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The PSC Solice Mini Mixer is designed for use by today's professional sound mixer who needs a simple, compact and convenient mixer for use with up to two boom microphones and up to six wireless receivers. The new Solice Mini Mixer provides all of the functions found on most control surfaces and adds a slate microphone, reference tone oscillator and private line functions. Housed in ruggedly built aircraft aluminum housing and weighing just 4 lb, this new mixer is perfect for those smaller cart-based audio jobs including commercials, corporate videos, and any fixed-location day job.
Each input channel contains a Variable Gain Control, Low Cut Filters, Hi EQ, Left/Center/Right Mix Buss Assignment Switch, Pre-Fader/Off/Post-Fader Aux Assignment Switch, Channel Metering and a Long Throw, 100mm Fader. The output section includes Line Outputs with a +4, -10 and -20 Switchable Level as well as a 12dB Output Level Trim Pot, User Selectable Headphone Monitoring, Slate Microphone, Reference Oscillator and variable LED Brightness Control.
Can be used as a standalone mixer to feed audio to a camera
Two microphone level inputs each with 48V phantom power
Six line level inputs for use with wireless receivers
Bright, sun light readable LED peak meters
Limiters on all inputs and mix outputs
100mm long throw faders
Built-in reference tone oscillator
Built-in slate microphone
Aux Feed for use with Boom Operator
Compact, 4 Lb (1.81kg) package
Fits on the top shelf of the PSC EuroCart
In the Box
PSC Solice Mini Audio Mixer
Limited 1-Year Warranty
Table of Contents
4-pin XLR, 10 to 16 VDC, 6.5 watts
Aluminum, powder coat finish
Sub-surface on a Lexan Overlay
Signal to Noise Ratio
Mic input 0.02% THD typical, line input 0.01% THD typical
Left/right outputs, < -80 dB @ 1 kHz, <-65 dB @ 10 kHz