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Sony DMXP01 Portable Battery Powered Digital Mixer with 4 XLR Mic Inputs, 24-Bit/96k Resolution, AES/EBU Digital Output and Recallable Setup Memory

Sony DMXP01 Portable Digital Mixer

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The Sony DMX-P01 is a professional digital field mixer that combines the convenience of portable studio grade audio mixing, with the pristine fidelity of high resolution digital technology. The mixer features 4 electronically balanced XLR inputs that are switchable between mic and line level signal. The output section also features 2 XLR outputs that are capable of providing mic or line level signal as well. The mixer features 24-bit A/D and D/A converters and 32-bit signal processing. The DMXP-01 also supports both, 48kHz and 96kHz sampling frequencies. AES/EBU and S/PDIF outputs are provided, a second S/PDIF input can be used to cascade additional mixers.

Channels 1/2 and 3/4 feature stereo linking, phase reverse switches on channels 2 and 4 allow M-S stereo decoding. Preset user locations are provided for storing parameter settings, providing quick recall of settings required by different users. The backlit LCD display features a choice of metering modes. VU, BBC-type, DIN-type, NORDIC-type, IEC-type 1 and dBFS metering are all user selectable. Low-cut filters and peak limiters are all user programmable and +48V phantom power is user switchable. The mixer is powered for approximately 5 hours with 8 AA batteries, external DC power is achieved via 4-pin XLR or DC power inputs.

24 Bit Converters
24 bit A/D and D/A converters ensure a high level of signal reproduction with emphasis on dynamics in respect to the source signal.
32 Bit Processing
32 bit processing maximizes DSP efficiency resulting in quick, accurate audio signal processing and throughput.
48kHz & 96kHz Sampling Frequencies
The DMXP-01 supports 48kHz and 96kHz sampling frequencies. High sampling frequencies result in pristine clarity and accurate signal detail.
4 Balanced XLR Inputs
The mixer's 4 inputs feature stereo linking on channels 1/2 and 3/4. Phase reverse switches are provided on channels 2 and 4 for M-S decoding.
Set Up Recall & Storage
The DMXP-01 is software driven, enabling users to store and recall programmed settings as needed.
Programmable Metering
Software driven interface provides VU, BBC-type, DIN-type, NORDIC-type, IEC-type 1 and dBFS metering.
The output section features AES/EBU digital and S/PDIF digital outputs, in addition to dual XLR analog.
Flexible Monitoring
The headphone monitor section provides six monitoring modes. Left output, right output, stereo output, left/right-mixed, mono, M/S decode and camera return.
UPC: 027242632707
Inputs 4 - XLR 3-pin female, electrically balanced
Mic level; -70 to -30 dBu (max. -10dBu), 2.2k ohms or more
Line level; -30 to +10 dBu (max. +30dBu), 10k ohms or more
Output 2 - XLR 3-pin male (L/R) stereo, balanced
-60/-20/+4dBu (max. +24dBu) 600 ohm load or more
Digital Inputs and Outputs Outputs
AES/EBU: 1 - XLR 3-pin male, 2 ch (L/R) stereo, 110 ohm load
S/PDIF: 1 - RCA coaxial, 2 ch (L/R) stereo, 75 ohm load
Monitor/Headphone Out 1 - 1/4" TRS phone jack
1 - 1/8" (3.5mm) stereo mini jack
10k ohm load or more
ALT I/O Tape Output: 1 - 1/8" (3.5mm) mini jack, 2 ch (L/R) stereo, unbalanced, 110 ohm
Camera: (In / Out) 1 - Hirose connector 12-pin, 2 ch (L/R) stereo, balanced 600 ohm or more
Link Input/Output Input
S/PDIF: 1 - RCA coaxial, 2 ch (L/R) stereo, 75 ohm load
A/D Converter 24 bits
D/A Converter 24 bits
Sampling Frequency 48kHz or 96kHz user switchable
Internal Signal Processing 32 bits
Hum & Noise EIN: -130 dBu, 150 ohm terminated, IHF-A (mic input, typical)
Frequency Response 20Hz to 40kHz +0.5/-3.0dB (at 96kHz sampling frequency)
20Hz to 20Hz +0.5/-1.0dB (at 48kHz sampling frequency)
Distortion 0.05% or less
Metering VU, BBC-type, DIN-type, NORDIC-type, IEC-type 1, dBFS (selectable)
Phantom Power +48V
Operating Temperature 0 to +45 degrees C
Power Internal: 8x AA alkaline batteries, DC 12V, approximately 5 hours life
External: XLR 4-pin, DC jack, 10 to 15V DC
Dimensions 10.47 x 2.67 x 8.11" (266 x 68 x 206mm) (WxHxD)
Weight 4 lb 13 oz (2.2 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight 8.15 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 14.1 x 12.1 x 8.1"
Sony DMXP01 Portable Battery Powered Digital Mixer with 4 XLR Mic Inputs, 24-Bit/96k Resolution, AES/EBU Digital Output and Recallable Setup Memory
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    By Robert Matzen

    from Cleveland, OH

    Comments about Sony DMXP01 Portable Digital Mixer:

    Being digital, the Sony mixer is very clean. It has logical functions and most adjustments in the field can be made wearing gloves...Especially useful when outdoors in winter conditions. The Sony will accept any 12 volt supply using a 4 pin xlr input. The 4 pin XLR power input is better than most mixers tiny mini plug. I use an IDX adapter plate and mount a lithium rechargeable. It can also be powered from 8 internal AA batteries in a quick release holder. It comes with 2 so you can swap out battery packs quickly. However, the AA packs only power the mixer for about 3 hours and make the mixer very heavy in the field. I get about 12 hours with the IDX rechargeable lithium battery and it weighs less.Down side of the mixer is the VU meter. It reflects overhead lights easily making it difficult to read under certain conditions. The menus take a bit of trial and error to setup properly but they provide many different variations of both input/output limiting and output compression. Different inputs can be set differently which is nice. The boom mic can be set different from say wireless lavs. The other nice feature is that you can instantly recall a new scene depending on what kind of audio recording you are working on that day... ENG, EFP, film, etc.The Sony mixer has direct digital outputs if you are recording directly to a digital recorder. There is no need to go from analog to digital. That's nice.

    Problems Encountered: Bad reflections in the VU meter depending on lighting situation

    Previous Equivalent Items Owned: Shure FP 32, 33

    Items I Recommend: Mixer Case

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