Noob question here.
A) I have a DJM-750 Mk1 (first generation), which has both XLR (balanced) and RCA for main output, and RCA (unbalanced) for booth monitor. I believe you are familiar with it.
B) I also have a pair of Pioneer Bulit 5 speakers, which has RCA, TRS (which my mixer doesn't) and XLR inputs.
I want to connect my mixer (A) to my speakers (B), through XLR, however without making a direct connection to it. Instead, I want to have a mixing table in the middle, so I don't have to adjust the volume on speakers directly.
Also, I want to keep the master level on DJM-750 at 0db, because I like to have the light meters on master channel.
I'm looking for a small mixing table capable of handling two XLR inputs (stereo, L and R, line level) and two XLR or TRS outputs, to feed the speakers, with independent volume control.
I don't know if this is the best practice or not. So, I want to hear from more experienced guys if this is possible, since most of mixing tables I saw use MIC level input (and I think DJM output is line level). Furthermore, I read about "phantom power" that could burn my mixer output. I want to be careful with that and not burn anything, speakers, fone, mixer, etc.