Studiomaster CLUB XS 8 Channel Mixer


Studiomaster CLUB XS 8 Channel Mixer
( MMA0267 )

( MMA0267 )

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2 Year Warranty & 60 Days Returns Included

Key Features

  • PA mixing desk
  • 8 channels with line and mic inputs and phantom power
  • 16 built-in preset DSP effects
  • Bluetooth technology for wireless audio streaming
  • Built-in USB/SD media player with a record function
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Product Description

The CLUB XS8 mixing desk from Studiomaster is a PA mixer with multiple playback options and a user-friendly design for ease of use during live performances and shows. Featuring low, mid and high dials on each of the input channels, you are able to fully customise the frequency output of multiple microphones or devices connected to the mixer to work best for your requirements.

There are 8 channels on this music mixer that you can use to connect various devices and microphones. The four dedicated microphone channels have switchable phantom power, making them suitable to be used with dynamic or condenser microphones. Once a device or mic has been connected to a channel, you can adjust the gain and volume control independently from the other channels.

Featuring 16 built-in preset DSP effects, this passive PA mixer is highly versatile to be used for different purposes. The 16 effects include variations of reverb, delay, chorus, phaser and flanger, giving you the ability to apply your favourite effect to any of the channels at a custom intensity.

This PA mixer features a built-in Bluetooth receiver, allowing you to pair a suitable smart device such as a smartphone, tablet or laptop and stream audio wirelessly. By pairing your smart device, you can play any audio from any app or website of your choice, making the mixing desk highly adaptable for different purposes and requirements.

Featured on this passive PA mixing desk is an integrated USB/SD MP3 player that provides the ability to connect a USB stick or SD card to play saved audio files. There is also a record function on the media player, meaning that you can save any audio being played through the mixer into MP3 files on your connected USB drive or SD card.

Key Details

  • Passive PA mixing desk to connect and control multiple microphones and audio devices at a time
  • 8 overall channels with 4 microphone channels and switchable phantom power for condenser microphones
  • 16 built-in preset DSP effects such as reverb, delay, chorus, flanger and phaser that can be applied to any channel
  • Built-in Bluetooth receiver to stream audio completely wirelessly from a paired smart device
  • Integrated USB/SD media player with a record function to save any audio being played through the mixer into MP3 files
  • 2-Year extended warranty

  • 8 Input Channels
  • 3 Band EQ on all Mic Channels
  • High Pass Filter and Adjustable Compression on all Mic Channels
  • USB/SD Card Recording / Playback
  • Bluetooth Playback Facility
  • High Quality DSP Effects
  • Mic Channels Feature Adjustable Compressor Facility
  • Mic Input channels: 4
  • Stereo Input channels: 2
  • Mic: -16dB - -60dB
  • Line: +10dB - -34dB
  • EIN: -100dB
  • Mic Channel: 10Hz - 20kHz+1/-3dB
  • THD Mic Channel: Under =0.1%
  • Signal to noise ratio: 80dB
  • MP3/USB/SD Audio playback: 2 channel playback
  • USB/SD Audio recording: 2 channel recording from mix output
  • Bluetooth Playback: 2 channel playback
  • DSP Effects: 16 presets with adjustable parameter
  • Dimensions (WxHxD): 283x359x70mm
Customer Reviews
Product Questions
Can I use this mixer for DJ setup and live playing
Question by: Mr Vales on 13 Jul 2019, 10:42
Although it is a PA mixer and not a DJ mixer, you can still use this within your DJ setup
Answer by: Jamie Atkins on 15 Jul 2019, 10:47
I just ordered this for a performance night and my Sons rock band. Is it ok for a band please ?
Question by: Ian curry on 3 Nov 2019, 23:30
The Studiomaster Club series of mixers are very practical for live band use
Answer by: Jamie Atkins on 4 Nov 2019, 09:16
Can u use 2 speakers and subwoofer for base on this mixer desk ?
Question by: Jake on 28 Jul 2020, 17:29
Yes, you would need to go from the left and right output on the mixer into the subwoofer, and then from the output(s) on the subwoofer into each speaker
Answer by: Josh Hebbard on 29 Jul 2020, 08:54
What is your returns policy?
Question by: Stephen Ishmael on 20 Apr 2023, 11:20
Please find returns details here -
Answer by: Glenn Newton on 20 Apr 2023, 15:14