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|Noise||Main Mix Noise:
Main Mix Knob Down, Channel Level Knobs Down: -103 dBu
Main Mix Knob at Unity, Channel Level Knobs Down: -98 dBu
Main Mix Knob at Unity, Channel Level Knobs at Unity: -92 dBu
Signal-to-Noise Ratio, ref. +4 dBu 102 dB
(20 Hz to 20 kHz bandwidth, 1/4" main out, channels 1-2 gain at unity, channel EQs flat, stereo-pan button in)
|Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)||20 Hz to 80 kHz Bandwidth: 20 Hz to 20 kHz Bandwidth: (1 kHz @ 35 dB gain)|
|Crosstalk / Attenuation||Main Mix Knob Down: -70 dBu
Channel Level Knob Down: -94 dBu
(1 kHz relative to +10 dBu, 20 Hz to 20 kHz bandwidth, microphone in, 1/4" main out, gain at unity)
|Frequency Response||Microphone Input to Main Output (Gain at Unity):
+0, -1 dB, 20 Hz to 50 kHz
+0, -3 dB, 100 kHz
|Equivalent Input Noise||150 Ω Termination: -128.5 dBu, 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Microphone in to main out, maximum gain
|Common Mode Rejection Ratio||Better than -70 dB at 1 kHz|
|Maximum Level||Microphone In: +21 dBu
Tape In: +24 dBu
All Other Inputs: +22 dBu
All Other Outputs: +22 dBu
|Impedance||Microphone In: 2.55 kΩ
Instrument Input: 1 MΩ
All Other Inputs: 10 kΩ or greater
Tape Out: 1 kΩ
Phones Out: 60 Ω
All Other Outputs: 120 Ω
|Equalizer||High Shelving: ±15 dB at 12 kHz
Low Shelving: ±15 dB at 80 Hz
|Power Consumption||8 W, 100 to 120 VAC, 50 to 60 Hz|
|Power Supply||External AC Connector: 2-Pin IEC 250 VAC|
|Operating Temperature||32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C)|
|Dimensions||7.3 x 5.8 x 1.6" (186.0 x 147.0 x 41.0 mm)|
|Weight||3.0 lb (1.4 kg) with power supply
2.5 lb (1.1 kg) without power supply
I'm new to mixer , but it work excellent , very well build metall construction , I really like it a lot , I needed fantom power for microphone , it does great , I'm happy with this probuc and recommend to anyone !
I needed to expand my present mixer/amp to add two more Microphones. I work at a church with an old Bogen amp that only had a total six mic inputs. We wanted to add two more mics, but didn't want to purchase another amp at the present time.
I'm using this to create my own keyboard mix, sending the mains to the sound guy and the monitor out (through a Y adapter from the headphone out) to my own powered stage monitors. This way, I have complete control over my own stage sound without interfering with the sound guy's signal.
The mixer is the usually high quality heavy duty Mackie product. I needed phantom power to run condenser microphones, and this is doing the job just fine via the switching power supply-wall wart. This is stand mounted by the musician.
I needed a simple mixer and thought this one would be rugged and reliable. Unfortunately I couldn't tell what the buttons did, everything still worked no matter what position I put them in, so when I thought I was shutting off an input, nothing changed. The documentation is worthless.
True portability for a small group meeting. Just hook it up with pa speakers & good to go! Love it!
This is a simple mixer but of very good quality. Inputs 1 and 2 can be mic or line and have low-cut and 2 band equilization before either being added to the stereo bus as stereo (1 to left, 2 to right) or panned (both mixed into left and right).
Simple. Clean. Affordable. Low noise. For the price, it doesn't get much better.
I'm very happy so far with the Makie 402VLZ4 mixer. While it's less mixer than one would need for even a trio, I use it as a "submixer" it and has solved an immediate problem for me, allowing me boost the signal from my Nord Electro keyboard.
Great little tool. Speakers sound better than ever.