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American Audio 10 MXR BT - Bluetooth Mixer [Video]

American Audio released a new line of MXR mixers back in 2012 that had good connectivity options, MIDI controls, and good build quality in an affordable package. This year American Audio has released a new 10 MXR BT Bluetooth mixer that has the same build quality and connectivity options as well as a new feature that allows DJ's to connect Bluetooth devices as well. Check out this quick rundown video of the features on this new 10-inch Bluetooth mixer.
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American Audio released a new line of MXR mixers back in 2012 that had good connectivity options, MIDI controls, and good build quality in an affordable package. We reviewed the

American Audio MXR-10 Mixer/Controller

and found it to be a good contender for a small mixer with MIDI control. This year American Audio has released a new 10 MXR BT Bluetooth mixer that has the same build quality and connectivity options as well as a new feature that allows DJ's to connect Bluetooth devices as well. Check out this quick rundown video of the features on this new 10-inch Bluetooth mixer.

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