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|Package Weight||3.5 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||10.9 x 9.3 x 5.7"|
|Balanced Output||XLR 3-pin male x 2 (output L & R)|
|Unbalanced Outputs||1/8" (3.5 mm ) stereo mini-jack|
|Monitor Output||1/4" (6.3 mm) stereo jack|
|Balanced Output Level||LINE- Standard: +4 dBu (electronically balanced, greater than 10 kOhms load) Maximum: +20 dBu (electronically balanced, greater than 10 kOhms load) Impedance: 600 ohms MIC- Standard: -36 dBu (electronically balanced, greater than 10 kOhms load) Maximum: -20 dBu (electronically balanced, greater than 10 kOhms load) Impedance: 600 ohms|
|Unbalanced Output Level||Standard: -36 dBu (electronically balanced, 10 kOhms load) Maximum: -20 dBu (electronically balanced, 10 kOhms load) Impedance: 120 ohms|
|Monitor Output||Max Output: +1 dBu (32 ohm load at 9 V), 16 - 100 ohms load recommended|
|Meters||Standard Output Level: 0 VU (+4 dBu)|
|High Pass Filter||100 Hz - 6 dB/oct|
|Return Input||Hirose 10-pin female for Hirose plug part #RM15TD-10P 1/8" (3.5 mm) stereo mini-jack Input level: -20 to +19 dBu (unbalanced) Impedance: 11 kOhms|
|Input Level||-20 to +19 dBu (unbalanced)|
|Balanced Input||XLR 3-pin female x 4 (CH1, 2, 3 & 4)|
|Level||Line- Standard: +4 dBu (electronically balanced) Maximum: > +26 dBu Impedance: 20 kOhms MIC HI- Standard: -38 dBu (electronically balanced) Maximum: +4 dBu Impedance: 2 kOhms MIC LO- Standard: -58 dBu (electronically balanced) Maximum: -15 dBu Impedance: 2 kOhms|
|Battery Requirement||6x Alkaline AA|
|Current Drain||164 mA (Meter Illum & Phantom OFF @ 9 V) 192 mA (Meter Illum OFF, Phantom ON w/1 MIC @ 9 V) 125 mA (Meter Illum & Phantom OFF @ 15 V)|
|External Power||10.5 ~ 17 VDC @ 200 mA|
|Weight||3.0 lb (1.35 kg), without batteries|
|Dimensions||9.0 x 6.5 x 2.3" (220 x 160 x 56.0 mm), without protrusions|
|Frequency Response||Balanced or Unbalanced Output: 20 Hz - 30 kHz (+0/-1.5 dB) Monitor Output: 30 Hz - 30 kHz (+0/-2 dB)|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||Balanced Output: -120 dBu (A weighted, input equivalent level)|
|Phantom Power||48 V (±1.5 V)|
|Sample Frequency||1 kHz|
As an old field soundo sneaking back into the game, I was on the lookout for a field mixer that reminded me of the old Sony MXP42 I used to run. Without the first up cost! Found it. I think a lot of people would say the standard thing of, too cheap, Rubbish, and such, but for the price?
Great for when I don't have an audio guy, or for my PA to run audio. The Meters are a bit finicky, but you can calibrate them and they are more than passable. Best if you can also see the camera's meters while operating for a little extra confidence if you want to ride the levels on the higher side.
I used this on a 30 day shoot where the production had their own equipment. Was connected to a zoom H4 for recording. the controls are great the master volume is amazing to use and makes things handy, the pan is easy and flexible.
Got it on Tuesday used it for a 4 camera shoot on Wednesday. Very impressed with the sound quality.
I used this mixer for the better part of a season on an ocean focused natural history show. Complete run and gun. Its packed with features. No rust from salt water spray (yet). It's been banged up from a lot of travel (always in a checked in pelican) and didn't miss a beat.
I use it for mixing during deposition recordings. It is quick to set up. Easy to manage the levels. Built in 1khz tone. The slate mic means I don't have to set up another mic just for announcements.
This little mixer has a great set of features and is a lot of mixer for the money. The individual control over phantom power on each channel, as well as the individual gain adjustments on each input are extremely useful.
Great mixer and made in Japan. Very reliable and pro sound. You won't regret buying it.
I use this mixer for location/eng sound for video production. The mixer is built solid and has all the functions needed for location sound. I like the VU meters and the limiters work well.For the low price...well worth it.
We got a zoom and needed a good way to pipe two audio inputs into it from different sources. This mixer seems to be working out well for that. I've used it with a lav and boom and it offered good level control for booth piping each to a different channel.