If you're interested in the full Sound Devices MixPre course, you can find it at our school.
The Sound Devices MixPre-10T has the added benefit of balanced XLR outputs which make it more convenient to connect powered monitors/speakers with balanced inputs. On the flip side, the MixPre-10T cannot be powered via USB. My preferred method to power the 10T when using it as an audio interface is to use an AC to hirose adapter (linked below).
TA3-F to XLR-M Adapter Cable
Balanced XLR Cable (if your monitors have balanced XLR inputs)
Balanced XLR to 1/4" TRS Cable (if your monitors have balanced 1/4" inputs)
AC to Hirose adapter to power the MixPre-10T (does not work with MP3 or 6)
ASIO Drivers for Windows (so that you can use all of the MixPre-10T's inputs)
Drivers are NOT needed for MacOS as the MixPres are CoreAudio compatible.
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