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Just make sure you know what you're getting!

I think this mixer is geared more toward live use than studio/multimedia. Unfortunately, this didn't fully click until I had it in my possession. Only then did I realize that the main outputs are XLR only (not a bad thing, but I only had one XLR cable on hand) and that there are really no other separate outputs. I wish I would have noticed this before I ordered it, but with all of those ins and outs limited photos, it's hard to tell. Pay attention, self!

I need to be able to send different signals to my monitors and headphones. I thought the "monitor" out might accomplish this, but it's just a stereo(?) output that doesn't really do the job. I did, however, love having the switchable graphic EQ available. I could use it to fatten up the sterile, treble-heavy tone of my headphones (Sony MDR-7506).

It also has some gimmicky, but perhaps fun, features such as the voice canceller that makes me think it is more aimed toward use for karaoke.

It sounds good. If this meets your needs, I have nothing bad to say about it. It just didn't meet mine.