The electric mixer is a very basic piece of hardware.

However, it can handle almost any audio equipment and many of the same tools that make a computer run.

It’s a very common part, but it has a lot of room for customization.

We’ll show you how to install a few of the best pieces of gear to make the best audio setup possible.1.

The Power Supply The most basic and cheapest way to get an electric mixer up and running is to buy a cheap power supply from your local electronics store.

These are the cheapest, but the ones you find in the hardware stores will be cheaper.

Some brands are great, but there’s no substitute for a good quality power supply.

We recommend the Audio Technica AT-LP100A.

If you don’t have one, check out our guide on buying the best power supply for the iMac.2.

The Mic The next best thing to buy is a good microphone.

If your audio setup is a mix, a decent mic can add a lot to the mix.

We’d recommend the Sony MX100M.

It has a built-in microphone and is great for mixing vocals and ambient sounds.3.

The Subwoofer The next most popular piece of gear you’ll need is a subwoofer.

You can buy a sub from a store like Best Buy or Amazon, but if you have an old one you’ll want to get one that’s more powerful and/or more expensive.

We like the KEF E5-6D from Pioneer.4.

The Amplifier The next item you’ll probably want is an amplifier.

We have a detailed guide on how to set up your amplifier for the best sound quality, but for the sake of brevity we’ll just cover the basic components.5.

The Speaker The next piece of equipment you’ll be needing is a speaker.

You may have a few speakers in your house, but most people have a stereo or a sub and they’ll be good speakers for most of your audio.

We’ve covered the best speakers for the Macbook Pro, but these will be good for most setups.

If that’s not enough, you can also use a sub for surround sound.6.

The Headphones The last piece of the audio puzzle is a pair of headphones.

If all you want is a decent stereo setup, the best choice is to get a pair from Apple.

Some headphones have a built in microphone, but we recommend the Ozone HD700 from Apple and the Logitech HD2 in the MacBook Pro.7.

The Preamp The final piece of audio equipment you need is your own amp.

The amp is the best option for the audio you’re mixing.

It can do everything from adding bass to letting you hear the room you’re in.

The best amp for the most important sound you’re trying to make will be a good preamp.

We highly recommend the AKG K701 from AKG.

It does everything from boosting the bass to adding a little bit of sparkle.8.

The Audio Input We’ve already covered the main components of the mixer, but what about the audio input?

It’s really the last piece you’ll actually need to get the most out of your setup.

Most audio inputs are cheap, but you should look into some of the more expensive ones.

Most will have a dedicated headphone jack, so you can plug in a mic or pair of speakers.

Other audio input options include the Pioneer AVR-X700 or the Sony AVR5800 from Sony.9.

The Speakers If you have speakers, you need a sub to surround them.

We can’t recommend them enough.

If we had to pick one, we’d go with the Kardon H1 from Kardon.

They’re excellent for most situations.

They have a nice soundstage and a great soundstage separation.10.

The ControlsWe’ve covered everything you need to know to get your audio in the best shape possible.

The next step is to set everything up and test it out.

This can be a little tricky, but once you’ve got everything set up and you’ve heard your audio you’ll know how it sounds.