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APB DynaSonics ProRack Monitor M1016 Rackmountable Sound Reinforcement Mixer

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Product Highlights
  • Rotating Connector Panel
  • Rack or Desktop Positionable
  • 6 Aux Send Controls
  • 16 Mono Mic/Line Input
  • Built in Passive Microphone Splitter
  • Minimum Phase Shift Circuitry
  • Internal Mother Board/Daughter Board
  • 48 Volt Phantom Power

The APB-DynaSonics ProRack Monitor M1016 Rackmountable Sound Reinforcement Mixer delivers professional level FOH (Front Of House) sound reinforcement mixing in a compact chassis that may be rackmounted or positioned flat on a desktop. The mixer features a pivoting connector panel capable of variable angle positions for mounting in straight or angled racks. The unit features 16 mono microphone and line switchable inputs. The mixer can create 8 stereo mixes plus 2 mono mixes without any additional gear. APB-DynaSonics mixers are constructed with a passive mother board and multiple active daughter boards. The active electronics input channels are user replaceable.

16 Mono mic/line input channels, all with Spectra-quality microphone preamplifiers in a 10u (17.5" in x 19") package.
Built in Passive microphone splitter system on rear panel with Pin 1 lift switches.
Minimum phase shift circuitry and internal Mother /Daughter Board construction derived from the Spectra console design.
48 volt Phantom Power switch, Polarity Reverse switch, Mic/Line switch, Mic Pad switch on input channels.
Variable frequency high-pass filters on all input channels with a 20Hz to 400Hz sweep range at 12dB per octave.
Input channels feature fixed high and low frequency EQ bands and two mid-sweep EQ bands, with EQ On switch with LED, The EQ internal design is based upon Spectra circuitry.
Two (2) Mono mixes switchable between a pre or post fader source and include XLR balanced outputs and pre AFL (solo) TRS insert points.
Eight (8) Stereo mixes, each with rotary level control and pan fader. These outputs each have balanced XLR outputs, Line (bus) inputs with each pair routed through return faders associated with each stereo master output section and pre AFL (solo) TRS insert connectors. Output may be selected to mono operation by front panel switch, making use of only the left inset point feeding both left and right output connectors.
Internally illuminated Mute and PFL/AFL switches along with 6-segment LED channel metering on all input channels.
Eight sets of 10x2 segment output meters on each of the 8 Stereo Output master sections. Master output level is controlled from eight (8) 60mm stereo faders, with each of these output sections having internally illumined Mute and AFL switches. Bus level signal monitoring using bi-color LED's are provided on each stereo mix bus pair.
Rear panel rotates and may be locked in any of three preset angles (referenced to the front panel) - 90 degrees, 135 degrees, or 180 degrees.
100-240 VAC, 50/60Hz Power Supply - Field replaceable (plug in) without disassembly of mixer.
Adjustable lamp dimmer provided for the 4-Pin XLR connector for use with (optional) gooseneck lamp.
Connections Direct outputs on all input channels
Inserts on all Mono input channels, Aux, Group, and Main outputs Bus inputs on all 14 mix buses (Aux, Groups, Mains) to allow for easy expansion through linking of units
Both 1/4" and 1/8" Headphone connectors are provided
Frequency Response +0/-0.5dB 20Hz to 20kHz (ref to 1kHz)
THD <0.01% @ +15dBu output
Phase Phase Response (Mic Input to Main Output): +10/-15 degrees 20Hz to 20kHz (ref to 1kHz)
Noise Mic EIN: -128dBu @ 60dB gain, 150Ω source
Main Bus (1-8) Output Noise: -85dBu (All channels assigned w/faders down, Mix Master faders at unity)
Aux Bus (A-B) Output Noise: -90dBu (Aux Sends down, Aux Master at unity))
Aux Bus (1-6) Output Noise: -90dBu (Aux Sends down, Aux Master at unity)
Crosstalk Measures @ 1kHz:
Channel Mute: > 100dB
Channel Fader Attenuation: > 100dB
Channel Pan Isolation: > 90dB
Channel to Channel Isolation: > 90dB
Aux Send Attenuation: > 90dB
Impedance Channel XLR Input: > 3k Ω Balanced (with or without Pad)
Channel Line Input (via TRS): > 20k Ω Balanced
Channel Line Input (via XLR w/Pad): >4k Ω Balanced
Bus XLR Outputs (Mix 1-8): 100 Ω Symmetrically-Balanced (To Feed 600Ω or greater)
Channel and Bus Insert Sends/Returns: 100Ω Unbalanced / 5KΩ Unbalanced (To Feed 2kΩ or greater)
Monitor TRS Outputs: 100Ω Impedance-Balanced
Levels Channel Insert: +4dBu (Tip= Send, Ring= Return, Sleeve= Audio Gnd) Max Out= +22dBu
XLR Balanced Outs: +4dBu (Symmetrically-Balanced, Pin 2= "Hot")
TRS Balanced Outs: +4dBu (Impedance-Balanced, Tip= "Hot") Max Out= +22dBu
Bus Insert: -2dBu (Tip= Send, Ring= Return, Sleeve= Audio Gnd) Max Out= +22dBu
Power Input Voltage: 100 to 240 VAC 50/60Hz
Input Power: < 72W
AC Mains Connector: IEC 15A Receptical
ProRack is supplied with mating IEC cordset with either an Edison-plug (USA/Canada) or Euro-plug (Export)

DC Output Voltages & Currents (as used by the ProRack):
+17.6V @ 1.3A
-17.6V @ 1.3A
+15V @ 1A
+48V @ 0.2A DC Output Connector: 7-Way Molex 0.156" pitch
Dimensions (WxHxD) 19 x 4.85 x 17.5" (482.60 x 124 x 445mm)
Weight 34 lb (15.5 kg)
APB DynaSonics ProRack Monitor M1016 Rackmountable Sound Reinforcement Mixer
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