Tapco eh, where do they get these names from one wonders?
Well we can disclose that this one comes from way back in 1969 when Greg Mackie made his first 6-channel mixer specifically designed for rock ‘n’ roll PA. The first TAPCO truly redefined the small mixer market. It had more than enough headroom to handle screaming singers, and was priced for the starving psychedelic musical dudes of the time. It was durable enough to withstand mammoth levels of on the road wear and tear.
The new TAPCO 6306, 6-channel mixer takes the original concept and runs with it.
“We are really excited to introduce this new line of cost-effective products.” commented Ken Berger, Sr. Vice President of Marketing at Mackie “TAPCO by Mackie will allow us to significantly grow our customer base by introducing Mackie technology to the entry-level market that, up to now, has had to sacrifice quality for affordability. This is what the TAPCO brand is all about and we are committed to redefining the entry-level space by growing the TAPCO family of products.”
The TAPCO 6306 features two low-noise mic preamps, two instrument inputs, a stereo aux return to monitor, two aux sends, 8-segment LED metering as well as separate phones and control room level controls.
2 mic/line channels with jack/XLR 48v phantom power and input gain
2 stereo with Hi(12k) and Lo2(80Hz) EQ
2 aux sends - 1pre fader for monitoring, 2 post fader for FX
1 stereo Aux return
Main and control room outputs with individual level control
Stereo tape return and out on phonos tape to mix button
Headphone out with separate level control
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