I'm looking for a piece of equipment to accomplish the following: -Accept 2 XLR mic inputs and provide phantom power to both along with level and gain adjustments -Provide at least 3 bands of EQ on both inputs (preferably more) with sweepable frequencies if possible -Output an adjustable line-level signal that can be fed into an XLR mic input in a system with a locked DSP that is very picky about what gets plugged into it (it was programmed for dynamic mics to be plugged directly in, and did not like a phantom power generator or 1 of 2 small analog mixers I plugged into it) -Be fairly small, so I can tuck it into a space along the wall and cover it with a sheet so it cannot be casually seen -It would be amazing if it had some kind of automixing built in as we cannot adjust the system once it is turned on This is for a very specific need- we have to plug in two condenser mics to accommodate a variety of speaking, prayer, and singing over a 24 hour period during which we cannot adjust the system. This is for a Jewish community in a temporary retreat space trying to cater to a wide variety of observance levels during the Sabbath (when traditionally you cannot directly manipulate electricity, among many other restrictions). To accommodate the more observant members, we try to create a "Shabbat microphone" so we can still communicate with 500 people in a dining hall space with as little compromise to the ritual environment as possible. This year I set up two AKG P170 mics that I heat-shrunk to their XLR cables, taped all of the adjustable parts on the mic stands as best I could, and put them through a Mackie 802VLZ4 mixer that gave them phantom power and 3 bands of fixed EQ. The Mackie was the perfect size to fit in the space I needed to cover, and didn't create any weird sounds in the system. This was far better than any previous solution we've tried, but it definitely would have sounded better if we could have had some additional EQ options. Luckily, I now have a year to come up with a plan for the next one. Some items we already own that I have considered using for this: -An Allen and Heath IDR16 mixrack paired with a laptop. This is a bit larger than I would like, and I am concerned about the laptop staying on without any issues for 24 hours. I know there are remote control units that can be paired with the IDR16 -A Behringer X32 Rack mixer. Same size issue as the IDR16 above, but could be operated on its own without an external control source -A 31-band 2 rack unit graphic EQ that I could put in line with any small analog mixer, but again not a great-sized option Please post any recommendations you would have for this particular need, and thank you in advance for your recommendations!