5 best audio mixers with USB interface [2021 Guide]

Milan Stanojevic
by Milan Stanojevic
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Audio mixers are irreplaceable devices if you’re making your own music or playing music as a DJ.

Many modern audio mixers have a built-in USB port that allows you to play music straight from a flash drive or your PC.

Some models even have Bluetooth, thus making this process completely wireless. If you’re looking for such an audio mixer, be sure to check one of these models.

Note: Deals are subject to change. Keep in mind that the price tag often varies. We recommend going on the vendor’s website to check the price. Some of the products may be out of stock by the time you’ve made your purchasing decision. So, hurry up and hit the buy button.

What is the best USB audio mixer?

A4 4Channels Audio Mixer

  • 4 channels, two mono channels, and a single stereo tape channel
  • 2-band equalizer for each input
  • A USB port for playback and recording
  • Bluetooth support
  • Minor issues while recording directly to a USB flash drive

A4 4Channels Audio Mixer is an affordable mixer and it comes with 4 channels and effects processor.

The mixer has a USB port that can be used for power, playback and recording. Bluetooth is also available and it has a range of up to 8 meters.

The device has XLR input, 6.35mm input, and +48V phantom power.

Depusheng T6 6-Channel Audio Mixer

  • 6-channel input
  • Phantom supply +48V
  • 3 equalizer knobs
  • USB slot, Bluetooth support
  • Cannot record to USB

This mixer has a slim body design, and thanks to the metal casing this mixer is both fall-proof and durable. There is a 6-channel input as well as a phantom supply +48V.

The mixer also has 3 equalizer knobs for each channel as well as a USB slot and Bluetooth support.

There are two sets of stereo outputs available, one for earphones and one auxiliary effect output.

Pyle Professional Audio Mixer 4 Channel

  • Rugged steel chassis
  • 4-channel mixer
  • +48V Phantom button
  • USB port for playback and recording
  • Bluetooth support

Pyle Professional Audio Mixer is a 4-channel mixer, and it supports XLR and unbalanced 1/4″ Plug with +48V Phantom power.

All channels have a 3-band equalizer so you can easily adjust your audio quality.

The USB port is available and you can use it for audio playback or recording.

If you prefer a wireless approach, you’ll be pleased to know that Bluetooth is available as well.

Mackie ProFX30v2 30-Channel 4-Bus FX Mixer

  • 8-channel mixer
  • Vita preamps
  • 16 different effects
  • USB recording and playback
  • No Bluetooth

If you’re looking for a more advanced audio mixer, you should consider this model. This is a 4-channel mixer, and it’s designed for live sound with its Vita preamps.

The mixer offers ReadyFX effects engine that provides 16 different effects and there’s a 7-band graphic equalizer that lets you fine-tune your sound.

The USB port is also available and you can use it for both playback and audio recording.

Pyle PMXU68BT

  • 6 channels
  • 16 Bit DSP processor
  • +48V phantom power
  • USB port for recording
  • Static noise issues with Bluetooth

This is a 6-channel mixer and it comes with XLR inputs. Additional features include an equalizer, 16-bit DSP FX processor and mic preamp.

The device comes with a USB port so you can easily use your flash drive or PC for playback.

If you prefer wireless connectivity, you’ll be pleased to hear that Bluetooth 4.0 is available.


There you go, these are some of the best audio mixers with USB and Bluetooth connectivity.

We hope that you found this article useful and that you managed to choose the perfect mixer for your needs.

FAQ: Learn more about audio mixing tools

  • What is a USB audio mixer?

An audio mixer combines multiple audio sources (with balance and effects) into an audio track. The USB port addition allows you to play and record audio directly into your PC.

  • Can you use a USB mixer as an audio interface?

Yes, as the USB port sends the audio output to your computer directly similarly to an audio interface.

  • What is the difference between a USB audio interface and a mixer?

A USB audio mixer combines multiple audio signals into one or more outputs. An Audio Interface transforms the analog signal of your inputs (such as a mic) into a digital one.

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in November 2019 and has been since revamped and updated in November 2020 for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.

Editor's Note: This article was originally published in November 2019 and was revamped and updated in November 2020 for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.