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GoXLR Mini - Mixer & USB Audio Interface for Streamers, Gamers & Podcasters
GoXLR Mini - Mixer & USB Audio Interface for Streamers, Gamers & Podcasters
GoXLR Mini - Mixer & USB Audio Interface for Streamers, Gamers & Podcasters
GoXLR Mini - Mixer & USB Audio Interface for Streamers, Gamers & Podcasters
GoXLR Mini - Mixer & USB Audio Interface for Streamers, Gamers & Podcasters
GoXLR Mini - Mixer & USB Audio Interface for Streamers, Gamers & Podcasters
GoXLR Mini - Mixer & USB Audio Interface for Streamers, Gamers & Podcasters
GoXLR Mini - Mixer & USB Audio Interface for Streamers, Gamers & Podcasters
GoXLR Mini - Mixer & USB Audio Interface for Streamers, Gamers & Podcasters

GoXLR Mini - Mixer & USB Audio Interface for Streamers, Gamers & Podcasters

GoXLR Mini - Mixer & USB Audio Interface for Streamers, Gamers & Podcasters
GoXLR Mini - Mixer & USB Audio Interface for Streamers, Gamers & Podcasters
GoXLR Mini - Mixer & USB Audio Interface for Streamers, Gamers & Podcasters
GoXLR Mini - Mixer & USB Audio Interface for Streamers, Gamers & Podcasters
GoXLR Mini - Mixer & USB Audio Interface for Streamers, Gamers & Podcasters
GoXLR Mini - Mixer & USB Audio Interface for Streamers, Gamers & Podcasters
GoXLR Mini - Mixer & USB Audio Interface for Streamers, Gamers & Podcasters
GoXLR Mini - Mixer & USB Audio Interface for Streamers, Gamers & Podcasters
GoXLR Mini - Mixer & USB Audio Interface for Streamers, Gamers & Podcasters
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Features

  • “Go live” desktop rig for online broadcasters gives you instant control over your audio
  • Flexible and intuitive USB-based mixing for all of your audio - simple, easy-to-use controls get you up and running quickly
  • Studio quality EQ, compression and gating help your voice sound its best
  • Pc app lets you control and recall all of your favorite settings
  • 3-Year warranty program - designed and engineered in Canada

Description

Goxlr mini is an intuitive all-in-one audio interface for live streamers and content creators. Designed specifically for an online creator’s workflow, goxlr mini establishes multiple USB Audio devices in Windows so you can control your app volumes individually. Our award-winning Midas preamps are quiet and versatile—perfect for any voice and microphone. Whether you’re an established creator with a multi-packs setup, or just getting started, goxlr mini has all the inputs and outputs to grow with you.


Item Weight 2 pounds


Product Dimensions 6.6 x 5.5 x 2.6 inches


ASIN B07XH41DLN


Item model number Go XLR Mini


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 1,007 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #189 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments) #3 in Computer Recording Audio Interfaces


Date First Available September 26, 2019


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Features

  • “Go live” desktop rig for online broadcasters gives you instant control over your audio
  • Flexible and intuitive USB-based mixing for all of your audio - simple, easy-to-use controls get you up and running quickly
  • Studio quality EQ, compression and gating help your voice sound its best
  • Pc app lets you control and recall all of your favorite settings
  • 3-Year warranty program - designed and engineered in Canada

Description

Goxlr mini is an intuitive all-in-one audio interface for live streamers and content creators. Designed specifically for an online creator’s workflow, goxlr mini establishes multiple USB Audio devices in Windows so you can control your app volumes individually. Our award-winning Midas preamps are quiet and versatile—perfect for any voice and microphone. Whether you’re an established creator with a multi-packs setup, or just getting started, goxlr mini has all the inputs and outputs to grow with you.


Item Weight 2 pounds


Product Dimensions 6.6 x 5.5 x 2.6 inches


ASIN B07XH41DLN


Item model number Go XLR Mini


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 1,007 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #189 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments) #3 in Computer Recording Audio Interfaces


Date First Available September 26, 2019


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • “Go live” desktop rig for online broadcasters gives you instant control over your audio
  • Flexible and intuitive USB-based mixing for all of your audio - simple, easy-to-use controls get you up and running quickly
  • Studio quality EQ, compression and gating help your voice sound its best
  • Pc app lets you control and recall all of your favorite settings
  • 3-Year warranty program - designed and engineered in Canada

Description

Goxlr mini is an intuitive all-in-one audio interface for live streamers and content creators. Designed specifically for an online creator’s workflow, goxlr mini establishes multiple USB Audio devices in Windows so you can control your app volumes individually. Our award-winning Midas preamps are quiet and versatile—perfect for any voice and microphone. Whether you’re an established creator with a multi-packs setup, or just getting started, goxlr mini has all the inputs and outputs to grow with you.


Item Weight 2 pounds


Product Dimensions 6.6 x 5.5 x 2.6 inches


ASIN B07XH41DLN


Item model number Go XLR Mini


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 1,007 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #189 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments) #3 in Computer Recording Audio Interfaces


Date First Available September 26, 2019


abunda_amazon_reviews This device made it possible for me to remove a dbx 286, Scarlett focusrite interface, Mackie mixer and a Roland vt-3 voice changer. So many cords and cables removed from my 2 pc setup for streaming on twitch. Plug this device in and had a blast learning how to use it. I would say at the time of typing this I have about 10 hours played on the app that it comes with. Cons: at the moment I wish it was a way to turn the phones up as in your headset. If they update the app and make it so yoj could do this it would be amazing but it is to early to find out at the moment. Also if you need any help it's YouTube videos that help you out and you can join the discord and talk to real people that have this beast. Over all I'm happy with it and wouldn't go back to all the cords and cables. Also I use the Shure SM7B and it more then enough power to give it a clean signal.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 10, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;It's one beast mixer!;;Geefamous92;;;Edit: After months of trying to use OBS noise filters to make the audio sound crisper for podcasting, I caved and started looking for a new board again. Now, in December 2019, the GoXLR MINI is a thing - smaller, fewer features, but same high-quality internals. Even after the bad experience with the bigger version, I decided to get an open-box Mini and give it a shot. After months of updates - including one that fixed the overwhelming delay issue in the live monitoring - this is hands-down THE audio mixer to get for podcasters and streamers. This mixer simplifies audio and makes you sound your best. The team has done an incredible job optimizing the software and improving it on every front. Now, the GoXLR and GoXLR Mini are worth looking into. ------ Original Review: I thought that I would upgrade from my Behringer Xenyx 1202FX and get something with a few more bells and whistles. The GoXLR looks great from the outside, jam-packed with features that any streamer, YouTuber, or podcaster would want. But when it really comes down to it, there are so many shortcomings all hidden behind RGB lights and gaming community hype. The most glaring problem with the GoXLR is its terrible self-monitoring. There is a small delay between the time that you speak into your mic and the time that you hear what is said in your headphones. Assuming that you're in the same boat that I am, this is something that changes the entire recording experience and is a constant distraction. Outside of that, the software for the GoXLR is lacking greatly. Although it can be figured out with some playing around and finagling, there are still a variety of shortcomings. The GoXLR is a fantastic concept, but it ultimately falls short because of the price. If this device was around $250, considering its effects and sampling capabilities, it would be a tempting purchase. But at $400 I shouldn't be forced to settle for less. That's a lot of money for a plastic audio mixer with a little extra tech. Given time, this line of products could be great. As with all "firsts", there is always room for improvement.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 10, 2019;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;A Slightly-Functional, Overpriced Gimmick (UPDATED: NOW IT'S GOOD);;Samuel Adams;;;The initial unboxing process was pretty straight forward, but their Quick Start Guide is merely a glorified button layout sheet with a setup diagram. No real setup instructions so to speak except a small note on how to get the software. The device is not supported whatsoever on macOS since the software isn't available for those computers. Some of the features on the device seem to interfere with or counteract each other. For example, why have the Censor button when the Mute button is right there and twice as big. Their own marketing seems to be a bit confused on this, using the terminology they use to describe the Mute when talking about censoring. When I initially installed the software I got a Windows Smartscreen message saying it didn't trust the software. This was before the usual User Account Control message you get on Windows asking you if you want to install a piece of software. You are still able to install the software if you view more details on the message. They mention if the device is connected that you just need to disconnect and reconnect it to finish the driver install, but that was not the case for me. I could not start to get functionality between device and software until I restarted my computer. There is not a hardware 48V phantom power button, only a software switch between Dynamic and Condenser Mics. This also doesn't let you choose between the XLR and 1/8" mic input for headsets, so I wonder if one of these is disabled when using the other. In my experience I was not actually able to get input signal with a condenser mic at all. This was using 2 known working condenser mics with multiple different cables. The Dynamic mic I tried worked on either the Dynamic or Condenser mic setting. I was asked to update the firmware on the device, but when doing so it gets to about 5% then feeds back an error message saying the firmware update could not be installed. Trying to update the firmware also effectively locks up the device, as none of the front panel controls could be used on the device until after power cycling. Encoders would show activity but you wouldn't hear a change in Reverb or Echo for example. Some of the FX, such as Gate, EQ, and Compression are only controllable in software. I feel like it would be better to be able to assign functions to the encoders, so you can have access to what you use instead of having a pitch and gender encoder you never touch. These features use a 0-100 slider so in theory this can be assigned to an encoder without too much trouble. The concept behind this device is good, however I wasn't really able to dive in that deeply considering the issues with firmware and basic functionality.As someone that is familiar with traditional audio interfaces, the lack of hardware controls for vital features makes the experience a bit of a pain. Definitely not the ideal user experience I look for in trying to make my stream sound a bit better.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 30, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;No-GoXLR;;Daniel R. Hughley;;;The product has simplified my setup. I had a mix of software routing, ran it through a processor and interface. I couldn’t hear exactly what was on stream. With GoXLR, I was able to reduce down to 1 device. I stream a Broadcast Mix to OBS and can mute/change volume with a simple hardware change. I like that the EQ is also able to modified using the app. It makes tweaking to find that perfect sound much easier to do! If you are a streamer and/or a podcaster, with just one mic, then it may be the right fit for you.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 9, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Has Simplified my Setup!;;Jonathan Bloom

Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Geefamous92 - Reviewed in the United States on January 10, 2019
It's one beast mixer!
This device made it possible for me to remove a dbx 286, Scarlett focusrite interface, Mackie mixer and a Roland vt-3 voice changer. So many cords and cables removed from my 2 pc setup for streaming on twitch. Plug this device in and had a blast learning how to use it. I would say at the time of typing this I have about 10 hours played on the app that it comes with. Cons: at the moment I wish it was a way to turn the phones up as in your headset. If they update the app and make it so yoj could do this it would be amazing but it is to early to find out at the moment. Also if you need any help it's YouTube videos that help you out and you can join the discord and talk to real people that have this beast. Over all I'm happy with it and wouldn't go back to all the cords and cables. Also I use the Shure SM7B and it more then enough power to give it a clean signal.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Samuel Adams - Reviewed in the United States on April 10, 2019
A Slightly-Functional, Overpriced Gimmick (UPDATED: NOW IT'S GOOD)
Edit: After months of trying to use OBS noise filters to make the audio sound crisper for podcasting, I caved and started looking for a new board again. Now, in December 2019, the GoXLR MINI is a thing - smaller, fewer features, but same high-quality internals. Even after the bad experience with the bigger version, I decided to get an open-box Mini and give it a shot. After months of updates - including one that fixed the overwhelming delay issue in the live monitoring - this is hands-down THE audio mixer to get for podcasters and streamers. This mixer simplifies audio and makes you sound your best. The team has done an incredible job optimizing the software and improving it on every front. Now, the GoXLR and GoXLR Mini are worth looking into. ------ Original Review: I thought that I would upgrade from my Behringer Xenyx 1202FX and get something with a few more bells and whistles. The GoXLR looks great from the outside, jam-packed with features that any streamer, YouTuber, or podcaster would want. But when it really comes down to it, there are so many shortcomings all hidden behind RGB lights and gaming community hype. The most glaring problem with the GoXLR is its terrible self-monitoring. There is a small delay between the time that you speak into your mic and the time that you hear what is said in your headphones. Assuming that you're in the same boat that I am, this is something that changes the entire recording experience and is a constant distraction. Outside of that, the software for the GoXLR is lacking greatly. Although it can be figured out with some playing around and finagling, there are still a variety of shortcomings. The GoXLR is a fantastic concept, but it ultimately falls short because of the price. If this device was around $250, considering its effects and sampling capabilities, it would be a tempting purchase. But at $400 I shouldn't be forced to settle for less. That's a lot of money for a plastic audio mixer with a little extra tech. Given time, this line of products could be great. As with all "firsts", there is always room for improvement.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Daniel R. Hughley - Reviewed in the United States on January 30, 2019
No-GoXLR
The initial unboxing process was pretty straight forward, but their Quick Start Guide is merely a glorified button layout sheet with a setup diagram. No real setup instructions so to speak except a small note on how to get the software. The device is not supported whatsoever on macOS since the software isn't available for those computers. Some of the features on the device seem to interfere with or counteract each other. For example, why have the Censor button when the Mute button is right there and twice as big. Their own marketing seems to be a bit confused on this, using the terminology they use to describe the Mute when talking about censoring. When I initially installed the software I got a Windows Smartscreen message saying it didn't trust the software. This was before the usual User Account Control message you get on Windows asking you if you want to install a piece of software. You are still able to install the software if you view more details on the message. They mention if the device is connected that you just need to disconnect and reconnect it to finish the driver install, but that was not the case for me. I could not start to get functionality between device and software until I restarted my computer. There is not a hardware 48V phantom power button, only a software switch between Dynamic and Condenser Mics. This also doesn't let you choose between the XLR and 1/8" mic input for headsets, so I wonder if one of these is disabled when using the other. In my experience I was not actually able to get input signal with a condenser mic at all. This was using 2 known working condenser mics with multiple different cables. The Dynamic mic I tried worked on either the Dynamic or Condenser mic setting. I was asked to update the firmware on the device, but when doing so it gets to about 5% then feeds back an error message saying the firmware update could not be installed. Trying to update the firmware also effectively locks up the device, as none of the front panel controls could be used on the device until after power cycling. Encoders would show activity but you wouldn't hear a change in Reverb or Echo for example. Some of the FX, such as Gate, EQ, and Compression are only controllable in software. I feel like it would be better to be able to assign functions to the encoders, so you can have access to what you use instead of having a pitch and gender encoder you never touch. These features use a 0-100 slider so in theory this can be assigned to an encoder without too much trouble. The concept behind this device is good, however I wasn't really able to dive in that deeply considering the issues with firmware and basic functionality.As someone that is familiar with traditional audio interfaces, the lack of hardware controls for vital features makes the experience a bit of a pain. Definitely not the ideal user experience I look for in trying to make my stream sound a bit better.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jonathan Bloom - Reviewed in the United States on January 9, 2019
Has Simplified my Setup!
The product has simplified my setup. I had a mix of software routing, ran it through a processor and interface. I couldn’t hear exactly what was on stream. With GoXLR, I was able to reduce down to 1 device. I stream a Broadcast Mix to OBS and can mute/change volume with a simple hardware change. I like that the EQ is also able to modified using the app. It makes tweaking to find that perfect sound much easier to do! If you are a streamer and/or a podcaster, with just one mic, then it may be the right fit for you.

Top Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Geefamous92 - Reviewed in the United States on January 10, 2019
It's one beast mixer!
This device made it possible for me to remove a dbx 286, Scarlett focusrite interface, Mackie mixer and a Roland vt-3 voice changer. So many cords and cables removed from my 2 pc setup for streaming on twitch. Plug this device in and had a blast learning how to use it. I would say at the time of typing this I have about 10 hours played on the app that it comes with. Cons: at the moment I wish it was a way to turn the phones up as in your headset. If they update the app and make it so yoj could do this it would be amazing but it is to early to find out at the moment. Also if you need any help it's YouTube videos that help you out and you can join the discord and talk to real people that have this beast. Over all I'm happy with it and wouldn't go back to all the cords and cables. Also I use the Shure SM7B and it more then enough power to give it a clean signal.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Samuel Adams - Reviewed in the United States on April 10, 2019
A Slightly-Functional, Overpriced Gimmick (UPDATED: NOW IT'S GOOD)
Edit: After months of trying to use OBS noise filters to make the audio sound crisper for podcasting, I caved and started looking for a new board again. Now, in December 2019, the GoXLR MINI is a thing - smaller, fewer features, but same high-quality internals. Even after the bad experience with the bigger version, I decided to get an open-box Mini and give it a shot. After months of updates - including one that fixed the overwhelming delay issue in the live monitoring - this is hands-down THE audio mixer to get for podcasters and streamers. This mixer simplifies audio and makes you sound your best. The team has done an incredible job optimizing the software and improving it on every front. Now, the GoXLR and GoXLR Mini are worth looking into. ------ Original Review: I thought that I would upgrade from my Behringer Xenyx 1202FX and get something with a few more bells and whistles. The GoXLR looks great from the outside, jam-packed with features that any streamer, YouTuber, or podcaster would want. But when it really comes down to it, there are so many shortcomings all hidden behind RGB lights and gaming community hype. The most glaring problem with the GoXLR is its terrible self-monitoring. There is a small delay between the time that you speak into your mic and the time that you hear what is said in your headphones. Assuming that you're in the same boat that I am, this is something that changes the entire recording experience and is a constant distraction. Outside of that, the software for the GoXLR is lacking greatly. Although it can be figured out with some playing around and finagling, there are still a variety of shortcomings. The GoXLR is a fantastic concept, but it ultimately falls short because of the price. If this device was around $250, considering its effects and sampling capabilities, it would be a tempting purchase. But at $400 I shouldn't be forced to settle for less. That's a lot of money for a plastic audio mixer with a little extra tech. Given time, this line of products could be great. As with all "firsts", there is always room for improvement.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Daniel R. Hughley - Reviewed in the United States on January 30, 2019
No-GoXLR
The initial unboxing process was pretty straight forward, but their Quick Start Guide is merely a glorified button layout sheet with a setup diagram. No real setup instructions so to speak except a small note on how to get the software. The device is not supported whatsoever on macOS since the software isn't available for those computers. Some of the features on the device seem to interfere with or counteract each other. For example, why have the Censor button when the Mute button is right there and twice as big. Their own marketing seems to be a bit confused on this, using the terminology they use to describe the Mute when talking about censoring. When I initially installed the software I got a Windows Smartscreen message saying it didn't trust the software. This was before the usual User Account Control message you get on Windows asking you if you want to install a piece of software. You are still able to install the software if you view more details on the message. They mention if the device is connected that you just need to disconnect and reconnect it to finish the driver install, but that was not the case for me. I could not start to get functionality between device and software until I restarted my computer. There is not a hardware 48V phantom power button, only a software switch between Dynamic and Condenser Mics. This also doesn't let you choose between the XLR and 1/8" mic input for headsets, so I wonder if one of these is disabled when using the other. In my experience I was not actually able to get input signal with a condenser mic at all. This was using 2 known working condenser mics with multiple different cables. The Dynamic mic I tried worked on either the Dynamic or Condenser mic setting. I was asked to update the firmware on the device, but when doing so it gets to about 5% then feeds back an error message saying the firmware update could not be installed. Trying to update the firmware also effectively locks up the device, as none of the front panel controls could be used on the device until after power cycling. Encoders would show activity but you wouldn't hear a change in Reverb or Echo for example. Some of the FX, such as Gate, EQ, and Compression are only controllable in software. I feel like it would be better to be able to assign functions to the encoders, so you can have access to what you use instead of having a pitch and gender encoder you never touch. These features use a 0-100 slider so in theory this can be assigned to an encoder without too much trouble. The concept behind this device is good, however I wasn't really able to dive in that deeply considering the issues with firmware and basic functionality.As someone that is familiar with traditional audio interfaces, the lack of hardware controls for vital features makes the experience a bit of a pain. Definitely not the ideal user experience I look for in trying to make my stream sound a bit better.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jonathan Bloom - Reviewed in the United States on January 9, 2019
Has Simplified my Setup!
The product has simplified my setup. I had a mix of software routing, ran it through a processor and interface. I couldn’t hear exactly what was on stream. With GoXLR, I was able to reduce down to 1 device. I stream a Broadcast Mix to OBS and can mute/change volume with a simple hardware change. I like that the EQ is also able to modified using the app. It makes tweaking to find that perfect sound much easier to do! If you are a streamer and/or a podcaster, with just one mic, then it may be the right fit for you.