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Denon 12 Channel Mixer

Denon 12 Channel Mixer

The DN-312X is an ultra-slim 1U rack-mounted 12 channel mixer with 6 mic/line combination inputs and 3 additional stereo line inputs. It has balanced XLR outputs, a 6.35mm (1/4") mono output that can be used to connect the DN-312X to a remote mixer, a pair of RCA stereo outputs to connect to a remote recording device, and 6.35mm (1/4") mic monitoring port that can be used to monitor the microphone signals. The DN-312X provides individual level control for all inputs in addition to level control for the mono output port and a master level control.


6 HDHQ™ Combination inputs (XLR/6.35mm Jack) with MIC, Phantom and Line selector switches.

3 Stereo RCA line inputs.

Mic 1 priority control.

3 Band EQ.

Master and individual level controls.

6.35mm (1/4") Mic monitor output for private listening to all mic inputs.

6.35mm (1/4") Mono line output can be used to feed audio to external recording device.

Balanced XLR (L+R) master line outputs.


Great for small vocal systems, with room to add stereo inputs for background music from any 3.5 enabled device.

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