The Domino 2 is the perfect amp if you have more than a couple of input sources. It has 4 channels, two of which accept mic/XLR inputs. The amp is essentially two Compact 60s in the same box, so if you're looking for lots of inputs, this is the one to go for. However, if you're looking for more headroom than the standard Compact 60, you should consider the Compact XL instead. Also includes channel mutes and left-right line outs (so, not quite 4 channel outs) and a padded AER amp cover. 17 x 14 x 12. 31 lbs.
We're often asked the difference between the Domino 2 and the Domino 3. While the Domino 2 listed here uses a pair of 60-watt amplifiers, the Domino 3 increases that to 100 watts each, and adds a robust set of onboard effects. If you have a Windows computer, the included software gives you parametric control, just like you'll find in the upgraded Acousticube 3. But the Domino 3 also costs $800 more, so it's worth deciding if you really need 200 watts of power in your portable amp before stepping up to the more expensive model. To be perfectly honest, most folks end up being very happy with the Domino 2, which is why we list that model here.