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Re: Teenage Engineer TX-6 (Multitrack Cell Phone Rig)
« Reply #15 on: January 09, 2024, 08:47:20 PM »
I would like to see what the next generation of this device might be. If it could provide power for condenser mics, it would be killer. As it is, a 12-channel mixer this small is impressive.

I kinda doubt it has enough space for mic power. My dream would be the TX-9 with it being slightly bigger to accomodate extra inputs. Or perhaps have two USB-C inputs, and have an extra module for adding additional inputs (with possible mic power).

Yes, I realize they probably could never have mic powering for even 6 channels in a package this small. I was envisioning something a bit larger.

I think the brand loves the cute and tiny vibe for all their equipment, so hard to say.
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Re: Teenage Engineer TX-6 (Multitrack Cell Phone Rig)
« Reply #16 on: January 10, 2024, 10:51:21 AM »
Low voltage mic powering wouldn't require much additional space. 

For stealth use, 6 channels with mic power would be sufficient for me.  Open, 8 channels, with one pair being phantom powered.. mostly because there are no mic-powered fig-8's available, and I'm currently using a M/S stereo shotgun which requires P48.
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