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 Mixer advice pls... 
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Stalewart
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Post Mixer advice pls...
Save me the hassle of trawling the net... I've had a bit of a look around but can't find what I'm after.
I want to get a mixer with 2 head phone jacks so I can teach my Lil Lilrunningbear cub to mix vinyl. She loves dance music and is forever bouncing around behind me when I'm playing tunes. But... whenever I put my headphones down to grab more records (which are across the room) I turn around to find them on her head!! then we have a bit of a good natured battle which I usually win to get them back off her.
Any ideas anyone?

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Thu Jun 23, 2011 9:28 pm
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Post Re: Mixer advice pls...
OK...I should say I have seen head phone splitter cables. But am looking to replace my old GM25 which is about 20 years old and getting a tad crunchy with a new mixer, with as said above 2 headphone jacks. :D

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Thu Jun 23, 2011 9:39 pm
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Post Re: Mixer advice pls...
This won't be much help but I've never seen a mixer with 2 headphones jacks. Why would there ever be a need for 2?

Surely a splitter would achieve the same results? Unless you wanted seperate controls for each headphone (but again, I've never seen a mixer offer this functionality)

http://www.dv247.com/studio-equipment/h ... tter--8610 - £0.97 :cool:

I have been looking recently too as I need to replace my mixer for something slimmer - Elcer Nuo 3 if I can find one for under £300

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Fri Jun 24, 2011 11:26 am
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Stalewart
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Post Re: Mixer advice pls...
Good luck with your search there....and thanks for advice.

I bought myself a belkin splitter from amazon for 2.50 which includes the postage. Can't really be waiting too long to get myself a whole new mixer before I relax the head phone issues with my daughter. LOL.
Laters.

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Fri Jun 24, 2011 10:35 pm
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