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16 Input Summing Mixer – LittleOne Wide 16×2 DSUB-TRS with 4xSTM + Variable Headroom Gain Switch Desktop

5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review )



16 DSUB/DB25 input / 2 TRS output Analog Dual Dtereo balannced summing mixer with-15/-25dB gain switch and 4 x Stereo to 8 Mono switch for mono instruments

Input: 16 ch DSUB/DB25 Tascam Analog Balanced
Output: 2 x TRS Balanced L/R
-15/-25dB vari gain headroom switch (order yours)
4 x Stereo to 8 Mono switch

STM – Stereo to Mono Switch: It provides an extra stable Real Analog Mono Base for your mix (on monos like Kick/Bass/MainVox/Snare and so on), saving precious digital-to-analog (DA) channels (so you don’t waste stereo L/R for a mono instrument), and offers superior separation and 3D depth for the rest of your stereo instruments. This feature turns L/R inputs ‘COMBINED’ (two hard-panned L/R inputs) into an absolutely centered mono signal (1 x stereo to 2 mono). For example, ‘SNARE’ on channel 1 (left), ‘KICK’ on channel 2 (right). Mono instruments in the DAW sequencer (Steinberg cubase, pro tools, flstudio, reaper, logic pro, Ableton etc.) should place the kick hard left, the bass hard on the right, and so on. Stereo instruments: If you don’t use mono channels in your mix, simply turn down all the mono switches, and you’ll have a fully stereo analog summing mixer with panning options available from the DAW.

Variable Headroom Gain Switch: It provides a wide gain-volume range for different applications, offers gain stages between various microphone preamps or DAW interface inputs, and accommodates various source inputs, such as synthesizers or DAWs. Placed after passive SUM BUS (passive mixer) determines main out (total) gain reduction – for different (pre amps) applications – gain stage – volume range. You have a great opportunity to experiment with different gain reductions and determine what sounds better for your mix: 1. Whether it’s with fewer input signals and more amplification. 2. Or the other way around, with more signals and less amplification. Benefits: You can overdrive the summing inputs with different gains to achieve more saturation and warm harmonic

16 INPUT = 2 x DSUB  input / 2 TRS output summing mixer Cubase / Pro Tools/Ableton Live, Tascam Us-16×08, RME Fireface UCXThis summing box mixer unit is suitable for connecting synthesizers, samplers, and rhythm boxes, and then routing the combined output to a preamplifier for master processing.


UAD Apollo, Apogee, Arturia, Behringer, Focusrite, M-Audio, Motu, PreSonus, Prism, RME, Roland, SSL, Steinberg, Tascam, OTHER let me know


-6/-16dB, -10/-20dB, -15/-25dB, -20/-30dB





1 review for 16 Input Summing Mixer – LittleOne Wide 16×2 DSUB-TRS with 4xSTM + Variable Headroom Gain Switch Desktop

5.00 out of 5 stars

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    5 out of 5

    Kevin King

    Really happy with my new passive summing mixer!

    The 16-channel inputs and 2 TRS outputs give me the flexibility I need for my setup with my M-Audio, Motu and Focusrite Scarlett 18i8. The -10/-20dB gain switch is a game-changer, and the 4 x Stereo to 8 Mono switch is incredibly handy for my mono instruments, mono synths, and drum machines (the kick sounds now like beast.) A must-have passive gear for any home and pro studio, so it's made a noticeable difference in my workflow and sound mix quality. Highly recommend!

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