May 7, 2020
“Perfect for home, touring, and club use, or all three.”
MasterSounds has launched the third generation of its Radius 2 and Radius 4 mixers.
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Mastersounds first released its two-channel Radius 2 mixer in 2016, with the four-channel Radius 4 following shortly after.
Looking to simplify its circuitry and lower the respective price points of previous generations, designer Andy Rigby-Jones and MasterSounds founder Ryan Shaw share that “the biggest change is to the internal construction and PCB board shapes, where we have optimised them for maximum efficiency through our in-house fabrication plant which has made them a lot easier to manufacture.”
Both mixers feature analogue VU meters, a master EQ/isolator, a hi-pass filter on each channel, and an AUX send/return system with insert button for integration of external effects; Radius 4 also includes two mic inputs.
Both mixers are available in black and silver variants; the Radius 2 is priced at £799 and measures 9″ x 7″ x 3”, while the Radius 4 is priced at £1,089 and measures 13″ x 7.5″ x 3”.
Head here to purchase the Radius 2, and here for the Radius 4; check out the mixers in more detail below.