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Here is the classic of classics of vintage analog audio recording gear: The legendary Ampx MX-10/Mx-35 tube mixer. (The mx-10 is identicall to the mx-35. The difference is in the knobs. Mx-10 knobs are the reeded dark blue/grey; the MX-35 knobs have the six flutes. Some fluted knobs are large, some are small. There is a suspicion that mx-35 mixers have square corners similar to the Ampex 351 recorder corners, while MX -10 corners are rounded on the same radius as the PR-10 recorder is was meant to compliment.
This mixer has four mic in, two line out (left, center, right), with ch. 3 & 4 of the inputs switchable to line in. The tube curcuits allow for soft , gentle even-harmonic distortion (hence the so-called "warm sound") as compared to solid-state odd-harmonic distortion that we associate with "clipping". Only took forty years to figure that out, and by that time Ampex was gone. This mixer is working fine. SInce I have two, I only need one. This works just great. Only the occaisional odd cosmetic scratch, etc. Pots sometime need to be "warmed up" (quickly rotated) or cleaned with contact cleaner. Tubes are Sylvania, Amperex, etc. Original Beyerdynamic transformers. Ampex transformers have been installed in the line-in postions to provide balanced Lo Z in. Case and screen not included.
Mx-10's have been offered on for $2000. Here is your chance to get classic warmth at a (nearly) reasonable price. . As is, no returns. Paypal only International shipment for appropriate charges