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Shure SCM410 4 Channel Automatic Mixer

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Shure SCM410 4 Channel Automatic Mixer
Key Features
  • Rackmnt. Microphone Mixer
  • For Recording/Reinforcement/Broadcast
  • 4 XLR Mic Inputs
  • 1 XLR Output
The Shure SCM410 4 Channel Automatic Mixer is a 4 channel microphone mixer designed for recording, sound reinforcement and broadcast application. The mixer will accept signal from dynamic and condenser microphone of any type. The rear panel features 4 balanced 3-pin XLR female microphone inputs and a single balanced XLR output that is capable of mic or line level signal. Each channel features an adjustable EQ for signal contouring and 12VDC phantom power is available for condenser microphones.

Shure's patented IntelliMix technology incorporates functions that enable seamless, noise free automation and channel switching. The MaxBus feature controls the number of channels that may be activated for a single sound source. This enables one talker to activate one channel automatically, although additional channels may pick up the signal. Noise Adaptive Threshold is an auto adjusting noise level threshold that distinguishes between background noise and abrupt sound such as speech. The Last Mic Lock-On function keeps the most recently activated microphone open, allowing constant natural ambiance enabling noiseless, seamless channel switching.

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Shure SCM410 Overview

The Shure SCM410 4 Channel Automatic Mixer is a 4 channel microphone mixer designed for recording, sound reinforcement and broadcast application. The mixer will accept signal from dynamic and condenser microphone of any type. The rear panel features 4 balanced 3-pin XLR female microphone inputs and a single balanced XLR output that is capable of mic or line level signal. Each channel features an adjustable EQ for signal contouring and 12VDC phantom power is available for condenser microphones.

Shure's patented IntelliMix technology incorporates functions that enable seamless, noise free automation and channel switching. The MaxBus feature controls the number of channels that may be activated for a single sound source. This enables one talker to activate one channel automatically, although additional channels may pick up the signal. Noise Adaptive Threshold is an auto adjusting noise level threshold that distinguishes between background noise and abrupt sound such as speech. The Last Mic Lock-On function keeps the most recently activated microphone open, allowing constant natural ambiance enabling noiseless, seamless channel switching.

4-Channel mic mixer for recording, sound reinforcement, and broadcast
Accepts signals from dynamic and condenser microphones
4 Balanced 3-pin XLR female microphone inputs and 1 balanced XLR output upon rear panel
Adjustable EQ signal contouring and 12VDC phantom power upon each channel
IntelliMix technology for noiseless automation and channel switches
MaxBus feature controls channels activated for 1 sound source
Noise Adaptive Threshold auto-adjusting noise level technology to distinguish background noise from speech
Last Mic Lock-On function keeps most recently activated microphone open
Multi-pin Logic connection provides Mute, Gate and Override remote control options
UPC: 042406072427

Shure SCM410 Specs

Inputs
4 - XLR 3-pin Female mic level only
Output
1 - XLR 3-pin Male mic/line switchable
Monitor/Headphone Out
No
ALT I/O
AUX Output - 1 Phono unbalanced
Link Input/Output
9-pin serial
Impedance
Input:
Mic - 19-600 ohm, 1.4k ohm actual, -14dBV clipping
Output:
Line - .5k ohm, 300 ohm actual, +24dBV clipping
Mic - .600 ohm, 3 ohm, -18dBV clipping
Aux - .10k ohm, 1.5k ohm, +14dBV clipping
Gain
Low-impedance mic input 150 ohms:
Line - 80dB
Mic - 40dB
Aux - 68dB
Hum & Noise
150 ohm source; through 22Hz - 22kHz filter:
Equivalent Input Hum and Noise: -123dBV max., -125dBV typical
Frequency Response
Rated @ 1kHz, channel controls centered:
50Hz to 20kHz +2dB; -3dB corner @ 25Hz
Distortion
< 0.1% @ +4 dBu output level, 50Hz to 20kHz
Metering
7-segment peak LED meter
Control Voltage Out
No
Phantom Power
12 VDC
Operating Temperature
Operating: -7 to 49 degrees C (20 to 120 degrees F)
Storage: -29 to 74 degrees C (-20 to 165 degrees F)
Power
100-120 Vac rated nominal, 50/60 Hz, 100mA (max.)
Dimensions
1.73 x 8.62 x 10.51" (44 x 219 x 267mm) HxWxD
Weight
3.86 lbs (1.75kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight
6.76 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
14.9 x 10.4 x 3.2"

Shure SCM410 Reviews

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if i connect 4 mics, can it allow 2 mics to be ...

if i connect 4 mics, can it allow 2 mics to be 'on' at the same time? (i.e. 2 different talkers), or the 'MaxBus' will strictly limit it to 1 mic at a time only?
Asked by: APJ
The Shure SCM410 allows you to connect and use up to four microphones at the same time.
Answered by: Lisa
Date published: 2019-08-25

Will it cancel noise from ceiling speakers if I ...

Will it cancel noise from ceiling speakers if I have the mx393 omnidirectional microphone?
Asked by: Peter
Thank you for your question. This mixer does not have any noise canceling capabilities. You would need to find the best position for the microphone in the room for the least amount of possible feedback and ambient noise
Answered by: Anthony
Date published: 2019-12-11

Will the mixer automatically set the microphone ...

Will the mixer automatically set the microphone sensitivity? And does it have a limiter?
Asked by: Mateusz
You will have to initially set the mic levels. Then it will open the mic when someone speaks. Yes it has a limiter. A Multi-pin Logic connection provides Mute, Gate and Override remote control options.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2022-08-19

Is it possible to disable the 12v phantom power?

Is it possible to disable the 12v phantom power?
Asked by: David
Yes. There are 4 numbered DIP switches on the back of the unit. To disengage the phantom power, simply flip the right-most switch numbered &quot;4&quot; into the down position, and the phantom power will turn off.
Answered by: Product Expert
Date published: 2018-12-20

question

My mics need 48v phantom power. I dont see that in the specs? Can it supply or not?
Asked by: Scott
I use this mixer with an Audio Technica condensor mic. The mic's specs say it requires 48 volt phantom power, but it works fine on the 12 volts from this mixer. I even got an external 48 volt phantom power supply, thinking the mic would sound even better with the full 48V, but it sounds the same with 12 or 48 volts.
Answered by: Jeffrey
Date published: 2022-08-19
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