Low cost solution to mix audio from tablet and Korg PA300 and output to headphones


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Hello,

I am looking for a low cost solution to be able to hear audio output from a tablet device + the sound from a Korg PA300(that has no line-in) to headphones.

Would a small mixer like this -- Behringer XENYX 502 mixing console do the job or is there a more cost effective solution? (I'm just a hobbyist wanting to learn
songs whilst using songbook pro + spotify).

Any suggestions would be highly appreciated,

Thank you for your time.
 
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I use a rolls MX22, it does the job and is very inexpensive. built like a tank... sized a little bigger than a cigarette pack...

mx22A for sale

MX22S for sale

The MX's have headphone outs so that you can plug your headphones directly into the mixer headphone output.

MX22A has a 1/4" input and 1/4" headphone out, MX22S has an 1/8" input and an 1/8" headphone out. You'll need to decide which one (1/4" or 1/8") works best for your scenario. breakout cables (1/4" to 1/8"; 1/4" to RCA, 1/8" to RCA, etc.) are in abundance and very inexpensive (in the event you need a conversion).
 
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Hello, thank you very much for the suggestions. The mx22A would have been perfect, but unfortunately it is not available for purchase where I live (Ukraine). However, you have given me an idea of what to look for and if I'm lucky could come across something similar. Thanks again for your time.
 
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The Behringer will work great.

I use a similar model for the same purpose as you want.
Hello, thank you very much for the confirmation. The Behringer is available so I'll go for it. thanks for your help.
 

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