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- For Microphones with 3.5mm Connectors
- Stereo 3.5mm Output
- Camera Mountable
- Operates in Mono or Stereo Modes
Designed for filmmaking using a DSLR, camcorder, or mirrorless camera with a 3.5mm mic input, the CMX-1-V2 Two-Channel Mini Mixer with Shoe Bracket from Kopul is a compact and robust mixer that provides extra inputs and level controls for two separate mono inputs or a stereo mic input.
I hear a loud buzzing noise in my Sony lavalier ...
I hear a loud buzzing noise in my Sony lavalier mics with this mixer. The mics are on two different frequencies. Not sure why this is happening? Please help!
I run into this too - the wireless mics each work great individually when not using the mixer and directly into the camera - but when using the mixer with each receiver plugged in and each set on different frequencies (or even on the same frequency for trial and error), the result is a loud buzzing noise when checking the playback. My brain hurts.
Date published: 2023-07-06
Will it send plugin power through? This would ...
Will it send plugin power through? This would enable the use of Rode Videomic.
It will not send plugin power to a microphone that operates off of plugin power.
Date published: 2020-02-13
Hi can I use this device with my Nikon D5200 to ...
Hi can I use this device with my Nikon D5200 to record sound directly from mixer with RCA cable from mixer side and in other is AUX and plug in to this device the gave output to my camera
The Kopul CMX-1 is not made for taking a line signal from a mixer. It is made for use with microphones that have a 3.5mm connector. If you want to take a line out from a mixer directly into your camera, you want to look at an adapter that can take line input, like the Kopul CMX-2 instead (B&H # KOCMX2V2). https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1332706-REG/kopul_cmx_2_v2_two_channel_passive_camcorder.html
Date published: 2019-03-14
What happens to the signal on left and right inputs, if I plug in stereo microphones? Are they automatically converted to mono is just one channel used from each microphone? I only have stereo microphones.
You would only be able to plug in one stereo mic to this unit, utilizing the center input marked stereo. If you have two mono microphones that terminate with a 3.5mm stereo mini connector, you would connect one into the left and another into the right input.
Date published: 2018-08-27
If I use a splitter, could I feed audio into the ...
If I use a splitter, could I feed audio into the camera and monitor at the same time?
No, a splitter may not work properly with headphones since the CMX-1-V2 is a passive mixer that outputs a mic level signal while headphones need a line level signal. The headphone volume would be very low. As a better option, you may want to consider something like the Comica Audio CVM-AX3 Dual-Channel Audio Mixer for DSLRs (B&H# COCVMAX3) which is a two-channel mixer that is powered by a 9V battery and includes many more features that you may find useful, including a dedicated headphone jack. Its two XLR inputs can supply phantom power and also accommodate 1/4" TRS jacks. It also has the the same three mono and stereo 3.5mm mic inputs as the CMX-1-V2, but the inputs on the CVM-AX3 can supply 3V plug-in power. You can use any types of mics and send one signal to the camera. We do have other options that may be suitable for your needs. Please feel free to contact us by phone or through live chat for further assistance.
Date published: 2020-12-10