ProSound 4 Channel Mixer Amplifier

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About this product


  • 4 Channel mixer amplifier with two outputs which allow you to connect various passive DJ speakers to achieve the sound you are after
  • 100W power giving clear sound
  • Input through XLR, 6.35mm (1/4 inch) jack or Phono (RCA) connectors

Product overview

• 4 Channel mixer amplifier with two outputs which allow you to connect various passive DJ speakers to achieve the sound you are after
• 100W power giving clear sound
• Input through XLR, 6.35mm (1/4 inch) jack or Phono (RCA) connectors
• Connect to any passive speakers with 6.35mm (1/4 inch) jack connections

Special Features
• The built in mixer allows you to connect up to four audio inputs

How can I connect to this amplifier?
This is a mixer amplifier which has a four input mixer and a stereo amplifier. There are XLR, 6.35mm (1/4 inch) jack and phono (RCA) inputs allowing you to directly connect a wide range of microphones, MP3 players, laptops and other audio sources. The outputs on this amplifier allow you to connect two passive speakers such as the ProSound 100W 8 Inch speaker (L63BK).

How powerful is this amplifier?
This amplifier has a maximum power of 100W at 4? impedance. The amplifier has an in-built equaliser to allowing you to increase or decrease the amount of bass, mid-range or treble coming from your speakers.

Can I link additional amplifiers?
This amplifier has a twin phono output on the front which can be used to either feed another amplifier or can be connected to a recording device to record everything that you play through your mixer amplifier.

Rated 1 out of 5 by from I'm on my second of these and soon on the third as the first was returned for a no-quibble exchange (good!). So far both exhibit the same fault - a hum increasing over time on all channels and an intrusive upper partial distortion that also increases as the amp warms up. We were going to use it for a vocal quartet with piano backing on CD - the quality's great and plenty loud enough when the amp's cold, but horrible when it's warm. 1 star because it's not really fit for purpose in its current state - it would be five stars if it performed consistently,
Date published: 2011-12-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not really a loud 100 watts. Needs a pre amp to get any volume from it, even then its not 100W I was told the 100W was RMS but it sounds more like 100W peak. I would suggest a test before buying. moderator note: the item is 50W RMS per channel and when used with correctly matched speakers will produce the stated wattage.The use of a pre amp is not correct and would only be required on sources you wish to take to a line level (not for use with the mic inputs on the amp). Perceived loudness can also be affected by other factors such as speaker efficiency and the performance environment so it is worth bearing in mind which speakers you use an amplifier with and where you plan on using it (an in store listen will not tell you much if you plan to utilise the amp with differing speakers from the ones used in storel)
Date published: 2011-08-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I got this amp way back in 2003, used it in bars in Ireland, it did the job nicely, its been dropped had beer spilled on it , it many times, it never complained once. fiddle/squeeze box, a bit of singing too. Decent speakers & mics are the secret to using smallish amps. For this money, this little amp is fantastic.
Date published: 2011-10-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from cuts out I will be getting a different amp as it seems ProSound is a load of rubbish! its cut out on me tonight after only 3 hours! much to the dismay of the wedding reception I was playing at. Seems to overheat quickly, I only had the amp half way but my volume was up 100% on the laptop and VDJ was often up full. If I dared go over half the thing just stops dead and takes ages to start again, some people said I should halve my volume which I did in the past but then it cut out three times so tonight I was lucky it was only once! I shouldn't have to be thinking "oh no its going to die on me" but what do you get for Ј79.99? cheap rubbish. I'll be looking elsewhere in a local music shop as they know the score.
Date published: 2014-08-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Have used the prosound amps in my venues for the last eight years. They are more than adequate for the small to medium sized venue. They are cost effective, so recently purchased two of the same units after one eventually broke down. Hopefully I will get the same service (Running for twelve hours a day) from the new model. The smaller size is good as I have limited space where the sound system is located in my new pub. Would recommend this product to my best mate.
Date published: 2012-10-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have been using this product for the last year and half now it has never let me down, I first bought the product with a bundle set which when this mixer amp is connected to it it is great works great indoors and outdoors when I have used it. I would definitely recommend the product good quality and well built, it really does great for a low cost DJ like myself who is starting out. Thinking of buying One ? Get yourself to your nearest Maplin Now Great product !
Date published: 2013-07-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bought this amp as part of the special offer bundle which included the Prosound speakers, covers and leads. Set it all up and was very impressed with the quality and clarity of the sound produced. Volume is plenty for medium sized venues such as pubs and clubs and the built in echo gives excellent depth to karaoke vocals.
Date published: 2011-07-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from A very portable and easy to set up and use amp. It was ideal for me having just come into the DJ scene for small to medium sized events. However, slightly disappointed that it overheated and cut out during two events. Having turned it off for about 10 minutes it worked again and finished the night. I would recommend it for home or small events but ensure good ventilation
Date published: 2013-07-29
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Operating Specifications

Input Sensitivity:

0.177 VV

Input Impedance:


Bridged Mono Mode:


Dimensions & Weight







If I use 1 speaker capable of handling 100 as the Amp in mono,can I connect to just one of the outputs as long as it is over 4ohms or do I connect to both outputs at once via a 2:1 splitter as one assistant told me? I have 1 speaker available

Asked by: slashbracket
This service is for frequently asked questions and does not allow two way communication, In order for us to best assist you with your technical issue please contact us on the details below: 0333 400 9500 or email
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2018-03-01

I have two ceiling speakers in a large room which I want to use with a microphone and this amplifier during a presentation. They are 6W speakers. Would it work or you recommend something else.

Asked by: Muhammad
Assuming they are not 100V line speakers they should be fine as long as you are sensible with the volume you try and push them to. It is better to use lower power speakers driven cleanly from an amplifier *capable* of higher power than under drive powerful speakers with an under powered amplifier driven to clipping as the latter can destroy a larger speaker due to the distortion and artifacts that happen when an amplifier ceases to be linear in its power delivery. Be careful to avoid feedback howl when using an Amp significantly more powerful than the speakers drivers as those howls usually happen out of control and will cook a small speaker.
Answered by: TK_1
Date published: 2018-02-21

Hi I have 2 ceiling speakers (2 way in-ceiling speaker system 300w) but unsure what I need to connect to a tv? 

Asked by: Jones1
Unfortunately we are not able to answer your question with the information provided from your initial query. Due to the nature of your question we would suggest contacting us directly on 0333 400 9500 option 5 or email
Answered by: Nash
Date published: 2018-02-19

How do I connect my iPad or laptop to this mixer

Asked by: Tazbee
I would say use a jack to phono cable.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2018-02-17

Does this amp have reverb

Asked by: Iant
No, i am sorry but the item will not be suitable. We would recommend the item linked below: Alto Zephyr ZMX122FX 8 Channel Compact Mixer with Effects Code: N17NK
Answered by: darren cordon
Date published: 2018-02-01

Will this work with 8ohms speakers 

Asked by: MC26
Yes, although it won't be as powerful. For the best results use 4 ohm speakers or if you know what you are doing, you could wire your 8 ohm speakers in parallel.
Answered by: CP73
Date published: 2018-01-08

hi there would this power a set of Alesis one MK2 passive speakers?

Asked by: Kenny Scott
It should be fine but we would not be able to guarantee 100% The amp is not an exact match as the specifications for your speakers state Power Handling: 120 watts program, 200 watts peak Nominal Impedance: 4 ohms
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2017-12-13

Can i conect it to a 200w active speaker through the tape in or out that is located in the front?

Asked by: Luis
You can connect an active speaker to any line level outputs. You can't connect them to any amplified outputs.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2017-10-25
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