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|Input Connections||3 - Stereo paired (L/R) 1/4" Phone unbalanced|
|Output Connectors||1 - Stereo paired (L/R) 1/4" Phone unbalanced|
|Max Input/Output Gain||+27 dBV
Input: 10KOutput: 100
|Phantom Power||not applicable|
|AC Power Requirements||12 VDC 15-mA adapter (center negative)|
|Dimensions||4.25 x 1.75 x 4.5" (107.95 x 44.45 x 114.3mm) (W x H x D)|
|Weight||1.2 lb (.49 Kg)|
Works great! Good weight too. Just heavy enough so it dosent tilt when plugged and stay put on my keyboard. Very well built. The only downside is that there is no on/off switch and the power cord is way too short (1.5m approx).Also, its black (newest model) and not blue (older model).
I use the line mixer to monitor multiple video cameras during a shoot. Works great for that use. Small and portable feature is added bonus.
I bought this little line-level mixer to complement my Rolls MX124 mic-level mixer. By combining the MX124, the MX28 and a power amp, I can mix up to four microphones in the MX124 to feed mic-level into my video camera and line-level into the MX28, where it is mixed with music from an ipad to feed...
Needed a very small three channel stereo mixer to sub-mix my keyboards during live performances as well as rehearsals. Wanted something very clean, not cheap plastic, and simple to use. Had to be small so I could mount in under the top keyboard. This line mixer fit the bill. Strong metal case.
I use the MX28 as a mixer for the smaller of my two live keyboard rigs. It fits well on top of my digital piano/controller; the small footprint is very helpful. This is a compact, rugged enclosure. It's small, but has enough heft to keep it in place-even with a full compliment of cables plugged in.
Using this to efficiently blend PC sound card output with stationary Kurzweil keyboard outs, running into self powered nearfield monitors. Perfect for that kind of routing, and still another set of stereo ins free. Didn't need and want to use another mixer with mic ins etc.
Even with all inputs and outputs completely down, the audio bleeds through. Same as the ART Mix III. I have now tried 2 ART units and now this one and they all bleed audio with the pots completely down. Very disappointing.
This Rolls mixer is tough and it can take some rough toting. It is just what I needed to haul around for my outdoor sound system. The only problem for the loss of the star is the fact that the power plug just drops off the back by looking at it.
I use this mixer with an electronic drum set. I feed the drum output and an ipod into the mixer so I can play along with my music library and be able to control the levels so I can her both the drums and the song I'm playing along with. I feed the output of the mixer to an amp or use headphones.