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Maker hart Just Mixer S - 3 通道 3.5 毫米立体声输入/输出迷你音频混音器电池/USB 供电便携式口袋音频混音器
- 百搭小巧 - 混合多种音源的完美方式。 智能手机、平板电脑、电脑、MP3 播放器、Amazon Echo等。
- USB 或电池供电模式：由 5V / 1A USB 或 1.5V 电池（AA）供电
- 立体声 3 输入/2 输出：可以同时连接 3 个音频输入，每个音轨都有一个独立的音量调节旋钮，可以通过耳机和扬声器进行输出。
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由专业音响设备制造商设计，以满足还没有满足的需求，Maker Hart 的 JUST 混音器 S 是一款简单搅拌机，没有太多铃铛和口哨。 但是，对于那些需要一个可靠且实惠的选择，*多 3 个设备（智能手机、平板电脑、电脑、MP3 播放器、亚马逊回音/点、游戏机）的音频并输出到一套耳机或扬声器的客户来说，这是完美的。 使用3.5毫米输入插孔，您可以轻松地将设备与AUX电缆连接，然后单独调整每个输入。
这款便携式迷你混音器由电池或微型 USB 线供电，几乎可以在任何地方使用，包括旅途中和汽车。
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-mix up to 3 devices with 2 outputs
-speaker stereo output
-4 knobs to control 3 inputs and master output
-USB powered so its really portable
-slight static noise
-after 50% there is distortion if there is a lot of bass coming from one of the inputs
-anything past 75% knob turn it sounds just straight up bad
-instant noise reduction that is about 25%
-this will not drive high end headphones....
-really heavy bass will get it distorted instantly
-put all input devices on max volume
-at most keep any of the 3 inputs at 50%
-have the master knob put up all the way at 100%
-add a DAC after the output for headphones
-use a clean power source that is not connected to audio usb port that would be on a motherboard (USB 2/0 or 3.0)
-have good cables for the inputs/outputs
What I wish was better or had:
-be able to have any audio go past 50% without distortion
-provide another cable
Overall I like the device, it gets me around my issue but the device isn't perfect. I will be keeping it and be using it at for now until I move and get a bigger mixer like the GoXlr, Behringer 502, 802 or 1204.
It looks nice and the packaging & included accessories (a pair of AAA batteries, USB A to micro B cable, and a 3.5mm stereo audio cable plus stickers and a manual) are very nice indeed.
- Nice design and operation. Very simple, with controls that are accessible as one would want, but not too easily jostled.
- Inputs and outputs are where you want them.
- Headphone output is convenient.
- LED light is surprisingly useful for adjusting levels in low light.
- Noisy above half power. It adds a lot of low-level hum, even when powered independently. I had it attached to a pair of always-on amplified speakers, and the speakers would have a quiet-but-persistent buzz.
- Noisy when powered by battery. As one might expect, but still part of the tradeoff with any portable battery-capable mixer like this.
- Noisy when powered by USB attached to one of the audio inputs. Again, to be expected to some degree, but it's particularly noisy here.
Overall a solid product for convenience of mixing multiple inputs in quieter applications. Too noisy for loud environments. For example, fine for mixing a computer output with a cell phone output to be listened to on headphones. But too noisy to mix a CD player output and TV audio output into a set of speakers for a big room.
The other reviews are dead on. Push inputs past 50% and they distort. To the point where at max the level of distortion could almost be considered an effect. Luckily the master volume knob doesn't suffer this problem so max the volume on your sources and adjust the master volume knob as needed. The headphone out is significantly louder than the speaker out so I have to assume there are additional resistors in the path of the speaker out. Flipping the power switch on sends a momentary semi-loud signal to your output (like that of old powered computer speakers Jbl used to make in the early 2000s). The battery compartment door seems a bit brittle so I can see that failing at some point.
I've tried it with 2 inputs on battery power thus far. If I find additional notable pros or cons to the mixer I'll try to update but this device seems rather good for it's niche despite the caveats. In terms of tiny, cheap, aux/3.5mm-only mixers, it's only competition seems to be the Little Bear passive mixer.
Edit1: The loud 'puff of air' signal sent to the outputs when powering on the device is not present when connected to USB power, regardless of choice between USB and battery power mode.
The noise floor (background hiss/hum of the mixer being powered both on battery and USB) is noticeable on low impedance open-backed Koss headphones via the headphone out but is low enough (with ksc75 and kph30i specifically) that a fan/open window/background sound around you of any kind will obscure the noise floor entirely. In a quiet room, and probably even more so with setups using amplification, the noise floor is noticeable. As an anecdotal point of comparison, the noise floor here (Koss/headphone out) is far less of an issue than the noise floor when using ModHouse Argon Mk3s on an Emotiva BasX A100 (headphone out with the resistor bypass jumper installed).