Summary: I use it for broadcasting a live webcast called "Claws & Convo". It delivers clean audio, and sounds really great. The all metal construction, though heavy, is very tough. This durrability, along with being fairly compact, makes it great for transporting to and from where ever we end up doing the show. The only mild annoyance about it is that there aren't any channel mute buttons, which isn't a big deal since the level knobs have a notch at '0'.
Excerpt: Excellent and well made mixer. I record podcasts and do occasional voiceover work for radio and tv. This mixer replaces an Alesis Multimix 8 Firewire mixer. It does exactly what I needed for a very good price.
Pros: Compact, Easy To Use, Excellent Sound, Versatile
Excerpt: I use this mixer to record voice overs for local radio/tv as well as promotional spots for sports broadcasts. It is extremely easy to set up, use and takes up very little space. I only wish I had known that it didn't include the USB Cable...luckily I had an extra and didn't have to run out and buy one late at night.
Excerpt: Nice mixer, however, Peavey made the mistake of designing the Power pack that is identical in appearence to their PV6. But, the PV6 power pack will go into the PV6U mixer. One is AC and the other is DC. Not knowing this, I plugged the wrong pack into PV6U and blew it up. The replacement part is twice as much as the entire mixer.
Excerpt: Nice compact product great for semi-mobile A/V setup. All the essential functionality - hook up multiple mics, connect to laptop or iPod for music, record sound via USB connection to computer - simultaneously.
Excerpt: I teach a class that has a dozen students around a table, and half a dozen attending 'remotely' over the internet. I needed for the remote folks to hear the main speaker and the room discussion, but the computer's USB port could only recognize one mic at a time. I got this to be able to run multiple miss at once. I've used it only once so far for this purpose, but it worked easily and well, though one mic's output was low (likely not the mixer's fault).