DJ Mixer Rental
We carry Midas, Allen & Heath, Yamaha and Mackie mixers for rental to help fulfill your needs for live sound mixing.
The LS9 series console follows in the distinguished footsteps of the Yamaha PM1D, PM5D, and M7CL, expanding Yamaha’s digital mixing console lineup for live sound and installations. The LS9 is a 32 Channel mixer with 64 Mono plus 4 Stereo mixing channels. Input channel functions include HPF, Attenuator, 4-band PEQ, 2x Dynamics, PAN (LR or LCR with CSR) On board processing includes 4x GEQ, 4x GEQ/SPX 9GEQ 31 band or 2x Flex 15) 66x Output port delay. 24-bit, 128 overtime sampling.
Allen & Heath GL2800
This feature-packed mixer gives you 40 channels, 8-busAnalog, 10 aux (including a stereo aux for recording feeds), Eight Groups, 12 x4 Matrix, and Stereo Recorder/Monitor Output. Perfect for using it as a FOH mixer or running up to an astonishing 14 mixes for monitor wedges and/orin-ears, you’ll definitely want to use the GL2800-840 every time moving forward.
Midas Venice U
The MIDAS VeniceU 16-channel mixer gives you the warmth and user-friendliness of an analog signal path, along with the convenience of USB connectivity. Equally adept onstage and in your studio, the VeniceU 16 is easily configurable, and boasts USB connectivity, effectively giving you an 8 x 8 digital audio snake to and from your computer. Each mono mic/line input channel provides a direct out, insert points, and four-band swept EQ. You also get six aux, three solo, and two matrix busses, as well as four groups, three masters, and four stereo input channels. For big-board performance with a small footprint, check out the MIDAS VeniceU 16.
The Mackie 1604 is a 16 Channel mixer is loaded with premium features on each channel. Enjoy 75Hz Low-Cut filters, four aux sends, inserts, phantom power, constant-loudness pan controls, overload and signal present LEDs, sub and main mix assign switches, and an assignable AFL/PFL solo switch for ultimate control. An array of output options make the 1604-VLZ3 ready for any application with its control room/phones source matrix, master aux section with EFX to monitor, tape outputs, a high-volume headphone amplifier, channels 1-8 direct outs, and balanced XLR and balanced/unbalanced TRS outputs.
The Mackie 1402 is a 14 channelAnalog Mixer with 6 Onyx Mic Preamps, 4 x Stereo Channels, 2 x Aux Sends PerChannel, and 6 x Channel Inserts. With a 128.5dB dynamic range, it makes it easy to achieve full, punchy mixes. The Onyx mic preamps have a 60dB gain range, so you can get the best out of virtually any microphone. And because the 1402’s line inputs handle 22 dB signal levels, you can connect high-output sound sources without worrying about distorting your inputs.
The Mackie 402 is a 4 channel AnalogMixer with 2 Onyx Mic Preamps, 1 x Stereo Channel, and Phantom Power. Perfect for those situations where you need Mackie quality sound and control but not as many channels as the larger mixers offer.