Mackie Mix5 - 5-Channel Compact Mixer

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Mackie Mix5 - 5-Channel Compact Mixer
Key Features
  • 1 Mic/Line Inputs with 2-Band EQ
  • 2 Stereo 1/4" Line Inputs
  • Stereo RCA Tape Inputs & Outputs
  • Pan, Level and Overload Indication
The Mackie Mix5 is a 5-channel compact mixer that features high-quality components, a rugged metal chassis, and is designed for a variety of sound reinforcement applications. The mixer features one mic/line input, two stereo 1/4" line inputs, and is capable of accommodating dynamic and condenser microphones, keyboards, DJ setups, portable music players, and more.
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Mackie MIX5 Overview

The Mackie Mix5 is a 5-channel compact mixer that features high-quality components, a rugged metal chassis, and is designed for a variety of sound reinforcement applications. The mixer features one mic/line input, two stereo 1/4" line inputs, and is capable of accommodating dynamic and condenser microphones, keyboards, DJ setups, portable music players, and more.

The mic/line input is equipped with XLR and 1/4" connectors, phantom power, a 2-band EQ, pan, level control and an LED overload indicator. Each of the two stereo 1/4" line inputs features a 3-band EQ, balance control, level control, and an LED overload indicator.

  • Dedicated stereo RCA inputs/outputs for playback or recording
  • Headphone and stereo control room outputs
  • Rugged, reliable design built to last
  • Compact and portable

 

UPC: 663961044898

Mackie MIX5 Specs

Noise(20 Hz – 20 kHz bandwidth, , 150 ohms source impedance, EIN)

All outputs, master levels and channel levels off –100 dBu

All outputs, master levels unity, all channel levels off –90 dBu

All outputs, master levels unity, 1 channel level unity –85 dBu

 

 

THD+N(20 Hz – 30 kHz bandwidth)

Mic input to main output  <0.25% @ +4 dBu output

 

 

Attenuation and Crosstalk(20 Hz – 20 kHz bandwidth)

Inputs to outputs @1 kHz  (-85 dB)

Main mix off @1 kHz (-75 dB)

 

 

Frequency ResponseMic Input to Any Output (Gain at Unity): +0, –1 dB, 20 Hz to 30 kHz

 

 

Equivalent Input Noise-125 dBu, (mic in to insert send out, max gain)
Common Mode Rejection Ratio1 kHz better than –70 dB,  (mic in to insert send out, max gain)
ImpedanceMic In: 2 kOhms 

All Other Inputs: 10 kOhms or greater

Tape Out : 1 kOhms

Phones: 22 ohms

All Other Outputs: 120 ohms unbalanced,  240 ohms balanced

 

 

Maximum LevelMic Inputs (XLR):  +19 dBu

Aux Return In:  +16 dBu [Mix 8]

All Other Inputs:  +21 dBu

All Outputs: +21 dBu

 

 

EqualizationHigh Shelving:  ±15 dB @ 12 kHz

Low Shelving:  ±15 dB @ 80 Hz

 

 

 

Power RequirementsPower Connection:  2-pin DC connector [US], 3-pin DC connector [EU]

Input: 120 VAC, 60 Hz [US], 230 VAC, 50/60 Hz [EU]

Output: 18 VAC, 600 mA

 

 

Dimensions1.7 x  5.5 x 7.7"  (43 x  140 x 196 mm)

 

 

 

Weight1.4 lb (0.6 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.07 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)11.45 x 6.55 x 3.2"
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What would I have to buy to make this work ? I have the mixer, a 48v phantom power supply, and a set of cables. One set of cables can connect the microphone to the power supply as the input, and the other singular cable serves as the output so the computer can recognize the supply. Wat cables are required to actually use the mixer itself ?
Asked by: Jared H.
This should really be done with an interface. That being said we will work with what you have. The mic if its a condenser. Take the mic cable and plug one end in the mic and the other into the phantom power supply. Then take another XLR out of the phantom power supply and plug it in the mic input of your mixer. Now to get the mixer into your computer you should be using an interface. But you dont have one so we will have to do this the only way possible. You will need a Y cable. Two RCA males to one 3.5mm male. The B and H part number is B&amp;H # HOYCRTRSRCA6. To the right of the mic EQ you will see 4 RCAs that say Tape Out. Plug the Y cable into the 2 RCAs that say out and the 3.5mm into your computer.
Answered by: John P.
Date published: 2019-01-09

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Has anyone used this with 2-3 Sennheiser ew 112-p G3 lav mic's?
Asked by: jon
Jon, I have not, and I wouldn't. I would choose a mixer that has 3 full channels with proper EQ. This mixer is good for one mic and a computer, or a small setup like that.
Answered by: Anders F.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Can this handle three microphones?t
Asked by: Anonymous
No, only one mic is supported on channel 1 (mono). It always has +15 volt phantom power on it (can't be turned off on this model) so don't try to use it with an unbalanced mic or with a ribbon mic. The other inputs are line-level. If you had an external mic preamp you could use those inputs with microphones.
Answered by: David H.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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