

    Sounds great, works great, Built solid, no mids control
    Pros:As the headline says it’s solidly builtWorks perfectlySounds great.USB can be used as an in or and out to pc but not both.Cons:There’s no control for the midsGreat device for the money and absolutely worth the money just one more dial for mid-range would make it perfect. I’m not a professional and I don’t have a lot of experience but I like it quite a lot.

  2. R. Baker

    can be used to overdub but tricky
    I needed to record to my computer one track at a time. Using the USB I found that I the unit would record the previous tracks along with the new tracks, but there is a fix: Take the headphone out of your computer (using an adapter) to put the previously recorded tracks into LINE IN 7/8. Now (again using an adapter) plug your head phones into the AUX OUT. Make sure the LINE knob on 7/8 is off. Now you can monitor through the headphones the previously recorded tracks and your live tracks using the AUX sends while your new tracks will go to your computer without the previous tracks being recorded to the new tracks.

  3. Chris Tulloch

    The product was better made than I was expecting for the price
    The product was better made than I was expecting for the price. Sound quality ias as good as it should be. I would have given 5 stars were it not for the sole shortcoming of the device – there’s no record path for the USB connection. It’s for playback only. I couldn’t find anywhere in the available sales description that said that. It’s not even in the manual – only earching internet conversations told me. It’s disappointing, becuase that’s one of the features I was looking for.

  4. ed ornelas

    Good for the price
    This has served me well for my podcast!

  5. Amazon customer

    Bad quality
    Product made with plastic, very bad quality for the price. knobs also feels shaky. However, sound quality isn’t bad.

  6. Cory

    Fantastic Product!!!
    Amazing mixer!!! I have been using this mixer every Sunday at church for many months now and we just love it. It is small and portable, and I have 2 microphones, a laptop, and guitar hooked up to it. Mixes really nicely and has helped us to control all the audio in one place. I also use the USB output to record out church services right into my laptop using Sony Sound Forge. At this price, I would honestly recommend this mixer to anyone. 5 stars for sure!!!

  7. Stephen Miechkota

    This is nicely built with the inputs to the back.
    It’s good to be able to up this on a stand. It works well with a microphone stand. Nice sound, the only thing it doesn’t have is a USB port and therefor can’t be used as an audio interface.

  8. Brian, an Amazon Customer

    USB only allows two channels going to your computer
    GOOD USE CASE:- Live band- want to plug in up to four instruments, and record the MIX to your computer (or send it to a PA system)BAD USE CASE / UNWORKABLE:- Live band- want to record each instrument SEPARATELY to your computerI purchased this hoping I could use it as an audio interface to record 4 mic channels to my laptop at once. NOPE! you can plug in four mic inputs, mix them, and then record the resulting two channel output to your laptop. I was able to make this work for my show, as I panned instruments hard left or right, and then only played them in combinations that kept each instrument alone on a track.Works great as a mixer, but having USB does not mean it is an Audio Interface.(I know this now, but wish such a review had warned me about this before)

  9. Kevin Fenrick

    Exactly what I wanted.
    Perfect for the podcasting that I do. Finally had four mic inputs that are actually mic inputs. No need to get adapters or deal with other add one.

  10. Amazon Customer

    great mixer & price
    A great Mixer! I use it for singing and just practices. I like the multiple outlets it has and its not heavy to carry around.

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