ART PROMIX 3-Channel Portable Mono Microphone Submixer

ART PROMIX 3-Channel Portable Mono Microphone Submixer with XLR I/O's, Phantom Power and Low Cut Filter

ART PROMIX 3-Channel Portable Mono Microphone Submixer with XLR I/O's, Phantom Power and Low Cut Filter

ART PROMIX 3-Channel Portable Mono Microphone Submixer

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The ART ProMIX is a compact 3-channel microphone mixer designed as an easy, cost effective solution for mixers and preamps with minimal microphone inputs. The ProMIX features 3 microphone inputs with 3-pin XLR female connectors. The mixer is capable of supplying up to 18V phantom power to condenser microphones. A single balanced, XLR male mic-level output is provided. A 1/4" headphone output doubles as an alternate line level output. Low frequency cut off eliminates hun and rumble and level adjustment controls are located on each channel.

3 Microphone Inputs
The ProMIX features 3-microphone channels with balanced 3-pin XLR female connectors.
Balanced Mic Level Output
The main output features a single microphone level 3-pin XLR male output. The Output is also balanced for maximum gain with low noise.
Headphone / AUX Output
The headphone output features a 1/4" phone connection and doubles as a secondary (unbalanced) line level output.
Phantom Power
The ProMix is capable of providing 12V phantom power with the supplied AC adapter, 18V phantom is provided when using 9-Volt batteries.
AC & Battery Operated
The mixer is designed to operate with the included 12V DC power supply or a pair of 9-Volt alkaline batteries.
Low-Cut Filter Switches
Low cut filter switches eliminate noise caused hum and rumble.
UPC: 840402014225
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ART PROMIX 3-Channel Portable Mono Microphone Submixer with XLR I/O's, Phantom Power and Low Cut Filter
  • 12V DC Power Supply
  • 90 Day Warranty
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    ART ProMIX specs

    Input Connections Channel 1-3: 3-pin XLR Female mic level
    Output Connectors 3-pin XLR Male mic level
    Headphone / AUX Output: 1/4" Phone line level
    Max Input/Output Gain Input & Output: 600 ohms
    Signal-to-Noise Ratio not specified by manufacturer
    Phantom Power 18V Phantom Power
    AC Power Requirements AC Power: 12V DC
    Battery: 2x 9V Alkaline
    Dimensions 5.625 x 3.75 x 1.75" (143 x 92 x 45mm) (WxDxH)
    Weight 1.5 lb (680 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.85 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 14.173 x 6.929 x 1.969"

    ART ProMIX reviews

    PROMIX 3-Channel Portable Mono Microphone Submixer is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 8.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Thing, Small Package These ART mixers are extremely well-built and a great solution for those times when I have more mics than mike inputs. Each of the three inputs of the PROMIX has DIP switches to engage the low cut filter and phantom power as needed. Consequently, while the front panel is utilitarian, the rear panel options gave me features above and beyond what other inexpensive mixers have, in a size that could be Velcroed to the back of a pro camera. While I didn't need this feature, the unit will also run on 9v batteries for location recording. A word of caution: ART offers several variations of this type of mixer, so be sure to order the correct one for your application.
    Date published: 2011-04-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exactly what I needed Due to monitor board channel limitations I needed to sum two vocal microphones so that I was able to sing primarily into my main mic as well as sing occasionally into another mic located near an on stage keyboard. My main mic is a condenser, and the second mic a dynamic. This unit works perfectly as I can send phantom power only to the mic requiring it, and the level controls help me ensure I'm sending a balanced level from each mic. Keep in mind that this unit can provide a very hot signal, and the controls are very sensitive. I'm running each mic's level control at about 9 o'clock. As with every piece of ART gear I own, this is built very solidly. I have no concerns about reliability, which is important for a weekly gigging musician. Fidelity is excellent. I'm monitoring through some very high end in ear monitors and there's no detectable coloration or degradation of signal. Extremely pleased!
    Date published: 2010-11-29
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Low noise, works great There was no discernible hum or hiss with the mixer and battery vs. plug in power was the same. The mixer function works great. The clip indicator is not of much use because it is very dim with low but unacceptable levels of clipping. I could hear the distortion before I could see the clip indicator.The batter power is provided by 2 9-volt batteries that require a screwdriver to change. One complaint is that both battery clips were defective (contact was loose on the + terminal. The hassle/time/cost of repairing was less for me that replacing, but beware.
    Date published: 2012-07-13
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from It Failed!!!!!! I purchased this mixer a few days ago 06/09/11. It worked fine when I tested it at home.The next time I attempted to use it (1 days later) was at the recording session. It wouldn't come on. I tried sveral outlets with no success I tried using a brand new 9 volt battery,this was no solution. I'm very displeased with this product. Well... I guess you get what you pay for.
    Date published: 2011-06-11
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Aux output hums This mixer has a great feature set and form factor but produced a hum when connected to a laptop.
    Date published: 2011-04-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Value for the Money Well made. Heavy metal construction. Very clean, simple to use. Does a professional job on the cheap. I use it on location for quick mix of interviews. Lightweight and compact. Excellent tool.
    Date published: 2010-12-19
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great tool! Small mixer with vary basic features, however it serves perfect the purpose of adding more mic channels to an existing sound installation.
    Date published: 2011-05-25
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good, not perfect I bought this for an acoustic duo, we have 1 mic, guitar and clarinet so for many gigs a very simple 3-channel mixer is ideal and this can be strapped to the microphone stand. We use an LD systems Maui5 PA, one of those compact column arrays that sits behind the performers so you get good monitoring and doing your own level mix at the mic is ideal. The PA, mic (SM58) and our instrument pickups give great flat quality so eq not needed. We put the instruments through a 2-channel DI box to give the balanced XLR inputs. Some attenuation needed on the DI. So this solves our need for the most compact simple PA for cafe and pub gigs, we use a bigger mixer if we need more channels. No noticeable difference in sound compared to plugging straight in to the PA's own mixer (which doesn't have enough channels for us). Problems are: The instructions say plug the output from this into a microphone input on your PA or whatever, that's rubbish. On the built-in balanced mic input of the PA we had a load of noise and way too much gain. On the normal line input (mixer output) it's fine, luckily ours is balanced. Plugging into a mixer it's similar, you need to use the line inputs. The guitar/DI/Promix combination is a bit noisy, and loud, if you turn it up too high. 20db attenuation on the DI box seemed to make the noise go away and get a reasonable balance with the microphone. But with most mixers that all works fine so it feels like the Prosound is a bit weak there. And the battery compartment is cheap and fiddly, other products have more professional battery arrangements. But it is good having battery power, so the only mains power we use is to the PA amp itself with a single XLR cable from the performers back to the PA So it does the job and we now have a really simple setup for travelling and working in small spaces with the ability to control the mix at the mic. And I expect the Promix will be handy for adding channels to our bigger mixer too.
    Date published: 2016-02-03
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